Articles consist of 100-300 words and explain a concept as it was developed by a woman philosopher. Accompanying each article is a short bibliography of the most relevant research literature in which that philosopher’s concept is developed or discussed.
We are looking for contributions to concepts of (early) women phenomenologists such as Edith Stein, Gerda Walther, Hedwig Conrad-Martius, Else Voigtländer, María Zambrano, Erica Sehl, Margarete Calinich and others. Authors may suggest concepts which they deem central to their work or inquire for suggestions.
Every article is peer-reviewed and receives a DOI-number (digital object identifier). Authors are required to have researched the respective phenomenologist previously.
Link to example article “Inner Joining” by Gerda Walther
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The Encyclopedia of Concise Concepts by Women Philosophers is a project led by Ruth Hagengruber and Mary Ellen Waithe at the Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (HWPS), Paderborn University.
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