The Sexes in Science and History
An inquiry into the dogma of woman's inferiority to man
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The Sexes in Science and History An inquiry into the dogma of woman's inferiority to man

By Eliza Burt Gamble
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Table of Contents
  • Transcriber’s Notes
  • The Sexes in Science and History
    • PREFACE TO NEW EDITION
    • PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION
    • CONTENTS
    • PART I The Theory of Evolution
      • CHAPTER I DEVELOPMENT OF THE ORGANISM
      • CHAPTER II THE ORIGIN OF SEX DIFFERENCES
      • CHAPTER III MALE ORGANIC DEFECTS
      • CHAPTER IV THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIAL INSTINCTS AND THE MORAL SENSE
      • CHAPTER V THE SUPREMACY OF THE MALE
    • PART II Prehistoric Society
      • CHAPTER I METHOD OF INVESTIGATION
      • CHAPTER II THE RELATIONS OF THE SEXES AMONG EARLY MANKIND
      • CHAPTER III THE GENS—WOMEN UNDER GENTILE INSTITUTIONS
      • CHAPTER IV THE ORIGIN OF MARRIAGE
      • CHAPTER V THE MOTHER-RIGHT
      • CHAPTER VI THEORIES TO EXPLAIN WIFE-CAPTURE
    • PART III Early Historic Society
      • CHAPTER I EARLY HISTORIC SOCIETY FOUNDED ON THE GENS
      • CHAPTER II WOMEN IN EARLY HISTORIC TIMES
      • CHAPTER III ANCIENT SPARTA
      • CHAPTER IV ATHENIAN WOMEN
      • CHAPTER V ROMAN LAW, ROMAN WOMEN, AND CHRISTIANITY
      • CHAPTER VI THE RENAISSANCE
      • CHAPTER VII CONCLUSION
    • INDEX
      • FOOTNOTES:
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