Item P0114-11-0009 - Can Feminism be a Humanism?

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Can Feminism be a Humanism?

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Sr. Prudence Allen

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  • October 31, 1997 (creation)

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1 Compact cassette

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Recording of a lecture hold by Sr. Prudence Allen at the annual symposium of the Canadian Jacques Maritain Association at St Paul University in Ottawa on October 31, 1997. This lecture, entitled "Can Feminism be a Humanism", but also mentioned under the title "Glassmacher Lecture", has as topic the question of women in history of western philosophy, presenting different forms of humanism and feminism.

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Place of production, distribution : [Ottawa].

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