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The paper first analyzes the importance of the debate on matriarchy as a paradigm for the constitution of the new women's movement directed against a range of patriarchally determined theories and against the patriarchal social conditions. The search for identification and the development of feminist theories were based on historical matriarchy; this is shown by means of a synthesis of older works by Bachofen, Vaerting and Eckstein-Diener and new approaches such as those of Bornemann anddoi:10.25365/oezg-1995-6-2-3 fatcat:kumh24jtqvfobdlx5ztncumtei