"You can't be transgender and not know that there is a crack in everything."
Sophie-Grace Chappell is an eminent Professor of Philosophy at the Open University, who writes about ethics, politics, feminism and epistemology. She is known for her criticism of contemporary moral philosophy's attempts to garner a monopoly on truth. Her upcoming book is Trans Figured: How To Survive As A Transgender Person In A Cisgender World.
Chappell also writes poetry, and is the UK's first openly transgender academic philosopher, an experience she has written about for Aeon and The Lovepost.
On Knowing What To Do: "an inspiring expression of an ethical vision with deep historical roots and urgent contemporary relevance... an ethical exemplar." The Times Literary Supplement
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