Cartografía Del Ser, Sentido Y Significado De La Mujer En El Pensamiento Filosófico De Las Edades Antigua Y Medieval

Translated title of the contribution: Cartography Of The Being, Meaning And Meaning Of The Woman In The Philosophical Thought Of The Ancient And Medieval Ages

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Abstract

The purpose of this work is to contribute with theoretical-conceptual tools that allow the understanding of the being, sense and meaning of women in the history of ancient and medieval philosophy, reflections that allow the understanding of the protagonism of women in today's society. It proposes a series of alternatives that lead to the overcoming of unidirectional thinking and the patriarchal character that subsists in some sectors and social spheres constructed from a philosophy elaborated from men, conceptions that have configured and consolidated a determined social structure that widens the gap between men and women, giving more power to the former. The manuscript reflects the changes experienced by women of all times in which a historical constant has been the search for freedom, social and political equality in accordance with the circumstances and context in which they lived. It is a work of bibliographic revision, which in its construction used deduction as a research method that made possible the structuring of singular ideas and the understanding of concrete reality. Likewise, the phenomenological-hermeneutic methods that contributed to the deepening of the subject object of the investigation were used to analyze and interpret the information processed in this document.
Translated title of the contributionCartography Of The Being, Meaning And Meaning Of The Woman In The Philosophical Thought Of The Ancient And Medieval Ages
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
JournalUniversidad Central Del Ecuador
Volume1
Issue number2018
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2019

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