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Simone de Beauvoir’s thinking strategies

  • Challenging the status quo. Beauvoir challenged societal expectations of women. As a secondary school teacher, she was fired from multiple jobs for teaching about feminism, morally corrupting the youth.
  • Embracing ambiguity. Beauvoir published the book Ethics of Ambiguity. Instead of focusing on one perspective, she recognised that social problems result from systemic and individual issues.
  • Celebrating intellectualism. Beauvoir embraced the intellectual quest of deriving knowledge from reason.

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