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Focusing on the similarities and differences of three political philosophies - liberalism, feminism and anarchism - by critically examining the liberal feminist writings of John Stuart Mill, Betty Friedan, Simone de Beauvoir and Janet Radcliffe alongside the anarcho-feminism of Emma Goldman, THE POLITICS OF INDIVIDUALISM offers a close investigation of the issues of employment, education, marriage, family and government politics. Finally, feminism as a whole is subjected to a rigorous critique in terms of its overall liberating potential, emerging in a compelling look at "what ought to be - and what could be."
"Brown argues for a new vision of human freedom." - Peace News "An eloquent exploration of the philosophical territory encompassing anarchist, feminist and liberal though...provides a mind-tingling analysis of individualist philosophies." - Kitchener-Waterloo Record "A brisk, neatly argued book tat carves out a compelling version of feminist anarchism." - Literary Review of Canada
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. vii|
|Preface to the First Edition||p. x|
|Anarchist and Liberal Individualism||p. 1|
|Liberalism and Theories of Individualism||p. 10|
|John Stuart Mill on Women: The Existential and Instrumental Aspects of Liberal Possessive Individualism||p. 38|
|Contemporary Liberal Feminism: Existential and Instrumental Individualism Unresolved||p. 62|
|Anarchism as a Political Philosophy of Existential Individualism: Implications for Feminism||p. 106|
|Anarchism, Existentialism and Human Nature||p. 153|
|Beyond Feminism: Anarchism and Human Freedom||p. 181|
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Published: 1st May 2002
Publisher: Black Rose Books
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 15.2 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.408