Man Superior to Woman;
V I N D I C A T I O N
MAN's Natural Right
O V E R T H E
W O M A N
Containing a plain Confutation of the fallacious Arguments of SOPHIA, in her late Treatise entitled, Woman not inferior to Man. Interspersed with a Variety of Characters, of different Kinds of Women, drawn from Life.
To which is prefix'd, a Dedication to the Ladies.
By a G E N T L E M A N.
You here in Miniature you Pictures see,
Nor hope from Zincks more Justice than from me.
My portraits grace your Mind, as his your Side;
His Portraits will inflame, mine quench your Pride.
He's dear, you frugal: choose my cheaper Lay,
And be your Reformation all my Pay. Young.
L O N D O N:
Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster Row.
(Whether the Superiority of the Men over the Women be not founded on something more solid than Custom and Prejudice.)
(In what esteem the Women are held by the Men, and how justly.)
(Whether Women are equal to Men in their intellectual Capacity, or not.)
(Whether the Women are equally qualified with Men for Government and Public Offices.)
(What Capacity the Women have for Sciences.)
(Whether Women are naturally qualified for Military Offices, or not?)