Margaret Fuller: Apple as Apple, Woman as Woman

Are you sometimes drawn against feminism, presuming it declares equality and sameness between the sexes? Fuller in Context Listen then in this series of feminist philosophers to the American feminist Margaret Fuller who wrote Woman in the Nineteenth Century in 1844. Fuller was a Christian feminist. (Can these exist? Yes they can, did and do exist. She is for instance... Continue Reading →

Belle van Zuylen (Isabelle de Charrière) : “I have no talent for subordination” 1

Dutch feminist philosopher, writer, composer (Zuilen NL, 20-10-1740 - Colombier CH 27-12-1805)   Portret by Maurice Quentin de La Tour (1771) Castle There is a castle in Zuylen, near Utrecht in the Netherlands. In that castle lived Belle van Zuylen untill she was fourteen. Later she moved to Colombier near Neuchâtel in Switserland. At home she had private lessons in... Continue Reading →

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