Beyond feminism: towards a dialogue on difference

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The Catholic University of America Press, 1995 - Philosophy - 203 pages
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"Opens up a new conversation between the sexes basedon the recognition that neither is superior to the other, thateach is profoundly different, and that, although each person strives for autonomy, a 'vital interdependence' is unavoidable".

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Murphy (law, Duquesne) begins with a brief history of patriarchal attitudes toward women, but claims that men, of whom more is required, have had a harder time of it. He appears to have little ... Read full review

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Sexual Oppression and Personal Freedom
1
Reason and Gender
44
Public and Private
89
Copyright

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Murphy taught international law at Duquesne University.

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