Coined by Riane Eisler in The Chalice and the Blade (1987) from Ancient Greek γυνή (gynē, “woman”), λύειν (lyein) or λύω (lyō, “to solve, resolve; to dissolve, set free”), and ἀνήρ (anēr, “man”).
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