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36) Equally significant during these early years were the writings of Aleksander Swietochowski, particularly those addressing women's access to education and the institution of marriage.
In Poland, as elsewhere, the debate over the role of women in "modern" society was inititally dominated by male intellectuals, particularly by the leading lights of liberal Warsaw "positivitism" such as Aleksander Swietochowski and Boleslaw Prus.
Such calls led to a spirited debate between Swietochowski and Paulina Kuczalska-Reinschmit, perhaps the leading fin-de-siecle Polish feminist, at the 1907 Warsaw Women's Congress as well as in the pages of Ster; see Paulina Kuczalska-Reinschmit, "Slowko wyjasnienia" and Aleksander Swietochowski, "Mowa," Ster, no.