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Women’s Works

Peter Adamson thinks about the women in the history of philosophy.
[Issue 111 :: December 2015 / January 2016 :: Philosophy Then]


Susan Hopkins isn’t clueless about feminism’s Nietzsche.
[Issue 109 :: August/September 2015 :: Films]

Julia Kristeva

Dale DeBakcsy tells us how to not mean what we can’t say.
[Issue 107 :: April/May 2015 :: Brief Lives]

The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir

Emily Anne Parker has a second look at The Second Sex.
[Issue 82 :: January/February 2011 :: Books]

Mary Daly & Feminist Philosophy

Jennifer Benson urges you to add some sin to your bookshelf.
[Issue 77 :: February/March 2010 :: Obituary]

Nature Ethics: An Ecofeminist Perspective by Marti Kheel

Lisa Kemmerer analyses a feminist analysis of hunting.
[Issue 75 :: September/October 2009 :: Books]

Becoming A Woman: Simone de Beauvoir on Female Embodiment

Felicity Joseph finds that sometimes it’s hard to become a woman.
[Issue 69 :: September/October 2008 :: Simone de Beauvoir]

The Accents of Her Ruby Lips

Annina Lehmann argues that wearing lipstick is a choice which shows that though we’re influenced by society, we can still make decisions about who we want to be.
[Issue 69 :: September/October 2008 :: Simone de Beauvoir]

The Second Sex

Sally Scholz traces the major currents of Simone de Beauvoir’s main work.
[Issue 69 :: September/October 2008 :: Simone de Beauvoir]

The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf

Ernest Dempsey gives a feminist analysis of Virginia Woolf’s first novel.
[Issue 60 :: March/April 2007 :: Books]

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