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The beginning of feminist existentialism is usually attributed to the publication of the translation of Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex in the U.S. This book incidentally is considered to have started the second wave of feminism. Later on, those feminists who have based their thinking on those philosophers classified as "existentialists" are considered to be "existentialist feminists", one of whom is Mary Daly.
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