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To him, men were above women. He believed that the man did not need the man, and still the woman needed the man. He thought that "the educations of men and women must be different because they are different." Mary Wollstonecraft, a feminist, expressed an opinion much different than. She understood that from birth, a woman was educated in how she should act...
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She understood that from birth, a woman was educated in how she should act. She thought that men paid attention to the wrong qualities in women. She wanted for women to be able to show more than their femininity. To her, women were resilient and capable of caring for themselves. Rousseau and Wollstonecraft explained what they considered to be the socially satisfactory behavior for women, yet both opinions were opposing...
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