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A Girl's Guide to Guns and Monsters - download pdf or read online

Brilliant, unique sci-fi and delusion tales that includes courageous and impressive heroines

13 city and paranormal stories of sturdy ladies, armed with guns they aren't afraid to take advantage of, in addition to fists and ft of fury, who face monsters and undesirable guys-and usually are not above rescuing males within the procedure.

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ForSchopenhauer, women exist for the propagation of the species. In addition, marriage is a woman's only access to all the good things of the earth-which are possessed by men. Mill, Putnam, and Gilman, interestingly enough, also recognize this economic fact. Mill, rejecting the rightfulness of men's ownership of these things, suggests that, with the sexes' natural attraction to one another, each has about the same natural interest in their relationship. de Beauvoir, too, argues that the relation between men and women is most natural and just as important to each.

With Schopenhauer, Santayana, and Kant, it becomes necessary to ask whether the friendship is to be with other women or with men. Where Schopenhauer and Kant see a fundamental rivalry among women, Santayana sees the possibility of friendship-a friendship, based on mutual understanding, rendered impossible between women and men by the great difference between their understandings. Political Rights and Responsibilities Should Women Vote and Rule? READINGS Plato, The Republic The Laws Montaigne, "Of the Affection of Fathers for Their Children" "Of Three Kinds of Association" Spinoza, Tractatus Politicus Montesquieu, The Spirit of Laws Voltaire, "Women" Diderot, "Woman" ("Wife") Rousseau, "On Women" Condorcet, On the Admission of Women to the Rights of Citizenship Letters from a Dweller in New Heaven to a Citizen of Virginia Wollstonecraft, Vindication of the Rights of Woman Kant, Philosophy of Law Fichte, The Science of Rights Hegel, Philosophy of Right Comte, System of Positive Philosophy Mill, The Subjection of Women Ossoli, Woman in the Nineteenth Century Mott, "Discourse on Woman" Lenin, "The Tasks of the Working Women's Movement in the Soviet Republic" James, Review 36 Visions of Women Weininger, Sex and Character Spencer, Woman's Share in Social Culture Gilman, The Man-Made World Discussion Montaigne, Spinoza, Kant, Fichte, Hegel, Comte, and Weininger deny political rights to women.

Diderot, "Woman" ["Woman (Ethics)"] Kant, Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View Fichte, The Science of Rights Hegel, Philosophy of Right Schopenhauer, "On Women" "Position, or a Man's Place in the Estimation of Others" Mill, The Subjection of Women Putnam, The Lady Goldman, "The Traffic in Women" Gilman, Women and Economics Santayana, The Life of Reason Russell, Marriage and Morals de Beauvoir, The Second Sex Discussion Diderot, Kant, Fichte, Hegel, Schopenhauer, and Santayana answer this question in the affirmative, as do Putman, Goldman, and Gilman, but the latter with qualifications.

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