In what sense was the British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft an Enlightenment thinker?
a.) She wrote passionately about the need for better educational opportunities for all children.
b.) She led Enlightenment thinkers to study the differences between men and women.
c.) She applied Enlightenment ideas on individual freedom to women as well as men.
d.) She encouraged women to turn to secular philosophy rather than to traditional beliefs.
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Mary Wollstone! What an amazing woman.
She argued that women were not inferior to men, only lacked proper education, believed that woman should be considered equals and believe woman should not be considered to be "property" of men.
I suppose of all these answers i would go with C.
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The choice D makes me almost want to reconsider, however I have never heard of Wollstone encouraging different philosophies and looking up the topic I cant find anything so yeah i guess C. Youre welcome!