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Revista Katálysis

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Abstract

FORTES, Ronaldo Vielmi. Social genesis and current processes of inferiorization of women in Marx, Engels and Lukács. Rev. katálysis [online]. 2018, vol.21, n.3, pp.441-451. ISSN 1982-0259.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1982-02592018v21n3p441.

This article resumes the considerations of Marx and Engels on the problem of the genesis of the woman inferiorization in society, based on the reflections posed by György Lukács in his work The ontology of Social Being. The objective is to demonstrate the limits of the political and economic emancipation of woman in contemporaneity, in order to explain the extent to which the struggle to overcome women’s isolation can correspond to the Marxist principles of the human emancipation.

Keywords : Marxism and feminism; Female emancipation; Women’s alienation.

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