Joyce Trebilcot, feminist professor emerita of philosophy and of women’s studies founded the Washington University St. Louis's Women's Studies program. In her book "Dyke Ideas: Process, Politics, Daily Life", she claimed that men oppressed women by using truth, knowledge and science. Peer into the twisted mind of one of the lunatics who shaped modern day feminist ideology. Quote:
"By means of the apparatuses of II truth," "knowledge," II science," "revelation," "faith," etc. (it matters little whether the methodology is scientific or religious), men are able not only to project their personalities as reality, but also to require that other people participate in those realities and accept them as their own.
Recipients of the" truth" (i.e., all those not certified to create it)
are expected to long for truth, to respect it, to bow down to it,
and, especially, to honor-and obey-those who are authorities
on it.Recipients of the" truth" (i.e., all those not certified to create it)are expected to long for truth, to respect it, to bow down to it,and, especially, to honor-and obey-those who are authoritieson it.The system is thoroughly corrupt; it hurts me, angersme, and, when I have my wits about me, strikes me as silly.How ridiculous, for example, for men to go on an archaeologicaldig and report that what they have found is what is there,when I would come back with quite a different story were I todig, and other wimmin would come back with yet other stories."
And before any feminist make the claim she was just another isolated radical, here's what her legacy was:
"Trebilcot, who joined the in 1970 as assistant professor of philosophy, helped found the women's studies major in 1972 and the program in 1975. She served as coordinator of the program from 1980-1992. Trebilcot was named associate professor of women's studies in 1992 and became emerita in 1995."http://news.wustl.edu/news/Pages/14297.aspx