4 edition of Mary Astell found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by Florence M. Smith|
|Series||Columbia University. Studies in English and comparative lierature -- no. 58, Columbia University. Studies in English and comparative lierature -- no. 58.|
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The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Mary Astell (Astell, Mary, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Astell, Mary, , contrib.: An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex: In Which Are Inserted the Characters of a Pedant, a Squire, a Beau, a Vertuoso, a Poetaster, a City-Critick, &c., In a Letter to a Lady (attributed variously . Jacqueline Broad. The Philosophy of Mary Astell: An Early Modern Theory of Virtue. Published: Jacqueline Broad, The Philosophy of Mary Astell: An Early Modern Theory of Virtue, Oxford University Press, , pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Reviewed by Penny Weiss, St. Louis University.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Florence Mary, Mary Astell. New York, Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person. The writings of the High Church Tory pamphleteer Mary Astell (–) are a remarkable and underestimated contribution to the constitutional debates which ushered in the modern liberal democratic state. An interlocutor with Swift and Defoe, Astell was perhaps the first systematic critic of Locke's writings, something which has been Cited by:
The English thinker, Mary Astell () advocacy of equal educational opportunities for women has earned her the title "the first English feminist." In Some Reflections upon Marriage (), She critiques the philosophical underpinnings of the institution of marriage in 's England, warning women of the dangers of a hasty or ill Brand: Saltar's Point Press. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg; 62, free ebooks; 3 by Mary Astell; Some Reflections Upon Marriage. by Mary Astell. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Astell, Mary, Title: Some Reflections Upon Marriage. With additions. Language: English: LoC Class.
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Mary Astell. British writer Mary Astell (–) is considered one of the first British feminists. A devout Christian who possessed strong reasoning skills and an interest in philosophy, Astell set forth her thoughts upon the inequities of the "woman's sphere" in such works as 's A Serious Proposal to the Ladies and Some Reflections upon Marriage, the latter published in Mary Astell was an English feminist writer.
Her advocacy of equal educational opportunities for women has earned her the title "the first English feminist." Few records of Mary Astell's life have survived. As biographer Ruth Perry explains, "as a woman she had little or no business in the world of commerce, politics, or law/5.
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See all books authored by Mary Astell, including A Serious Proposal to the Ladies: Parts I and II (Broadview Literary Texts), and The First English Feminist: Reflections Upon Marriage And Other Writings, and more on Throughout her life, in her personal relationships as well as in her role as a public intellectual, the English thinker Mary Astell () supported women, wrote to and for women, and, to the greatest extent Mary Astell book, moved from advocacy to action on their behalf.
In Some Reflections upon Marriage (London, ), Astell focused her Cited by: Mary Astell (–) was an English philosopher.
She was born in Newcastle, and lived her adult life in London. Her patrons were Lady Ann Coventry, Lady Elizabeth Hastings, and Catherine Jones, and among those in her intellectual Mary Astell book were Lady Mary Chudleigh, Judith Drake, Elizabeth Elstob, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, and John Norris.
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May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Astell, Mary. A Serious Proposal to the Ladies for the Advancement of Their True and Greatest Interest.
London: Printed for R. Wilkin (Folger Library, [Wing A]). Reprinted in Patricia Springborg, Mary Astell's A Serious Proposal to the Ladies (). Diplomatic edition with commentary and introduction. London: Pickering Cited by: Mary Astell’s A Serious Proposal to the Ladies is one of the most important and neglected works advocating the establishment of women’s academies.
Its reception was so controversial that Astell responded with a lengthy sequel, also in this volume. The cause of great notoriety, Astell’s Proposal was imitated by Defoe in his “An Academy for Women,” parodied in the Tatler, 5/5(1).
John Norris, Mary Astell (). “Letters concerning the love of God, between the author of the Proposal to the ladies, and Mr. John Norris: wherein his late discourse, showing that it ought to be intire and exclusive of all other loves, is further cleared and justified”, p A Serious Proposal to the Ladies, for the Advancement of Their True and Greatest Interest is a pioneering feminist essay written by the British author Mary Astell.
The text, which is often referred to by the shortened title A Serious Proposal to the Ladies, appeared in two parts. Introduction. Mary Astell (b. ) is widely considered to be one of the earliest English feminists. She is best known for her prose works A Serious Proposal to the Ladies (Part 1, ; Part 2, ) and Some Reflections upon Marriage ().
The first Proposal to the Ladies, subtitled “For the Advancement of their True and Greatest Interest. Mary Astell would nonetheless become a respected philosopher, pamphleteer, and polemicist in her own right, and she forged a name for herself as a pioneer of feminist thought.
So, read on for a brief overview of the life of Mary Astell, a woman whose influence is anything but. The Making Of A Feminist, Mary Astell. Mary Astell was born in Author: Sienna Lee-Coughlin.
Mary Astell was born in Newcastle upon Tyne on 12 Novemberto Peter and Mary (Errington) Astell. Her parents had two other children, William, who died in infancy, and Peter, her younger brother.
She was baptized in St. John's Church in Newcastle. Her family was upper-middle-class and lived in Newcastle throughout her early childhood.
Mary Astell was born in Newcastle upon Tyne on 12 Novemberto Peter and Mary (Errington) Astell.  Her parents had two other children, William, who died in infancy, and Peter, her younger brother. Mary Astell’s A Serious Proposal to the Ladies is one of the most important and neglected works advocating the establishment of women’s academies.
Its reception was so controversial that Astell responded with a lengthy sequel, also in this volume.
The cause of great notoriety, Astell’s Proposal was imitated by Defoe in his “An Academy for Women,” parodied in. Background Astell was born on Novemin the English coal-mining town of Newcastle on Tyne. The daughter of Peter and Mary (Errington) Astell, she grew up in a strict Anglican household, despite the fact that her mother had been raised a Catholic.
Mary was born in Newcastle, England, on Novem Her tutor was her Cambridge-educated uncle, Ralph Astell. With, him she began to have a passion for literature, and realized the injustice that women suffered for simply being of the opposite sex. Book Description: The Eloquence of Mary Astell makes an important contribution to the knowledge and understanding of the important role that women, and one woman in particular, played in the history of rhetoric.
Mary Astell () was an unusually perceptive thinker and writer during the time of the Enlightenment. Mary Astell and John Norris: Letters Concerning the Love of God (The Early Modern Englishwoman, Contemporary Editions series) by Melvyn New.
Given the progress made in recent years in recovering the writings of early modern women, one might expect that a complete set of the important works of Mary Astell () would have been.
Mary Astell: Reason, Gender, Faith includes essays from diverse disciplinary perspectives to consider the full range of Astell's political, theological, philosophical, and Cited by: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Mary Astell books online.
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