Feminism: Feminism and the Enlightenment

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Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Feminism - 528 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
social disorder and gender crisis
10
Womens work and the family in nineteenthcentury Europe
11
Stabat Mater
20
Aristotle and the politicization of the soul
41
On American feminism
47
John Locke and the attack
55
The second sucks and the feminine mystake
64
Prohibition psychoanalysis and the production of
226
Language and gender
229
Women and equality
235
Mary Wollstonecraft Harriet
268
contemporary rehabilitations of heterosexuality
271
Rethinking sex and gender
287
Femininity missing in action
288
Race gender and the concept of difference in feminist thought
300

The Kingdom of the Fathers
78
patriarchalism and
82
This sex which is not one
101
Genesis fathers and the political liberty of sons
118
Women and consumer capitalism
124
Women and philosophy
130
Women heroines and feminist intellectuals
144
Selections from The Flight to Objectivity
154
Through the lookingglass
163
Womens rights and womens judgment
172
conceptions of the mind in Bacons
173
Women vs the Miss America Pageant
179
The sexual sell
185
The apparitional lesbian
191
Women in revolution 17891796
199
Three womens texts and a critique of imperialism
209
Femininity and its discontents
305
womens narratives
317
a feminist approach
322
religion and the erotic imagination
330
Desperately seeking difference
339
pleasuresexualityfeminism
351
Feminism postmodernism and the critique of modernity
362
Mary Wollstonecraft and the problematic of slavery
371
SahVs letters as
393
women writers on science 17901840
410
The exclusion of women and the structure of knowledge
438
a severe case of displacement?
441
Index
454
developing the ground for a specifically
473
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