Response to Hubbards Science, Facts, and Feminism
When writing a response to Hubbards essay, the student must first select one claim made by Hubbard in her essay. The response must include what the claim means to the reader. The response must also include a statement of agreement, disagreement, confusion, ect and support of this statement. The last part of the response should articulate what the statement says about your assumptions about truth and knowledge making.