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Sometimes, our knowledge of a cultural symbolism can be the thing that makes that object carry that meaning for us. She said of herself, "I am neither Jew nor Gentile, Mahomedan nor Theist: I am but a member of the human family." Each of these learned humanists was also an uomo universale, a universally learned and interested person. People don’t readily join organisations any more, whether political, religious or what. What you *really* should be fighting for is the specific study of men’s woes, which is really about a liberation of emotions and not always having to prove they’re the ‘best’, especially over women (“I lost to a girl, wah wah wah”). “Feminism is a specific term that’s oriented towards the issues of women’s rights.

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Publisher: Prudential Press, Inc. (1979)

ISBN: 0912650028

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