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Wife, (Natural Law), in Latin uxor, female of man, considered such when she is united to him by ties of marriage. See therefore Marriage and Husband. 14 Women’s Roles The supreme being having judged that it was not good for man to be alone, conceived a desire to unite him in close society with a companion, and this society is made through a voluntary accord between the parties. As this society has as its principal goal the procreation and protection of the children it produces, the father and mother of necessity devote all their energies to nourishing and properly rearing the fruits of their love up until the time when they are able to care and judge for themselves.
Children For most of us, the first memories we have are of childhood and our domestic environment: parents, grandparents, siblings, our homes, and so on. The domestic environment is of obvious importance in every child’s or person’s life. The modern period has seen dramatic shifts in child rearing practices and the very nature of childhood. In early modern Europe, children were sometimes seen as either beast-like, or as miniature adults; there was no general idea of a unique intermediate stage of childhood.
The example of England and of Muscovy make evident that women can succeed equally, both in moderate and despotic government; and if it is not against reason and nature that they rule an empire, then it seem that it is no more contradictory that they should be mistresses in a family. When Lacedaemonian [Spartan, an ancient Greek province] marriages were ready to be consummated, the woman took the dress of a man; and it was a symbol of the equal power that she would share with her husband. On this subject we know what Gorgon, the wife of Leonidas, king of Sparta, said to a foreign woman who was extremely surprised by this equality: Don’t you know, responded the queen, that we bring men into the world?
Aircraft Mechanics Handbook - A Collection of Facts, Suggestions... by Fred Herbert Colvin