Why did men find it necessary to exclude women from politics in the first place? Was it social or religious ideology?
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My intention is to highlight the state of insanity that supported and in some cases still support the ideology of the ruling class. It is by no means limited to race as all cultures are patriarchal. If the pursuit of man is civility why hold on to th
"If the pursuit of man is civility." . . . "man, or humanity." And I see civility - even civilization - as a mere stage in human development. Civilization brings war and tyranny. I hope we people outgrow it soon, and move on to better things.
Men have been civil, Man will never be because it is not in our nature to be entirely so. Just look how hard one side of our political spectrum is pushing to take us back to a society based on the social and economic standards of the 1800s.
I think we agree overall, but I use a different language. I hear MintInfo and My Esoteric using the language of society, rights, and politics. I use the language of the collective unconscious and the evolution of consciousness.
I use a language that pple with a spacific ideology might undrstnd bcause they think that they r at the pinnacle of human dvlopment. I will bear witness that there is a religuous institution in every community but it's only so through indoctrination
My intention of asking the question was to try and understand the grand stalwart of exclsion, the Catholic church. It seems that either god is a discriminator or men simply do not understand his gospel.
While the Catholic church is certainly guilty of such sins, it is quite liberal today when compared to many Protestant faiths. Regardless, the church is only one of the sources of such discrimination.
Back then? Women in the US were given the right to vote in general elections in 1920. Hardly ancient times.