Man Superior to Woman
Mans Natural Right of
by a Gentleman, London 1739
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|Dedication to the
||p. 1 - 8|
|Chapter 1||Whether the Superiority of the Men over the Women be not founded on something more solid than Custom and Prejudice||pp. 8 - 14|
|Chapter 2||In what Esteem the Women are
held by the Men, and how justly.
||pp. 15 - 25|
|Chapter 3||Whether Women are equal to Men
in their intellectual Capacity, or not.
||pp. 26 - 33|
|Chapter 4||Whether the Women are equally
qualified with Men for Government and Public Office
||pp. 34 - 46|
|Chapter 5||What Capacity the Women have
||pp. 47 - 57|
|Chapter 6||Whether Women are naturally
qualified for Military Offices, or not?
||pp. 58 - 64|
||pp. 64 - 74|
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