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By Camille Paglia, Caitlin Moran, Hanna Rosin, Maureen Dowd

For the 1st time in background, will or not it's higher to be a girl than a guy within the upcoming century? The 12th semi-annual Munk Debate pits well known writer and editorHanna Rosin and Pulitzer Prize–winning columnist Maureen Dowd opposed to ny Times–bestselling writer Caitlin Moran and educational trailblazer Camille Paglia to discuss one of many greatest socio-economic phenomena of our time — the relative decline of the ability and standing of guys within the place of work, within the relatives, and society at huge. males have commonly been the dominant intercourse. yet now, for the 1st time, a bunch of symptoms means that girls not just are reaching equality with males, yet are quick rising because the extra profitable intercourse of the species. even if in schooling, employment, own future health, or baby rearing, information aspect to an increase within the prestige and tool of ladies at domestic, within the place of work, and in conventional male bastions resembling politics. yet are males, and the age-old energy constructions linked to “maleness,” completely in decline? With ladies more and more demonstrating their skill to “have it all” whereas males lag at the back of, the Munk Debate on gender tackles the fundamental socio-economic query: Are males out of date?

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Jahrhundert zur Zeit des Merkantilismus, betrieben die meisten entstehenden europäischen Nationen eine protektionistische Politik. " (Schott 2010, S. 357) D. J. 1007/978-3-658-01062-1_4, © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2013 38 11. 2 Industrialisierung: Klassischer (Wirtschafts-)Liberalismus und Marxismus" Es war ein zentrales Anliegen des Liberalismus, die Ständegesellschaft mit Blick auf Rechtsungleichheit und Privilegien zu überwinden. Im Liberalismus des 18. Jahrhunderts wurde der Markt noch auf der Grundlage des Tausches beschrieben (Foucault 2006, S.

32 I. Einleitung, Methode und Übersicht tungen und Erfolge, wobei sich der Fokus hin zu einem 1jIpus erfolgsorientierten Handeins verschoben zu haben scheint (Neekel 2008). Die sozialwissenschaftliche Literatur verzeichnet eine reiche Tradition bezüglich der Reflexion auf die Themen Leistung und Erfolg (Mannheim 1964, Bohle 1977, Mitscherlich 1983, Hondrich et al. 28 Erst in neuerer Zeit, auch im Zuge der Debatte um Chaocengleichheit in der ,Leistungsgesellschaft', rückt das Interesse für das Verhältnis zwischen Leistung und Erfolg in den Mittelpunkt.

2 Industrialisierung: Klassischer (Wirtschafts-)Liberalismus und Marxismus" Es war ein zentrales Anliegen des Liberalismus, die Ständegesellschaft mit Blick auf Rechtsungleichheit und Privilegien zu überwinden. Im Liberalismus des 18. Jahrhunderts wurde der Markt noch auf der Grundlage des Tausches beschrieben (Foucault 2006, S. 170). Doch schon im Lauf des 19. Jahrhunderts beruhte jede freie Gesellschaft auf zwei Grundsätzen, die vom liberalen Staat zu garantieren sind: Erstens dem uneingeschränkten Recht der Bürger auf ihr Eigentum und zweitens dem unbehinderten Wettbewerb der Bürger in allen öffentlichen Lebensbereichen.

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