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Fiscus Brittany Fiscus Professor Petersen English 241 March 4, 2010 “Four Questions” Judith Murray was born in 1751 and died in 1820. She was an intellectual woman in a culture that regarded women as men’s mental inferiors, a professional writer in an ear when almost no one, male or female, made a living by writing. “Murray powerfully demonstrated the validity of her own precepts.” Murray wrote a poem called, “ON the Equality of the Sexes,” the poem talks about how man and women should be equal; they need each other to survive. Men and women may be different but in the end and women needs a man and a man needs a women. “Equality imparts, and noble passion, swell in female hearts.” Murray talked about four pillars of intellect. They are: Imagination Reason Memory Judgment The first one; imagination, was important to them. It was the most demanding effort to them. The help of imagination helped create the mind which Murray used the mind of imagination to create creativity. Imagination helps you reveal the true
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