Women and Democratic Theory

Dissertation, University of Toronto (Canada) (1980)

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Lynda Lange
University of Toronto at Scarborough
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a defender of material and political equality for all men, who nevertheless attempted to justify the inequality of the sexes. However, his view of the nature of women and the function of the family is conceptually linked to the central values of his political thought
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