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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Feminism 1141474Collier's New Encyclopedia — Feminism FEMINISM, a term, supposed to have originated in France in 1890
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  • and Political Subjects  (1792)  by Mary Wollstonecraft Table of Contents 73327A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Moral and
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  • simply to offer a criticism on the theory and practice of what is known as Modern Feminism. By Modern Feminism I understand a certain attitude of mind towards
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  • Feminism for Men by Floyd Dell 379534Feminism for MenFloyd Dell § 1. THE EMANCIPATION OF MAN      Feminism is going to make it possible for the
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  • take place. Modern Feminism rose slowly above the horizon. Modern Feminism has two distinct sides to it: (1) an articulate political and economic side embracing
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  • of Modern Feminism in one of its main practical aspects—namely, the placing of the female sex in the position of privilege, advantage and immunity—is
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  • Feminism, or, as it is sometimes called, the emancipation of woman, as we know it in the present day, may be justifiably indicted as a gigantic fraud—a
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  • National Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality and Another v Minister of Justice and Others by Albie Sachs Concurring judgment of Justice Sachs
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  • Modern Feminism which, although commonly found together, are nevertheless intrinsically distinguishable. The first I have termed Sentimental Feminism and the
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  • Woman (Kate Austin) (category Feminism)
    writers, artists, and inventors, man leads the list in point of numbers but in quality there are not a few woman who stand on an equality with man. As a
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  • While what we have termed Political Feminism vehemently asserts its favourite dogma, the intellectual and moral equality of the sexes—that the woman is as
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  • last chapter that Modern Feminism has two sides, the positive, definite, and articulate side, which ostensibly claims equality between the sexes, the chief
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Feminism 1224632The Encyclopedia Americana — Feminism FEMINISM, from the French féminisme, Latin femina, woman: a word
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  • powerful argument for anti-Feminism. On Mr Ward's own showing, we find that incontestible superiority, both in size and power of body and brain, has manifested
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  • already pointed out that Modern Feminism has two sides or aspects. The first formulates definite political, juridical and economic demands on the grounds
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  • Enfranchisement of women (category Feminism)
    enfranchisement of women; their admission, in law and in fact, to equality in all rights, political, civil and social, with the male citizens of the community
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  • The Subjection of Women (category Feminism)
    wrong itself, and now one of the chief hindrances to human improvement; and that it ought to be replaced by a principle of perfect equality, admitting no
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  • refuse the masculine mythology which has gathered round motherhood. ^6  Feminism & Sex Antagonism, by Walter Heape, F.R.S., F.Z.S., London, Constable, 1913
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  • anti-feminism became in the long run the fixed pole about which gravitated his entire system of social and ethical thought. His campaign against feminism,
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  • marginalising and oppressing those whose relationships are less traditional in form. See also Cheshire Calhoun Feminism, the Family, and the Politics of
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