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Rebecca Buxton

Rebecca Buxton co-edited, with Lisa Whiting, The Philosopher Queens: The lives and legacies of philosophy’s unsung women (2020). Reece Stafferton sat down with her to discuss the dilemmas women face, and have faced, when encountering philosophy, which throughout history has been dominated by men.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023: Interview]

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft

Sara Bizarro reviews a classic: Mary Wollstonecraft’s pioneering Vindication of the Rights of Woman.
[Issue 147: December 2021 / January 2022: Classics]

Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism by Kristen R. Ghodsee

Amber Edwards surveys the position of women under socialism.
[Issue 145: August/September 2021: Books]

Cuties (Mignonnes)

Majalli Fatah rips apart a so-called ‘feminist’ critique of an uncomfortable feminist film.
[Issue 142: February/March 2021: Films]

Perfect Me by Heather Widdows

A ‘feminish’ book, reviewed by Stuart Hannabuss, reflects on beauty and otherness.
[Issue 141: December 2020 / January 2021: Books]

Xenofeminism by Helen Hester

A ‘feminish’ book, reviewed by Dharmender Dhillon, reflects on beauty and otherness.
[Issue 141: December 2020 / January 2021: Books]

Down Girl by Kate Manne

Amber Edwards considers a new understanding of misogyny.
[Issue 133: August/September 2019: Books]

An Unwanted Visitation

Craig Potter on a conversation out of time.
[Issue 131: April/May 2019: Short Story]

Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797)

Sandrine Bergès considers the too short wanderings of a political philosopher.
[Issue 128: October/November 2018: Brief Lives]

A Vindication of A Vindication

Peter Adamson asks what Mary Wollstonecraft wanted.
[Issue 128: October/November 2018: Philosophy Then]

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