10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GYNECOCRACIES»
Discover the use of gynecocracies
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to gynecocracies
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Tradition and Revolution
Nations are associated with female terminology – Motherland, for example – and
therefore 'attributed to the Great Mother in ancient plebeian gynecocracies and in
societies that ignored the virile and political principle of the imperium'.
Eros and the Mysteries of Love: The Metaphysics of Sex
... and absolutes which make way for Demeter as gynecocracies (not necessarily
in the form of social sovereignty by woman but, more generally, in the form of a
preeminence of everything linked to her as mother) or those regressions that lead
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Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013
Gay Studies from the French Cultures: Voices from France, ...
... subject.2 Francoise d'Eaubonne brilliantly defends the thesis that an "Amazon
state" did exist, which had nothing to do with matriarchy (a historically outdated
notion), and she reminds us that it is most likely that there were "gynecocracies.
Rommel Mendès-Leite, Pierre-Olivier de Busscher, 1993
The Travels of Mr. John Gulliver, Son to Capt. Lemuel Gulliver
I know that these Gynecocracies were pf a different kind, and that the women
abovemention'd exercis'd their authority variously. However, we may infer in
general from thence • that it is no new, or ridiculous thing, for men to submit to a
Desfontaines (M. l'abbé, Pierre-François Guyot), Jean Gulliver, 1731
Enlightenment Political Thought and Non-Western Societies: ...
Indeed Lafitau asserts that Indian governments, in addition to the nominal
monarchy of the chiefs and the more substantially aristocratic rule ofthe councils,
can be described in part as “gynecocracies” (Customs I, 287; cf. I, 337).51
Frederick G. Whelan, 2009
Three Plays by Aristophanes: Staging Women
Aristophanes' comic gynecocracies put male fantasies of feminism (often
intersecting with those of myth, tragic drama and Platonic idealism) into sharp
and disturbing focus, using women and gender politics to stage a variety of
Jeffrey Henderson, William Goodwin Aurelio Professor of Greek Language and Literature Jeffrey Henderson, 2010
Natural Law and Human Dignity
This is the beginning of the most refined of gynecocracies, one in which "the
silent power of Aphroditism does not so much affirm itself in juridical forms as in
the domination of all of existence" (Preface to Maternal Law). Bachofen goes well
Science-fiction: The Gernsback Years : a Complete Coverage ...
Very low social position: 1073. Women, extinct or almost so. (See also Last man/
woman.) 475, 887, 1362 (impending). Women, femmes fatales. 335, 455, 664,
684, 869, 1752. Women, feral. 1440, 1669. Women, matriarchies, gynecocracies.
Everett Franklin Bleiler, 1998
... the relative dominance of women within these central Asian societies gave rise
to the perception, from afar, that they were gynecocracies. They were thus duly
termed "Kingdoms of Women." On the other hand, these women's spouses, the ...