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Women in political theory : from ancient misogyny to contemporary feminism / Diana H. Coole.
Coole, Diana H.
Boulder, Colo. : L. Rienner, c1993.
vi, 273 p. ; 23 cm.
"This book Looks at how misogyny and western political thought were intertwined in their origins and how this relationship has worked itself out through the classic texts of traditional and modern political thory. In this revised edition. the analysis of these texts is accompanied by a new introduction and conclusion which bring the debates on this topic up to date. The concluding chapter examines contemporary feminist theory by discussing pooststructuralist and postmodernist themes, which allows for a reappraisal of the critical perspective..." - Publisher
Includes bibliographical references (p. 254-266) and index.
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The origin of Western thought and the birth of misogyny
Plato and Aristotle : the status of women in the just state
Women in medieval thought : transitions from antiquity to the Renaissance
Hobbes and Locke : natural right against natural authority
Rousseau and Wollstonecraft : female virtue and civic virtue in the liberal state
J.S. Mill : political economist, utilitarian and feminist
Socialism : utopian and feminist
Hegel, Marx and Engels : familial and productive determinants of woman's role
Social Democrats, Bolsheviks and Marxist feminists : Marxism and the woman question
Contemporary feminism : towards postmodernism?
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