Public Man, Private Woman
Princeton University Press / 1993-3-8出版
试读 / 购买 打开App查看

Focusing on the Western philosophical tradition and the work of contemporary feminists, Jean Elshtain explores the general tendency to assert the primacy of the public world - the political sphere dominated by men - and to denigrate the private world - the familial sphere dominated by women. She offers her own positive reconstruction of the public and the private in a feminist theory that reaffirms the importance of the family and envisions an 'ethical polity'.