Why Simone de Beauvoir didn’t believe in being ‘a strong woman’ | Curio

Why Simone de Beauvoir didn’t believe in being ‘a strong woman’

9 mins | Sep 28, 2019

She believed caring for and being cared for by others is a central part of what makes us human. What does it mean to be a strong woman? For Simone de Beauvoir, no sign of female fortitude constituted emancipation. Writing in Aeon magazine Kate Kirkpatrick, explains why.

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From Aeon magazine