The Feminist Critique Of Hegel On Women And The Family

Animus 2:64-92 (1997)

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Antoinette Marie Stafford
Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Various levels of feminist criticism of Hegel's account of woman and family, both contentious and sophisticated, are examined. While finding much that is telling and valid in them, the author finds much that is uncomprehended and much that stands to be learned about the issues in question were the texts allowed to speak for themselves
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