What we get wrong about misogyny

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The ongoing conversation brought to mind an interview I did in with philosopher Kate Manne about the differences between sexism and misogyny and why they matter. You can read our full exchange, which feels newly relevant, below. What is misogyny? How is it different from sexism? And why does the male-dominated status quo seem to persist? A new book by Cornell philosophy professor Kate Manne has answers. Our conversation, lightly edited for clarity, follows. Sean Illing Can you sum up your argument in this book?

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