2 edition of Woman and labour. found in the catalog.
Woman and labour.
1911 by T. Fisher Unwin .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||283|
Nor will woman's influence militate against war because in the future woman will not be able physically to bear her part in it. Your birth, then, is part of the natural world, however it unfolds. Epiphanius Tychonius  who heavily influenced St. Would it not, for example, be possible that woman should retain agriculture, textile manufacture, trade, domestic management, the education of youth, and medicine, in addition to child-bearing, as her exclusive fields of toil; while, to the male, should be left the study of abstract science, law and war, and statecraft; as of old, man took war and the chase, and woman absorbed the further labours of life? It is true, that the woman will sacrifice as mercilessly, as cruelly, the life of a hated rival or an enemy, as any male; but she always knows what she is doing, and the value of the life she takes!
Madonna of Bad Doberanc. It necessarily touched on most matters in which sex has a part, however incompletely. Tell me again how politicians are a gilded, out-of-touch elite. A year and a half after, when the war was over and peace had been proclaimed for above four months, I with difficulty obtained a permit to visit the Transvaal.
Such facts as this; that, in the great majority of species on the earth the female form exceeds the male in size and strength and often in predatory instinct; and that sex relationships may assume almost any form on earth as the conditions of life vary; and that, even in their sexual relations towards offspring, those differences which we, conventionally, are apt to suppose are inherent in the paternal or the maternal sex form, are not inherent--as when one studies the lives of certain toads, where the female deposits her eggs in cavities on the back of the male, where the eggs are preserved and hatched; or, of certain sea animals, in which the male carries the young about with him and rears them in a pouch formed of his own substance; and countless other such. So that it may be at last, that sexual love--that tired angel who through the ages has presided over the march of humanity, with distraught eyes, and feather-shafts broken, and wings drabbled in the mires of lust and greed, and golden locks caked over with the dust of injustice and oppression--till those looking at him have sometimes cried in terror, "He is the Evil and not the Good of life! Thrown into strict logical form, our demand is this: We do not ask that the wheels of time should reverse themselves, or the stream of life flow backward. Whether beneficially or unbeneficially, the human male must, generally speaking, employ his intellect, or his muscle, or die.
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Mayhap it was better and pleasanter when it was there, but it has gone for ever; and, would you and yours swim again, it must be in other waters. But, whatever the result of the changes of modern civilisation may be with regard to the male, he certainly cannot complain that they have as a whole robbed him of his fields of labour, diminished his share in the conduct of life, or reduced him to a condition of morbid inactivity.
It is this fact, the consciousness on the part of the women taking their share in the Woman's Movement of our age, that their efforts are not, and cannot be, of immediate advantage to themselves, but that they almost of necessity and immediately lead to loss and renunciation, which gives to this movement its very peculiar tone; setting it apart from the large mass of economic movements, placing it rather in a line with those vast religious developments which at the interval of ages have swept across humanity, irresistibly modifying and reorganising it.
New labour, indeed, when the days are not long enough, and I have to toil far into the night! Above all, in the domain of politics and government, where once a king or queen, aided by a handful of councillors, was alone practically concerned in the labours of national guidance or legislation; today, owing to the rapid means of intercommunication, printing, and the consequent diffusion of political and social information throughout a territory, it has become possible, for the first time, for all adults in a large community to keep themselves closely informed on all national affairs; and in every highly- civilised state the ordinary male has been almost compelled to take his share, however small, in the duties and labours of legislation and government.
The brain of one consumptive German chemist, who in his laboratory compounds a new explosive, has more effect upon the wars of the modern peoples than ten thousand soldierly legs and arms; and the man who invents one new labour-saving machine may, through the cerebration of a few days, have performed the labour it would otherwise have taken hundreds of thousands of his lusty fellows decades to accomplish.
It is often said the female dog is more intelligent than the male; but I am almost inclined to doubt this, after long and close study of both forms. As societies become more advanced and civilized, the individual members of those societies become more distinguishable from one another.
Neither is the woman without the man, nor the man without the woman, the completed human intelligence. Coimbatore before the Tamilnadu States Commission for Women and a public hearing was made. These and many other points throwing an interesting light on the later development of women such as the relation between agriculture and the subjection of women were gone into in this division of the book dealing with primitive and semi-barbarous womanhood.
