Hypatia's daughters: fifteen hundred years of women philosophers

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Indiana University Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 345 pages
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Hypatia's Daughters offers a study of women philosophers from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. Covering a wide spectrum of ideas-- form religion to evolution to political theory-- this unique volume brings creative women thinkers into mainstream discussion of the history of philosophy.

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Nineteen academics contributed to this volume, which, for the first time, provides a sustained overview of the roles women have held in the development of classic Western philosophy. With intelligence ... Read full review

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Nineteen academics contributed to this volume, which, for the first time, provides a sustained overview of the roles women have held in the development of classic Western philosophy. With intelligence ... Read full review

Contents

A Christian Martyr in Reverse
1
Hildegard of Bingen
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A Womans Thought or a Mans Discipline?
25
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