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Legitimate Businessman's Social Club

Today, in reading Rousseau's Émile, I came across this passage:

"It is, therefore, important to cultivate a faculty which serves as judge between the two guides, which does not permit conscience to go astray and corrects the errors of prejudice. That faculty is reason. But what a crowd of questions arise at this word. Are women capable of solid reason; should they cultivate it, can they cultivate it successfully? Is this culture useful in relation to the functions laid upon them? Is it compatible with becoming simplicity?"

The answer to these questions, my good friends, is an inherent no.
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