At my University, I am currently taking a Philosophy class, where I am enjoying your ethics, especially the reading on â€œThe Process of Changeâ€, which states that everything which comes into being is brought about by something, that is by the source from the generation it comes from. Your philosophies have been adopted for centuries all over the world and survived the changing times. However, with the up most respect, I would like to say that I disagree with your doctrine of men naturally ruling over woman, and excluding women from the politics.
According to your philosophy, men tend to be more rational than women. You also stated that in partnerships, women are an inferior product. In other words, men rule over women since women are more rational and less capable of logic and reason.
For the past century, due to biological differences; women are not physically the same, and are now allowed to learn in the same universities. Now a dayâ€™s women are Lawyers, Astronauts, Doctors, and now Politicians, to include Mayor, Governor and Senator too. When reading your Philosophy information, your theory states that, men always have the prerogatives of household rule, even though women are free persons who are ruled politically (Politics, 1259a39-b10).
My point is, when you wrote these analogies, you did not know about Hilary Clinton, Sarah, Palin and many other powerful woman of our time. They too have a demanding careers, husbands and children. In our time, we have laws put in place to protect us from men who share your point of views of discriminatory behavior. It is illegal for a company to fire me because I am a woman. The saying should not be, â€œAll men are created equal, it should say something like â€œEveryone is created equal.â€ Environmental factors and real life situations always have a great impact on our personality and reasoning. There are times where women are often exposed...