The Responsibility of Men for the Oppression of Women

Journal of Applied Philosophy 2 (2):217-229 (1985)

Abstract

There can be little sense to claims that living men are responsible for the oppression of women in the past, or that men who have not oppressed women still bear responsibility for such oppression.

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