Ernst Brandes (3 October 1758 – 13 May 1810) was a Hannoverian lawyer, official, writer, and scholar. Brandes witnessed the French Revolution as a journalist. Influenced by Edmund Burke, he is regarded by commentators as a voice of conservatism and Anglophile political views during the Enlightenment. His 1787 treatise Ueber die Weiber argued against the emerging feminist notion of the equality of the sexes.
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