What Aquinas Never Said About Women

Nolan, Michael
November 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1998, Issue 87, p11
Opinion. Looks at claims made by Italian Dominican monk, theologian and philosopher Thomas Aquinas pertaining to feminist literature. Details on Greek philosopher Aristotle's account of reproduction; Conclusions made by Aristotle on the female reproductive substance; Claims made by Aristotle, which stated that females are defective.


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