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“One of the qualities that makes Manne’s writing bracing and even thrilling to read is her refusal to ingratiate herself by softening the edges of her resolve. . . . She’s like a pathologist wielding a scalpel, methodically dissecting various specimens of muddled argument to reveal the diseased tissue inside.”—The New York Times­

“Manne’s concept of entitlement is versatile and useful; like the theory of gravity, it has equal power in explaining phenomena both big and small.”—The New Yorker

“With perspicacity and clear, jargon-free language, Manne keeps elevating the discussion to show how male privilege isn’t just about securing and hoarding spoils from women, but an entire moral framework.”The Guardian
“With wincing clarity, Manne explains how a society that organizes itself around the wants and whims of men will radiate that bias into every area of life. . . . Her observations offer that rare brand of insight: the kind so ingenious that it quickly begins to seem obvious.”—The Atlantic

“[A] clear-eyed analysis of misogyny [with] an element of timeliness that translates to something of a gut punch . . . Reading the book is in fact a bit like taking a sweeping tour, a la It’s a Wonderful Life, of one’s history experiencing misogyny, except Manne is a sharper, more astute Clarence. . . . Cathartic.”—Mother Jones

Entitled is the perfect guide to fight an imperfect world.”—Times Higher Education

“Entitled is not just timely, but timeless—sure to be part of the feminist canon.”—Jessica Valenti, columnist and author of Sex Object: A Memoir 

Entitled is the work of a once-in-a-generation mind, and as always, Manne succeeds in leaving feminism richer and more robust than when she found it.”—Moira Donegan, columnist, The Guardian

Entitled is electric.”—Darcy Lockman, author of All the Rage

“Manne weaves feminist theory through a multitude of incidents that reveal patriarchy’s spellbinding matrix . . . Entitled is essential reading.”—Kimberlé Crenshaw, UCLA School of Law and editor of Critical Race Theory

“Kate Manne is among the greatest political philosophers of her generation. Her work is clear, compelling and intellectually devastating . . .”—Laurie Penny, author of Unspeakable Things

“Kate Manne is the Simone de Beauvoir of the 21st century . . . [Her] writing is as breezy as it is sharp and unflinching, and will give any patriarchy-fighter the ammo she needs to keep fighting.”—Amanda Marcotte, author of Troll Nation

Entitled is a clarion call to undo the intimate ravages of patriarchy. . . .”—Imani Perry, author of Breathe  

About the Author

Kate Manne is an associate professor of philosophy at Cornell University, where she has taught since 2013. She did her graduate work at MIT and was a junior fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows. The author of Down Girl, Manne has written for The New York TimesBoston ReviewHuffPostThe Times Literary Supplement, and Politico, among other publications. She was recently named one of the “World’s Top 10 Thinkers” by Prospect (UK).

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  • Publisher : Crown (August 11, 2020)
  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 288 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1984826557
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1984826558
  • Item Weight : 13.6 ounces
  • Dimensions : 5.7 x 1.01 x 8.5 inches
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5.0 out of 5 stars An accessible follow up to Down Girl
By Annie M. Noble on August 23, 2020
In her previous book “Down Girl: the Logic of Misogny,” Kate Manne introduced me to the idea that philosophy could speak to the common lived experience of women. In “Entitled,” Kate Manne has continued to make the philosophical exploration of misogyny relevant and accessible to an every day reader. Even more so that in her previous book, Kate Manne crystallizes in simple language the concerns and questions about how we can examine the “entitlement” of men in order to bring women and non-binary people to the same level of autonomy and freedom that men enjoy.

As an aside, the pun of a book being *titled* “Entitled” continues to give me tremendous joy in an of itself. Kate Manne’s facility with language and the organization of her book feels like a filing system for ideas which otherwise were a jumble of loose papers scattered in my mind. I highly recommend.
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