Donna Haraway stresses that to see from the standpoint of the subjugated is not unproblematic. Her concept of situated knowledge, knowledge which is partial and locatable rather than transcendent, follows from her sense that feminism demands some concept of objective knowledge. Hence her stress on vision and positioning - not 'the view from above but the partial views and halting voices' are important.

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