Emilie du Châtelet's views on the pillars of French society : king, church, and family / Judith P. Zinsser Royalist and radical : Octavie Belot on Rousseau and the social order / Paul Gibbard Performing citizenship : Marie-Madeleine Jodin enacting Diderot's and Rousseau's dramatic and ethical theories / Felicia Gordon Etta Palm D'aelders and Louise Keralio-Robert : feminist controversy during the French Revolution / Alberto Petix and Karen Green Marie-Armande Gacon-Dufour, a radical intellectual at the turn of the nineteenth century / Erica J. Mannucci Legality and morality in the political thought of Elise Reimarus and Immanuel Kant / Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt Italian women intellectuals and their cultural networks : the making of a European life of the mind / Marianna D'Ezio Women's intellectual agency in the history of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French salons / Steven Kale The right to resist : women's citizenship in Catharine Trotter Cockburn's Revolution of Sweden / Elizabeth M.K.A. Sund Catharine Macaulay and Laetitia Barbauld : two eighteenth-century republicans / Karen Green The manly virtues : Macaulay's influence, Wollstonecraft's legacy / Mary Caputi Between Enlightenment, feminism, and abolitionism : Mary Wollstonecraft's thoughts on women and slavery / Jeanette Ehrmann Doing an acceptable service to my country : political thought in Charlotte Brooke's Reliques of Irish poetry / Lesa No Mhunghaile.
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Print version: Political ideas of Enlightenment women : virtue and citizenship. Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate,  ix, 251 pages