Our Changing Morality: A Symposium by Freda Kirchwey

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Editor Kirchwey, Freda, 1893-1976
LoC No. 25000897
Title Our Changing Morality: A Symposium
Original Publication United States: Albert & Charles Boni,1924.
Contents Introduction, by Freda Kirchwey -- Styles in ethics, by Bertrand Russell -- Modern marriage, by Arthur Garfield Hays -- Changes in sex relations, by Elsie Clews Parsons -- Toward monogamy, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Women: free for what? By Edwin Muir -- Virtue and women, by Isabel Leavenworth -- Where are the female geniuses? By Sylvia Kopald -- Man and woman as creators, by Alexander Goldenweiser -- Dominant sexes, by M. Vaerting -- Modern love and modern fiction, by J. W. Krutch -- Can men and women be friends? By Floyd Dell -- Love and marriage, by Ludwig Lewisohn -- Communist Puritans, by Louis Fischer -- Stereotypes, by Florence Guy Seabury -- Women and the new morality, by Beatrice M. Hinkle.
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Language English
LoC Class HQ: Social sciences: The family, Marriage, Sex and Gender
Subject Women -- Social conditions
Subject Sex
Subject Moral conditions
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