FLORA TRISTÁN – SOCIALIZMUS A FEMINIZMUS
Flora Tristán – socialism and feminism
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The paper provides an insight into the life and work of Flora Tristán, a French-Peruvian thinker of the 19th century. It focuses on her biography and analyses her work in relation to historical facts and to the present with the aim of critiquing Tristan's ideas and bringing them up to date. It focuses on the contingent nature of feminist and socialist social struggle. It questions the traditional family, education and the revolutionary and reform strategy of social change. Flora Tristán's feminist and socialist ideas are set in a wider framework of the evolution of these social struggles. It points to the progressive (united organization of the proletariat, interdependent gender and working-class emancipation), and regressive (parliamentary representation, reform) aspects of Tristán's reasoning.
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