The Present article studies epistemological and sociological dimensions of feminism theories, using documentary and analytical methods, to examine the relationship between Feminism as an emancipatory social movement and the problem of human totality. The most important criticism about views of modern and postmodern feminism movements is related to their inability to provide a general concept for the emancipation of human subject and, conversely, construct a basic gap between the two halves of human being. These two currents of thought which have been influenced by different socio- epistemological conditions especially due to changing conditions of the last years of the century and formation of Post feminism theories are subject to criticizing and rethinking. Post feminism has different tendencies, one tendency is, basically, denying the feminist achievements and announces its obsoleteness, but the other tendency, is trying to provide a relevant perspective for paying attention to emancipation of women and the totality of human being, simultaneously. In the present paper, this critical and continuing tendency has been studied in terms of their ways of constructing the dual subject of human being.