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Presenting women philosophers
Tougas, Cecile T. (Cecile Thérèse), 1947-
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Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2000.
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xvii, 266 pages ; 26 cm.
Why have there been so few women philosophers? / Gerda Lerner -- Introduction to A voice from the south / Mary Helen Washington -- Hildegard of Bingen: a new medieval philosopher? / Helen J. John -- Ednah Dow Cheney's American aesthetics / Therese B. Dykeman -- Jane Addams's feminist ethics / Marilyn Fischer -- Moral wisdom in the black women's literary tradition / Katie Geneva Cannon -- Susanne K. Langer's conception of "symbol": making connections through ambiguity / Beatrice K. Nelson -- Hannah Arendt: on the relation of thinking and morality / Elizateth K. Minnich -- Hannah Arendt and Susan Griffin: toward a feminist metahistory / Shari Stone-Mediatore -- Finding new roots as a woman philosopher / Sara Ebenreck -- Heloise and Abelard / Mary Ellen Waithe -- Elisabeth, Princess Palatine: letters to René Descarates / Andrea Nye -- Gloria Anzaldúa's Borderlands/La frontera and René Descartes's Discourse on method: moving beyond the canon in discussion of philosophical ideas / Lisa A. Bergin -- Mary Astell: a pre-humean Christian empiricist and feminist / Jane Duran -- Harriet Taylor Mill's collaboration with John Stuart Mill / Jo Ellen Jacobs -- Poems from Fifty forms for fifty philosophies / Veda A. Cobb-Stevens -- Philosophical friendship, 1996: a postscript / Cecile T. Tougas -- Christine de Pizan and Jehanne dÁrc: above all the heroes past / Tracy Adams -- Madame de Sablé's moral philosophy: a Jansenist salon / John J. Conley -- A woman-centered philosophy: an alternative to enlightenment thought (1700-1750) / Ann Willeford -- Madame de Condorcet's letters on sympathy / Karin Brown -- Iris Murdoch: love and The bell / Patricia J. O'Connor -- Why I have worked on this book for several years / Cecile T. Tougas.
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