And the woman who today merely produces twelve children and suckles them, and then turns them loose on her society and family, is regarded, and rightly so, as a curse and down draught, and not the productive labourer, of her community.
Something that is entirely new has entered into the field of human labour, and left nothing as it was. Women have been silenced in the birth room for too long. When a conflict was fought near by, the dying and wounded were brought in; three men belonging to our little village were led out to execution; death sentences were read in our little market-place; our prison was filled with our fellow-countrymen; and we did not know from hour to hour what the next would bring to any of us.
Is child-bearing to become the labour of but a portion of our sex? It is when we consider the reproductive organs themselves and their forms of activity, and such parts of the organism modified directly in relation to them, that a real and important difference is found to exist, radical though absolutely complemental.
You will wonder at passionate struggles that accomplished so little; at the, to you, obvious paths to attain our ends which we did not take; at the intolerable evils before which it will seem to you we sat down passive; at the great truths staring us in the face, which we failed to see; at the truths we grasped at, but could never quite get our fingers round.
We are the daughters of those men. To rise above what we are accustomed to, reach deeper inside ourselves than we are familiar with, and to see not only what we are truly made of, but the strength we can access in and through birth. The history of our household drinks we know no longer; we merely see them set before us at our tables.
Crimes against the community take priority in mechanical societies, according to Durkheim, because the evolution of the collective consciousness is widespread and strong while the division of labor has not yet happened.
Under no conditions, at no time, in no place, in the history of the world have the males of any period, of any nation, or of any class, shown the slightest inclination to allow their own females to become inactive or parasitic, so long as the actual muscular labour of feeding and clothing them would in that case have devolved upon themselves!
If you are planning a safe, skilled cesarean birth, you should hire someone who is an expert at cesarean sections. Most of all, a newborn mother should never be left to cry it out alone. In man's fields of toil, change has accomplished, and is yet more quickly accomplishing, itself.
From the penny-a-liner to the artist and thinker, the demand for their labour continually increases. For the present our cry is, "We take all labour for our province! And, whether as kept wife, kept mistress, or prostitute, she contributed nothing to the active and sustaining labours of her society.
They come to understand that when the mind is free of stress and fear that cause the body to respond with pain, nature is free to process birth in the same well-designed manner that it does for all other normal physiological functions. But it was good. This idea that there is a special medal danging on the tree for going without meds makes us undervalue ourselves and depreciate the ordeals we have endured.
Those who focus on the inherent inequalities of India's surrogacy industry believe the practice should be either banned or strictly regulated. Further, owing partly to the diminished demand for child-bearing, rising from the extreme difficulty and expense of rearing and education, and to many other complex social causes, to which we shall return later, millions of women in our modern societies are so placed as to be absolutely compelled to go through life not merely childless, but without sex relationship in any form whatever; while another mighty army of women is reduced by the dislocations of our civilisation to accepting sexual relationships which practically negate child-bearing, and whose only product is physical and moral disease.Jan 12, · Fellow nerds, I am SO excited for today's installment of Feminist Fridays because I have the pleasure of discussing Olive Schreiner's fantastic work Woman and Labour.
One of the many perks of being in a Writing Feminisms tutorial at Oxford is that I'm introduced to numerous writers that I had never heard of before.
Olive Schreiner (). Oct 24, · French philosopher Emile Durkheim's book The Division of Labor in Society (or De la Division du Travail Social) debuted in It was his first major published work and the one in which he introduced the concept of anomie or the breakdown of the influence of. the Woman's Labour Movement of our day, which has essentially taken its rise among women of the more cultured and wealthy classes, and which consists mainly in a demand to have the doors leading to professional, political, and highly skilled labour thrown open to them, the ultimate end.
Jul 17, · The Basic Needs of a Woman in Labour - Kindle edition by Ruth Ehrhardt, Michel Odent. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Basic Needs of a Woman in Labour/5(32).
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view of the whole question of woman's relation to labour. In the original book the matter of the parasitism of woman filled only one chapter out of twelve, and it was mainly from this chapter that this book was drawn. The question of the parasitism of woman is, I think, very vital, very important; it explains many phenomena which nothing else.