Views of Spartan Women
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The paper discusses Aristotle's view of Spartan women, that they constituted a formidable challenge to the patriarchal ideal. Aristotle expressed two main objections to Sparta: the city's failure to curtail women's freedom and to regulate women's ownership of private property. The paper further discusses how Sparta, in his view, represented a failure because it did not conform to his hierarchy of gender relations. The paper explores other sources that provide an image of Spartan women, which illustrates not just their equality with men in all domains, but their superiority over men as well.
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