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It's only slightly related to the post, but have you read Nancy Bauer's rather negative review of the Borde and Malovany-Chevallier translation of The Second Sex? See: https://ndpr.nd.edu/reviews/the-second-sex/ Given that she also notes very serious problems (almost certainly worse) this is probably still the best option for those of us who can't read French, but it's unfortunate that there's not a better option available, given Bauer's criticisms.

Eric Schliesser

Hi Matt,
I had forgotten that! (Makes me regret not looking at the French while writing the post.) I don't find it as unreadable as she suggests, but then again most of my academic life I have been reading Ciceronian length sentences in different languages.

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