Letter to a European Philosopher

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Letter to a European Philosopher 1 Letter to a European Philosopher Sabrina Armstrong PHI/105 September 4 th , 2011 Larry Waggle
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Letter to a European Philosopher 2 Letter to a European Philosopher Dear Mr. Aristotle, first let me start by telling you what a great honor it is that I have the opportunity for you to read this letter that I have written for you. Let me also tell you how, I have always admired your philosophical views for some time now and have learned a lot about myself because of them as well. As your philosophies have been accepted by millions all over the world and lasted the trials of changing times and scenarios. However, with all due respect to you, I would like to state that I tend to disagree with your philosophy towards how men tend to be more rational than women on basis of natural distinctions and hence for the establishment of a proper state, according to you, it is necessary that men rule over women since they are more rational. In other words, you are stating that women are less capable of logic and reason, and should not be
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course PHI 105 105 taught by Professor Larrywaggle during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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