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Women and men

By: Wheelwright, Jane Hollister
Material type: TextTextSan Francisco C.G. Jung Inst. of San Francisco c1978Description: 20pContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Feminine principle | Femininity | Feminism | United StatesAbstract: 'I ask myself whether many of today's women, in their struggle to free themselves from male domination, are not making the mistake of denying their own female natures. Have they perhaps ended up buying, hook, line and sinker, the patriarchal culture's attitude of condescension toward the female?' --p. 20
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'Talk given by Jane Wheelwright to the APC of SF on 14 January 1977.'

'I ask myself whether many of today's women, in their struggle to free themselves from male domination, are not making the mistake of denying their own female natures. Have they perhaps ended up buying, hook, line and sinker, the patriarchal culture's attitude of condescension toward the female?' --p. 20

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