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five HUMAN STORIES: WOLLSTONECRAFT, MILL, AND THE LITERATURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

pp. 204-248
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five HUMAN STORIES: WOLLSTONECRAFT, MILL, AND THE LITERATURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

pp. 204-248 (45 pages)
DOI: 10.2307/j.ctt1kft8kh.9 https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt1kft8kh.9
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  1. Womens rights
  2. Feminism
  3. Subjection
  4. Feminist literary theory
  5. Autobiographies
  6. Women
  7. Womens suffrage movements
  8. Morality
  9. Feminist philosophy
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Wollstonecraft, Mill, and Women's Human Rights

EILEEN HUNT BOTTING
Copyright: 2016 Publisher: Yale University Press

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter (pp. i-iv)
  2. Table of Contents (pp. v-vi)
  3. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (pp. vii-viii)
  4. INTRODUCTION: WOMEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS AS INTEGRAL TO UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS (pp. 1-25)
  5. one A PHILOSOPHICAL GENEALOGY OF WOMEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS (pp. 26-69)
  6. two FOUNDATIONS OF UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS: WOLLSTONECRAFT’S RATIONAL THEOLOGY AND MILL’S LIBERAL UTILITARIANISM (pp. 70-115)
  7. three THEORIES OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: WOLLSTONECRAFT AND MILL ON SEX, GENDER, AND EDUCATION (pp. 116-154)
  8. four THE PROBLEM OF CULTURAL BIAS: WOLLSTONECRAFT, MILL, AND WESTERN NARRATIVES OF WOMEN’S PROGRESS (pp. 155-203)
  9. five HUMAN STORIES: WOLLSTONECRAFT, MILL, AND THE LITERATURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS (pp. 204-248)
  10. NOTES (pp. 249-292)
  11. INDEX (pp. 293-306)
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