Existentialism and Gender Equality Interpretation in the «Second Sex» by s. De Beauvoir

O. P. Vlasova


The article presents the analysis of the contradictory interrelation between existentialism and feminism in the «Second Sex» by S. de Beauvoir as the epoch-making book in the history of feminism.


gender equality; sex; existentialism; «the Other»; determinism; femininity; unstability


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