The Sexual Contract

Author: Carole Pateman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745680356
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In this outstanding new work, she presents a major reinterpretation of modern political theory. She shows how standard discussions of social contract theory tell only half the story.

Rewriting The Sexual Contract

Author: Geoff Dench
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412833318
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This book brings together a wide selection of viewpoints on what is happening to relations between the sexes and the sexual division of labor in contemporary society.

The Contract And Domination

Author: Carole Pateman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745636217
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This iconoclastic book throws the gauntlet down to mainstream white male contract theory. It is vital reading for anyone with an interest in political theory and political philosophy, and the systems of male and racial domination.

Origin Stories In Political Thought

Author: Joanne Harriet Wright
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802088123
Size: 53.24 MB
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The most extensive and influential treatment of the consequences of Hobbes's
origin story for women is Carole Pateman's The Sexual Contract. Pateman,
whose work in contemporary democratic political theory is widely recognized in
Europe, ...

The Sex Contract

Author: Helen E. Fisher
Publisher: William Morrow & Company
ISBN: 9780688015992
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An anthropological study of human sexuality considers the influence of bipedalism on radical changes in female sexuality, which in turn affected the development of the unique human propensity to bond and other behavior patterns

Rejecting Rights

Author: Sonu Bedi
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521518288
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is evident because not only are most clients in the sexual contract men (this is not
merely a “contingent” fact) but also the services desired are sexual in nature.63
Yet, the prostitute's consent would seemingly suffice in other contracts or ...