|Author(s)||Hannah Marije Altorf|
|Journal||Think: Philosophy for Everyone|
|Thematic Cluster/Special Issue||Women in Philosophy|
|Abstract||If you ask people ‘What does a philosopher look like?’, their first response is often an image of an elderly man with a beard. This image can be explained by looking at philosophy’s history, which has been dominated by a very select group of men. Yet, in recent years it has become obvious that the history of philosophy is not as monochrome as is often assumed. In this article, I consider how the inclusion of different voices in the history of philosophy should impel us to rethink the ways in which the history of philosophy is told.|
|Google Scholar Link||https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=12314506439016542852&hl=en&as_sdt=0,5|
What Does a Philosopher Look Like? Women in the History of Philosophy”
Content Diversity, Gender, Journal Article, Methodological and Content Diversity, Perception of Philosophers/Philosophy, Qualitative Studies, Theorizing, Unspecified Status
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