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    Evolutionary Theory in the Social Philosophy of Charlotte Perkins Gilman.Maureen L. Egan - 1989 - Hypatia 4 (1):102 - 119.
    This paper examines Charlotte Perkins Gilman's connection with the evolutionist ideas of late nineteenth century Reform Darwinism. It focuses on the assumptions that her language and use of metaphor reveal, and upon her vision of human social evolution as a melioristic process through which the equality of the sexes must finally emerge.
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    Greek Philosophy.Maureen L. Egan - 1984 - Teaching Philosophy 7 (1):86-87.
  3. Philosophy for Children: A New Inservice Option.Glen A. Ebisch & Maureen L. Egan - 1983 - Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis 4 (2).
    For the past year we have been introducing teachers in western Massachusetts to Philosophy for Children by means of letters, bulletins, and informational demonstrations. Occasionally we find that a number of teachers in a given school district are interested in the idea, but they may not want to commit themselves to the time and expense of taking a course for college credit. A useful alternative, at least in Massachusetts, has been for the teachers to apply to the state for funding (...)
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