Politics of the family, pt 3

Feminism has given me the understanding of the family as the first institution of property and hierarchy, so that my family can be better understood as the first institution of shared ownership and equality.

Does feminism have the character of critique? Only if it recognises the sanctity of marriage; otherwise it is a judgment of marriage, and would have a moral character.

By analogy to capitalism: Socialist critique wishes to enhance capitalism, or succeed it; socialist judgment condemns capitalism. How is it with feminism and the family?

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