The Subjection of Women (Paperback)

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John Stuart Mill was a child prodigy who, in adulthood, embraced social change, advocating the abolition of slavery, votes for the working class, and total, absolute gender equality 'The Subjection of Women' is a wonderfully rational destruction of the arguments advanced in favour of male dominance. Mill dissects concepts such as Marriage, Employment, and the 'General Good', proving that women are not the 'naturally' weaker sex. In politics, the arts, science and a host of other roles, women have shown themselves equal to men. It is the social environment that lowers female aspirations, teaching them to accept a submissive, 'feminine' role.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781491047255
ISBN-10: 1491047259
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: July 20th, 2013
Pages: 98
Language: English