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《Journal of Nantong Teachers College(Social Science Edition)》 2001-03
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Li Zhi's Views on Women and their Enforcement

CHEN Gui-bing(History Department, Quanzhou Teachers College, Quanzhou, Fujian, 362000, China)  
Li Zhi advocated equality for men and women and proposed some progressive ideas on the equal opportunity for women to participate in politics and receive education, relationship between husband and wife, widows and jealous wives. More importantly, he put these progressive views to practice. Yet Li Zhi could never possibly realize that the prerequisite for women liberation is the secure of their economic status, hence there involved some limitations and contradictions in his concept of women. His outlook of women and practice embodied the conflict between the old and the new ideas in the Ming Dynasty and demonstrated the dilemma in which the new ideas were fettered by the old ones.
【CateGory Index】: B248.915
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