|Journal||Think: Philosophy for Everyone|
|Thematic Cluster/Special Issue||Women in Philosophy|
|Abstract||In this article, I argue that we need to reconsider some of the stylistic principles that (explicitly or|
implicitly) govern writing in analytic philosophy. I suggest that the rules are (i) much more difficult to
justify than might be thought at first sight; and (ii) may possibly be gendered, given what we know
about the reading preferences and writing styles of men and women.
|Google Scholar Link||https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=5455281802954929381&hl=en&as_sdt=0,5|