Summary of "The Subjection of Women" by Mill
The Subjection of Women has both detailed argumentation and passion in Mill's bitter opposition to the social and legal inequalities commonly imposed on women by a Patriarchal culture. Mill presents the practical difficulty of arguing against the opinion men are presumed to be naturally superiority to women. Mill compares, the domination of men over women to the slavery, which is nothing more than the display or physical power.
Mill continues to argue that physical force, as the means of obtaining and maintaining control over other human beings, has been rejected in ever…
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