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According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the artificial weakness that is bred into women? A) A propensity to tyrannize B) The development of cunning, the natural
opponent of strength C) A contemptible, infantine way of acting and speaking D) A chaste and modest deportment
According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the ???artificial weakness??? that is bred into women? A) A ???propensity to tyrannize??
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User: According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the artificial weakness that is bred into women? A) A propensity to tyrannize B) The development of cunning, the natural opponent of strength C) A contemptible, infantine way of acting and speaking D) A chaste and modest deportment

Weegy: According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the ???artificial weakness??? that is bred into women? A) A ???propensity to tyrannize??
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User: According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the “artificial weakness” that is bred into women? A) A “propensity to tyrannize” B) The development of “cunning, the natural opponent of strength” C) A “contemptible, infantine” way of acting and speaking D) A “chaste and modest” deportment

Weegy: According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the ???artificial weakness??? that is bred into women? A) A ???propensity to tyrannize??
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User: According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the artificial weakness that is bred into women? A) A propensity to tyrannize B) The development of cunning, the natural opponent of strength C) A contemptible, infantine way of acting and speaking D) A chaste and modest deportment

Weegy: According to Wollstonecraft, which of the following is not a result of the ???artificial weakness??? that is bred into women? A) A ???propensity to tyrannize??
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in the education of women, Daniel Defoe agrees with Mary Wollstonecraft when he says that the main obstacle preventing women from higher achievement is what?
Weegy: Daniel Defoe agrees with Mary Wollstonecraft when he says that the main obsticle preventing women from higher achievement is women's own lack of self-esteem. User: in the education of women, what logical contradiction does Defoe point out? Weegy: He work is in many respects a defense of the rights of women. [ Defoe recognizes that a woman, in marrying, is trading her freedom for ?Family Cares, the trouble of looking after a Household, the hazard of being subject to the Humours and Passions of a churlish Man, and particularly of being disappointed, and matching with a Tyrant, and a Family-Brute; with still the more apparent hazard of being ruined in Fortune by his Disasters if a Tradesman, by his Immoralities if a Gentleman, and by his Vices if a Rake? (129). By choosing wisely, she will have a better chance of not regretting the giving up of her liberty. ] User: in the education of women, what logical contradiction does Defoe point out? a) men view women as objects, but women objectify men, too. b) men complain of women's foolishness yet prevent their education. c)men seek companionship from women without trying to understand them. d) men claim they want to get along with women, ut they dont undestand them. Weegy: B) Men complain of women?s foolishness yet prevent their education. (More)
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