Feminizm Johna Stuarta Milla

Barbara Grabowska


J.S. Mill is one of the most important figures in the 19th century feminism movement. He called for the suffrage for women and allowing them into all occupations and positions on the basis of free competition as well as a better protection of the rights of wives (including the possibility of seeking divorce). He believed that such solutions would bring measurable benefits for society, and above all, would make it more just. He pointed out the necessity of remodeling the traditional model of family, so that every family member should be treated equally and fairly. Thanks to it the family would be a school of justice. This postulate of Mill is still valid nowadays.

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J.S. Mill; feminism; justice; equality; gender equality

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