This philosophical autobiography of the world's foremost radical feminist philosopher offers an imaginative chronicle of Mary Daly's voyage. Daly sees her work as that of a pirate, righteously plundering treasures of knowledge that have been stolen and hidden from women. In this inventive blend of autobiography and visionary philosophy, she reveals her struggles to smuggle back these treasures and to distinguish them from their mindbinding trappings. "Outercourse" brilliantly recounts Daly's debunking of patriarchal thought and blazes new paths to freedom by enabling women to discover the hidden connections that make sense of their lives.
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