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Signifying woman : culture and chaos in Rousseau, Burke, and Mill /

Linda M.G. Zerilli.

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Main Author: Zerilli, Linda M. G.
Published: Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1994.
Series: Contestations.
Topics: Feminist theory. | Feminist theory - Political aspects. | Political science - History. | Women in public life. | Frau | Frau | Frauenbild | Politische Philosophie | Politische Theorie | Frau. | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority Studies | PHILOSOPHY / Political | Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778. | Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. | Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873. | Burke, Edmund 1729-1797 | Mill, John Stuart 1806-1873 | Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 1712-1778 | Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. | Burke, Edmund (Politiker) | Mill, John Stuart.
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505 0 |a1. Political Theory as a Signifying Practice -- 2. "Une Maitresse Imperieuse": Woman in Rousseau's Semiotic Republic. The Maternal Voice. The Field of Female Voice and Vision. Making a Man. The Semiotic Republic -- 3. The "Furies of Hell": Woman in Burke's "French Revolution" Terror and Delight. Burke's Reflections as Self-Reflections. Breaking the Code. The Furies at Versailles -- Postscript: The Maternal Republic -- 4. The "Innocent Magdalen": Woman in Mill's Symbolic Economy. Political Economy of the Body. Political Economy of the Female Body. Angel in the House. Angel out of the House. The Innocent Magdalen -- 5. Resignifying the Woman Question in Political Theory.
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