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Gabrielle Suchon's reliance on religious texts and authorities to support and legitimise the arguments she makes in her two texts Traité de la morale et de la politique (1693) and Du célibat volontaire (1700) has sometimes been perceived as running contrary to its defence of female freedom. Suchon's use of religious texts will be examined here as a corner stone of her attack on male hegemony and crucial to her argument, which rests in large part on the distinction between divine law and socialdoi:10.1080/20563035.2021.1924009 fatcat:ubsmxzymb5etnoev5fix4bgekm