A Rational Pondering on Women’s Human Poverty

Hongguang WANG


With the emphasis placed on humanistic values and reasonable demands in the current era, women’s human poverty has gradually become a hot spot of social attention. A systematic analysis of a two-dimensional rational perspective, a philosophical perspective and a cultural perspective, reveals that obstacles to the attainment of freedom created by the loss of ontological rationality are the fundamental causes of women’s human poverty. In addition, in the multicultural and multi-perspective landscape of human survival, the multi-dimensional influence of culture presents a major predicament for research on the issue of women’s human poverty. The key to resolving this issue is philosophical concerns for women’s human poverty and discussions of anti-poverty measures in cultural construction. 


Women’s human poverty; Ontology; Cultural battle against poverty

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6334


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