Feminism could play an important role in bringing back the A-T understanding of nature. The main competitor to this view is a mechanist view- and the mechanist view of things is fundamentally and naturally male. The love of machines is so deeply and naturally ingrained in males that it’s even been observed in male monkeys. The exact findings of the trial are telling: monkeys were given mechanical and non-mechanical toys, and while the females played with all the toys indifferently, the males treated the non-mechanical toys as though they didn’t exist. My kids act exactly the same way: most of what enters my son’s consciousness is either a machine or related to it; my daughter plays with cars then puts them down and wanders off to something else. The female consciousness is more proportioned to the understanding of nature: it is not opposed to using mechanist conceptions of nature, but it is also not prone to treating the non-mechanical as though it did not exist.
Related to this, A-T could benefit from female consciousness in the philosophy of religion too. One of the dominant theories of the genesis of religion is the “agent detection” theory, which claims human beings are prone to attribute personal agency to phenomena. So far as this is seen as a critique, it is the critique of a bunch of men left alone in a room. Who else would say that, when we really get to the bottom of things, we will see that there are no personal interactions, but only mechanical ones?