What are the main disagreements in these 17th-century texts.

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They disagree about how women should be treated in general, as well as their purpose Swatham says women are bad because they deceive and entice you.

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Assignment 7:What are the main disagreements in these 17th-century texts?-They disagree about how women should be treated in general, as well as their purpose-Swatham says women are bad because they deceive and entice you-He says women can neither say well nor do well-Say that women should be equals and companions to men, especially since they were made out of mans rib that is next to his heartWhat kind of approach was more novel, judging by the Western gender tradition to that point?-The approach of Tattle-Well and Hit-Him-Home was newer and more towards Enlightenment thinking-Women were traditionally inferior to men-They say that women should go to school, in contrast to traditional belief-Women are less obscene, profane, etc.-All of this goes against traditional thoughts and values of womenWhat conditions prompted a more vigorous public debate about gender in the 1

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