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Friday, March 23, 2018

Landmark moments for women in philosophy [timeline] | OUPblog

Catherine Pugh, Marketing Assistant at Oxford University Press in Oxford, UK. summarizes, "This March, in recognition of Women’s History Month, the OUP Philosophy team will be celebrating Women in Philosophy." 

Nine Living Muses of Great Britain by Richard Samuel. 
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The philosophy discipline has long been perceived as male-dominated, so we want to recognize some of the incredible female philosophers from the past including Simone de Beauvoir, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Hannah Arendt, plus female philosophers doing great things in 2018 like Martha Nussbaum, Clare Chambers, and Kate Manne.

Find these and more in our reading list below, highlighting recent works in the field of feminist philosophy and classic female philosophers. Visit our Women in Philosophy page for more book recommendations, along with free access to online products and journal articles focusing on female philosophers and feminist philosophy.
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  Blue and Gold Cover Book by Negative Space.
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Women in philosophy: A reading list by Catherine Pugh, Marketing Assistant at Oxford University Press in Oxford, UK.

Source: OUPblog (blog)   


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