After reading part of Wollstonecraft’s “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman,” I believe it was overall an Enlightenment argument. For example, in the first page she explains that she’s going to refrain from a lot of frilly language and then there’s two other specific excerpts of text that I think demonstrate how she framed her argument with reason and logic. On page 295, the words”Society, therefore, as it becomes more enlightened, should be very careful not to establish bodies of men who must necessarily be made foolish or vicious by the very constitution of their profession” is referring to military professions and how it causes men to accumulate poor habits and inappropriate behavior. The word “enlightenment” would have had a connotation with The Enlightenment movement and thus I don’t think it was by complete accident she used the word. Additionally, on page 299 Wollstonecraft writes, “But I wish to speak the simple language of truth, and rather to address the head than the heart.” This also shows how Wollstonecraft wanted her argument to be framed around very clear, logical reasons which would help her leave a lasting point about how women need to be treated as female counterparts to men, rather than beings idolized for lust and beauty.