From Sexual Prejudice to Patriarchy and Its Agents: The Radicalization of Mary Daly's Analysis of Sexism
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Nancy A. Falk
Dr. Francis Gross
Dr. E. Thomas Lawson
Masters Thesis-Open Access
This thesis interprets key concepts in Mary Daly's analysis of sexism as they are developed in her first three books. It highlights the continuities more than the discontinuities in Daly's writing. The constant features of Daly's writing are her existentialist orientation and a complex synthesis of ideas that relates the subjective experience of individuals, the objective social circumstances of individuals, and socially constructed stereotypes, especially those stereotypes expressed in religious language.
Bellow-Stratton, Teresa, "From Sexual Prejudice to Patriarchy and Its Agents: The Radicalization of Mary Daly's Analysis of Sexism" (1996). Masters Theses. 4136.