Nature, woman, and the art of politics
This impressive collection of previously unpublished essays examines the relationship between competing conceptions of nature and woman. By looking historically and comprehensively at the problems and questions associated with human thinking about nature and woman, the contributors strive to gain the proper vantage point from which to assess modern virtues and vices.
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