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Unformatted text preview: 'based on passion, not thought', and 'feeds off phobias, terrors, and fantasies, regardless of women's position in the social structure . .. it has no formal political program or position . .. He looks at religion, literature, philosophy, politics and psychology. What men fear about women is multiple, but according to Gilmore what it boils down to is that men fear that women, circumventing man's domination through deceit and seduction, would make short shrift of civilization and reduce men to servitude, obliterating their chance at salvation; that is, left to their own devices, dangerous female creatures would change the nature of the world as we know it....
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- Spring '08