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The Resource Auguste Comte and John Stuart Mill on sexual equality : historical, methodological and philosophical issues, by Vincent Guillin, (electronic resource)

Auguste Comte and John Stuart Mill on sexual equality : historical, methodological and philosophical issues, by Vincent Guillin, (electronic resource)

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Auguste Comte and John Stuart Mill on sexual equality : historical, methodological and philosophical issues
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Auguste Comte and John Stuart Mill on sexual equality
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historical, methodological and philosophical issues
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by Vincent Guillin
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eng
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index present
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non fiction
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Studies in the history of political thought,
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v. 1
Auguste Comte and John Stuart Mill on sexual equality : historical, methodological and philosophical issues, by Vincent Guillin, (electronic resource)
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Auguste Comte and John Stuart Mill on sexual equality : historical, methodological and philosophical issues, by Vincent Guillin, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
Contents
Introduction -- Comte and Mill on sexual equality : context and problems -- The female brain and the subjection of women : biology, phrenology and sexual equality -- The phrenological controversy -- The explanation of moral phenomena : Comte and Mill on the architectonics of the moral sciences -- A never ending subjection? : Comte, Mill, and the sociological argument against sexual equality -- The ethological fiasco : the methodological shortcomings of the Millian science of the formation of character -- How to discover one's nature : Mill's argument for emancipation in the Subjection of women -- Conclusion
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xii, 367 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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