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His religion and hers : a study of the faith of our fathers and the work of our mothers

Author: Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Publisher: Walnut Creek, CA : AltaMira Press, ©2003.
Series: Classics in gender studies.
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"Charlotte Perkins Gilman's His Religion and Hers is a brave critique of organized religion and the consequences of a male-constructed religion on everyday life. She suggests that through the development of secular ethics, religion can be directed not to the anticipation of a mythical afterlife but instead to the transformation of the present. Courageously questioning why 'neither religion morality nor ethics has  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charlotte Perkins Gilman
ISBN: 0759103860 9780759103863 0759103879 9780759103870
OCLC Number: 52963285
Notes: Originally published: New York : Century, 1923.
Description: xxx, 300 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: The two beyonds --
Suggested causes --
Sex characters and race characters --
The power and the purpose of women --
Behavior, conscious and unconscious --
Morals and conduct --
Ethics and conduct --
Philosophy and conduct --
Religion and conduct --
The natural beginning of an unnatural relation --
Tendencies and results of his religion --
Natural development and effects of her religion --
His and her religion and economics --
Hope and power.
Series Title: Classics in gender studies.
Responsibility: Charlotte Perkins Gilman ; with an introduction by Michael S. Kimmel.

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Focuses on religion and the influence of gender. This title demonstrates the ways in which a male driven ideology has produced a religion focused on death, discouraging any attention to the  Read more...

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