古典学派経済思想における女性観<br>The Status of Women in Classical Economic Thought

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古典学派経済思想における女性観
The Status of Women in Classical Economic Thought

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 328 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781840644784
  • DDC分類 330.153082

基本説明

Economists covered include: Poulain de la Barre, John Locke, Montesquieu, Adam Smith, Nicolas and Sophie de Condorcet, Jean-Baptiste Say, John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor Mill, Harriet Martineau, and more.

Full Description

The Status of Women in Classical Economic Thought is the first volume to explore how the classical economists explained the status of women in society. As the essays show, the focus of the classical school was not nearly as limited to the activities of men as conventional wisdom has supposed. The contributors explore their insights and how they illuminate contemporary economic debates regarding women's status.

The classical school specified a number of fundamental research themes which have since dominated how economists approach this topic. A sophisticated response was developed to the question: why is it that in all human societies women have suffered a lower status than that enjoyed by men? Those who theorized on the question are covered here and include: Poulain de la Barre, John Locke, Montesquieu, Adam Smith, Nicolas and Sophie de Condorcet, Jeremy Bentham, Priscilla Wakefield, Jean-Baptiste Say, Nassau Senior, John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor Mill, Harriet Martineau, William Thompson and Anna Wheeler.

Economists interested in the history of their discipline as well as women's studies scholars from history, philosophy and politics will find this an enlightening volume. Non-technical in nature, it will also appeal to anyone interested in how economists have explained the economic and social status of women.

Contents

Contents: 1. Gender Relations and Classical Economics – The Evolution of a Tradition 2. Poulain de la Barre and the Rationalist Analysis of the Status of Women 3. John Locke, Equality of Rights and Diversity of Attributes 4. Biology and Environment: Montesquieu's Relativist Analysis of Gender Behaviour 5. Adam Smith, Stage Theory and the Status of Women 6. Women's Progress and 'the End of History' 7. Condorcet and Equality of the Sexes: One of Many Fronts for a Great Fighter for Liberty of the Eighteenth Century 8. Cultivating Sympathy: Sophie Condorcet's Letters on Sympathy 9. 'Let There be no Distinction Between the Sexes': Jeremy Bentham on the Status of Women 10. An Eighteenth-Century English Feminist Response to Political Economy: Priscilla Wakefield's Reflections (1798) 11. The Market for Virtue: Jean-Baptiste Say on Women in the Economy and Society 12. Women in Nassau Senior's Economic Thought 13. William Thompson and Anna Doyle Wheeler: A Marriage of Minds on Jeremy Bentham's Doorstep 14. Taking Harriet Martineau's Economics Seriously 15. John Stuart Mill, Harriet Taylor and French Social Theory Index