Reading Kierkegaard’s Absent Women

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Misogynistic or traditionalist views of women lurk in the background of many a philosopher in the Western tradition. For Søren Kierkegaard, a blend of such views sits right at the heart of his philosophical project: how to become a self in the fullest sense. The centrality of an archaic and unjust view of women to […]

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