The First Sex

The First Sex Elizabeth Gould Davis
  • Title: The First Sex
  • Author: Elizabeth Gould Davis
  • ISBN: 9780140035049
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Elizabeth Gould Davis book THE FIRST SEX is the author s assertion that prehistory was matriarchal and that women are physical, mentally, and morally superior to men Her aim is already questionable, for who would want to say one half of the human race is superior to the other, and her manner of carrying out the argument is ineffective.The problems with the book are manifold, and the difficulty in describing them all lies in where to even start For one, Davis does not appear to have been qualifie [...]

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    2. This book is of a dangerous sort because it has the potential to create two kinds of people, those who radically despise Feminism because it comes off as an agenda built upon the hatred or inferiority of man, and those who believe that is what the Feminist ideal should be As a Feminist, and as a man, I am able to occupy both spheres, and while I may not be able to fully understand the full breadth of the privileges I have that my female compatriots do not have and are striving for, I recognize t [...]

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    3. NO APTO PARA NO FEMINISTAS O FEMINISTAS LIBERALESUno de los cl sicos del feminismo radical, The First Sex analiza la transici n de las sociedades matriarcales al patriarcado, pol micamente conocido por su teor a inicial sobre el origen de los varones el cromosoma Y en una suerte de mutaci n Sin embargo, el libro destaca por su estudio de los matriarcados originales, sus s mbolos, sus rituales y la perversi n de los mismos a la llegada de las hordas patriarcales Pese a ser conocido por ello, el l [...]

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    4. This was good in some aspects but viewed through today s eye the things that stuck out the most were the rampant racist remarks It seemed to insinuate that the whiter or aryan the civilization the CIVILIZED the people were Not true in general and in my experience.

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