Cherchez la Femme, or, The Nanny's Revenge

Berger, Peter L.
January 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1995, Issue 49, p15
Comments on the lack of adequate representation to the cultural contributions of women and suggests the possibility that many alleged intellectual or artistic creations by male were stolen from women. Views on the feminist explanation that women have been kept from achieving by their male oppressors; Benefits of the Rainbow Canon Project (RCP) initiated by the National Endowment for Feminine Huwymynities to women authors; Efforts of the RCP task force to compile a series of hypotheses about the role of women behind the success of several great male philosophers.


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