This text argues that feminism is a form of humanism, part of the
legacy of the enlightenment period. It shows how feminism has
opened up new ways of examining humanism, taking major modern
politico-cultural traditions as its focus. It also casts new light
on the contemporary debate between feminists of equality and
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