Combining philosophical rigor with detailed knowledge of a wide range of subjects, Michael Levin presents a thorough examination of feminism as both a theory and as a generator of social policy. His book provides a much-needed counterweight to uncritical feminist scholarship prevalent in so much social science writing. Levin argues that feminists deny that innate sex differences have anything to do with the basic structure of society. He shows how this denial leads feminists to interpret observable differences between male ...

Feminism and Freedom 1987, Routledge, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780887381256

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Feminism and Freedom 1987, Transaction Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780887386701

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