The Flight from Woman

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1965 - Knowledge, Theory of - 310 pages
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User Review  - Wil Roese - Goodreads

The book starts off well enough with the division of epistemology into a analytical form with the author calls masculine and an intuitive form he calls feminine. He than tries to show the abandonment ... Read full review

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User Review  - Matthew Reed - Goodreads

I've only read the essay on Count Tolstoy, but it was very very interesting. Stern is awesome. (Another Fr. Thomas recommendation). Read full review


one Introduction
two Womanhood
three Scientific Knowledge

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