- CFA Second Budapest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy – Personal identity, self-interpretation
- CFP History of Moral and Political Philosophy: Radicalism and Compromise
- CFA Penser l’égalité des sexes au XVIIe siècle / Constructing the equality of the sexes in C17 France
- CFA: Women in Early Modern Philosophy
- BJHP Special Issue :Women Philosophers
Category Archives: Mary Wollstonecraft
The contributions of Mary Wollstonecraft to contemporary issues in philosophy 1-2 June 2017 Bilkent University (Room A130) Keynote speakers: Sarah Hutton (York) Hatice Nur Erkizan (Muğla) Full details and program here.
The authors of this blog are getting together again, with some illustrious companions, to discuss the social and political philosophy of Wollstonecraft. Here is the advert, below. Please come and join in the discussion!
We like Roberta Wedge’s blog A Vindication of the Rights of Mary and anyone interested in the person of Mary Wollstonecraft will like it too.
On the 23 February 1792 Mary Wollstonecraft published A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, a book that has become a milestone in the history of political philosophy and one of the founding texts of feminist political thought. On the 220th … Continue reading
Last week was the 220th anniversary of the publication of Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Lena Halldenius (Lund) and Martina Reuter (Helsinki) organised a one day symposium at Lund University: Mary Wollstonecraft: Philosophy and Enlightenment. This … Continue reading