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Simone de Beauvoir's political thinking
As the contributors illustrate, Beauvoir's political thinking proceeds from the bottom up, using examples from individual lives as the basis for understanding and transforming our collective existence. For example, she embraced her responsibility as a French citizen as making her complicit in the French war against Algeria. Here, she sees her role as an oppressor. In other contexts, she looks to the lives of individual women, including herself, to understand the dimensions of gender inequality.
Marso, Lori Jo / Moynagh, Patricia
boek
2006
politieke theorieën / filosofie / moeder dochterrelatie / kolonialisme / oorlog en vrede / Algerije / bundel
Urbana
Aletta
via de website van Aletta.

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