4 edition of An illusion of equal rights found in the catalog.
An illusion of equal rights
G. V. MalК№tНЎsev
|Statement||Gennady Maltsev ; [translated from the Russian by Frances Longman].|
|Series||Imperialism--acts, facts, and records, Imperializm--sobytii͡a, fakty, dokumenty ("Progress" (Firm))|
|LC Classifications||JC575 .M3413 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||299 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||84253480|
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We are all equal in the eyes of God and our bond to the Laws of Nature and Creation. After that however, any of these sort of “humanist” notions of equal intellect or equal creative potential, or equal anything else on the level of individuals or collective groups is purely an illusion. The Free Will Illusion.
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How do "no-fault," "gender-neutral" divorce reforms actually harm the lives of women and children they are designed to protect. Focusing on the language and symbols of reform, Martha Fineman argues that by advocating measures based on equality of treatment rather than of outcome, liberal feminists disregarded the socioeconomic factors that simultaneously place women at a disadvantage in the.
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Like Liberalism is a Sin (by Fr. Felix Sarda y Salvany), Veuillot’s book exposes Liberalism and Liberal Catholicism (so-called) for what it is – an illusion and a false solution. The book will sound eerily timely and some of the predictions Veuillot made have indeed come to pass, sadly.
The Equality Illusion: The Truth about Women and Men Today, by Kat Banyard, is a passionate and urgent new voice that will reclaim feminism for a new generation. About the Author Kat Banyard was born in and is the founder of FEM Conferences, an acclaimed series of national feminist conferences.4/5(50).
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The Equality Illusion, subtitled The Truth About Women & Men Today, aims to blow away the myth that feminism’s work is over, and gender equality has been achieved.
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