Discover More Women Philosophers at Philosop-her

Discover More Women Philosophers at Philosop-her November 22, 2014

I just came across Meena Krishnamurthy’s philosophy blog highlighting the work of women philosophers called Philosop-her. Each blog post is a rigorous and representative philosophical article from a different featured woman philosopher.

Here’s a full table of contents of the blog’s posts so far:

November 21, 2014: Susanna Siegel (Harvard) “The Rationality of Perception”

November 14, 2014: Heather Logue (Leeds) “How You Know You’re Not in the Matrix”

November 7, 2014: Connie Rosati (Arizona) “On Reasons of Personal Good”

October 31, 2014: Lisa Bortolotti (Birmingham) “Reverse Othello Syndrome and Epistemic Innocence”

October 24, 2014: Robin Jeshion (USC) “Slurs, Dehumanization, and the Expression of Contempt” 

October 17, 2014: Christine Korsgaard (Harvard) “Provisional Rights and the State” 

October 10, 2014: Janice Dowell (Syracuse) “Constructing and Justifying Semantic and Metasemantic Theories”

August 15, 2014: Kyla Ebels-Duggan (Northwestern) “How Not to Solve the Liberal Dilemma of Childrearing”

July 18, 2014: Jules Holroyd (Nottingham) “What Needs Repairing? Race and Reparations”

May 9, 2014: Luara Ferracioli (Universiteit van Amsterdam) “On the Value of Intimacy in Procreation”

April 28, 2014: Carrie Ichikawa Jenkins (UBC) “Modal Monogamy”

April 11, 2014: Adrienne Martin (UPenn) “Consumer Complicity in Factory Farming”

April 4, 2014: Rosa Terlazzo (Kansas State) “Children, Adults, and Adaptive Preferences”

March 28, 2014: Esa Diaz-Leon (Manitoba) “Is Sexual Orientation A Choice? A Response to Wilkerson”

March 14, 2014: Miriam Ronzoni (Manchester) a response to Kristina Meshelski and Sally Haslanger

March 7, 2014: Kristina Meshelski (CSU, Northridge) a response to Sally Haslanger

February 28, 2014: Rae Langton (Cambridge) “Free speech, media speech, and objectifying speech”

February 14, 2014: Lisa Fuller (SUNY, Albany) “Transforming Philosophy: A Proposal”

February 7, 2014: Julia Driver (Washington, StL) on moral complicity.

January 31, 2014: Sally Haslanger (MIT) “What is the Domain of Social (not Political?) Justice”

January 17, 2014: Anca Gheaus (Sheffield) “Gender justice and the costs of sexist norms”

November 29, 2013: Sarah Goff (LSE) “The Components of a Coercive Act”

November 22, 2013: Judith Lichtenberg (Georgetown) “Paltry Misfortunes and the Ruin of Millions”

October 25, 2013: Rekha Nath (Alabama) on equality

October 18, 2013: Japa Pallikkathayil (Pittsburgh) “Morality and the Market”

September 27, 2013: Nicole Hassoun (Binghamton) a reply to Meena Krishnamurthy

September 20, 2013: Michele Moody-Adams (Columbia) “Political Philosophy or Political Theory:  A Distinction without a Difference?”

August 2, 2013: Erin Taylor (Cornell) “On Rejecting Voluntarism, Willingly and Knowingly”

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