"Femininity," "masculinity," and "androgyny": A Modern Philosophical Discussion
Rowman & Littlefield, 1982 - Psychology - 326 pages
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The Feminine as a Universal
Nature Nurture Both
The Argument from Nature
Masculinity Femininity and the Philosophy of Mind
Or Neither? Is the Debate Resolvable?
Two Forms of Androgynism
Is Androgyny the Answer to Sexual Stereotyping?
Are Androgyny and Sexuality Compatible?
A Response to Mary Anne Warren
Views From The History of Philosophy
Sex Roles and the Sexual Division of Labor
The Obligations of Mothers and Fathers
Femininity Resistance and Sabotage
The Political Epistemology of Masculine and Feminine
How to Deal with the Data
Part IV A Psychological Androgyny
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