Luisa Sigea de Velasco, una filòsofa aparentment "feminista"

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Throughout her work Dialogue of Two Maidens on the Courtly Lifestyle and the Secluded Lifestyle (1552), the philosopher Luisa Sigea de Velasco (1522-1560) develops a series of apparently “feminist” reflections. However, a thorough and reflective reading of this work and of her arguments have led us to conclude that although she does in some ways advocate on behalf of women, Sigea does not actually argue in favour of equality nor of female emancipation, because that is not her aim ​
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