[EBOOK / KINDLE] A History of Women Philosophers Ancient Women Philosophers 600 BC 500 AD v 1 History of Women Philosophers BY Mary Ellen Waithe

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A History of Women Philosophers Ancient Women Philosophers 600 BC 500 AD v 1 History of Women Philosophers

review A History of Women Philosophers Ancient Women Philosophers 600 BC 500 AD v 1 History of Women Philosophers 103 Mary Ellen Waithe · 3 summary Edited by Mary Ellen Waithe Series HISTORY OF WOMEN PHILOSOPHERS volume 1 This first volume in a set of four chronicles the contributions women have made to that most abstract of intellectual disciplines philosophy Translations of the aphorisms of Theano the feminist ethical writings of Theano II Phintys and Perictione the socio political theory of Aesara of Lucania and the Sophias of Perictione II demonstrate that women have been philosophers.

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review A History of Women Philosophers Ancient Women Philosophers 600 BC 500 AD v 1 History of Women Philosophers 103 Mary Ellen Waithe · 3 summary S philosophic circle testify to ancient women's philosophical enterprises A chapter describing the philosophic schools headed by Arete of Cyrene and by Asclepigenia as well as the philosophic activities of Cleobuline of Rhodes Hipparchia Axiothea and Lasthenia completes the survey of ancient women's philosophical legacy Martinus Nijhoff Publishers Dordrecht April 1987 256 pp Hardbound Dfl16900 BrP6750 April 1987 256 pp Paperback Dfl5600 BrP225.

free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Mary Ellen Waithe

review A History of Women Philosophers Ancient Women Philosophers 600 BC 500 AD v 1 History of Women Philosophers 103 Mary Ellen Waithe · 3 summary Since circa 600 BC A chapter on Aspasia author of the Epitaphia reported by Socrates in Plato's Menexenus describes her role as a rhetorician This volume challenges the view that Diotima was not a philosopher but was Plato's only fictitious character The discussion of Hypatia's Commentaries on Diophantus and on Ptolemy belies the Suda's claim that all of her writings have perished Chapters on Makrina's Christian philosophy and on Julia Domna'.

  • Hardcover
  • 229
  • A History of Women Philosophers Ancient Women Philosophers 600 BC 500 AD v 1 History of Women Philosophers
  • Mary Ellen Waithe
  • English
  • 19 June 2020
  • 9789024733484