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Ancient Philosophy

Aspasia (450 B.C.)

Diotima (400 B.C.)

Early Modern Philosophy

Anna Maria van Schurman (5.11.1607 – 4.05.1678)

Elisabeth of Bohemia (6.12.1618 –11.02.1680)

Margaret Cavendish (1623-15.12.1673)

Anne Conway (14.12.1631-23.02.1679)

Mary Astell (12.11.1666-17.05.1731)

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Émilie du  Châtelet (17.12.1706 -10.09.1749)

Modern Philosophy

Mary Wollstonecraft  (27.04.1759-10.09.1797)

Germaine de Staël (22.04.1766- 14.07.1817)

Mary Shepherd (31.12.1777-07.01.1847)

19th Century Philosophy

Nísia Floresta (12.10.1810-24.04.1885)

Hedwig Dohm (20.09.1831-o1.06.1919)

Christine Ladd-Franklin (01.12.1847-05.03.1930)

Vernon Lee (14.10.1856-13.02.1935)

 

Jane Addams (06.09.1860 –21.05.1935)

Ella Lyman Cabot (26.02.1866-1934)

Olga Hahn-Neurath (20.07.1882-20.07.1937)

Susan Stebbing (02.03.1885-11.09.1943)

by Howard Coster, half-plate film negative, 1939,
© National Portrait Gallery, London
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19th/20th Century Philosophy

Edith Stein (12.10.1891- 09.08.1942)

Gerda Walther (18.03.1897-06.01.1977)

20th Century Philosophy

Maria Zambrano (02.04.1904- 06.02.1991)

Hannah Arendt (14.10.1906- 04.12.1975)

Margaret MacDonald (09.04.1907-07.01.1956)

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Simone de Beauvoir (09.01.1908-14.o4.1986)

Simone Weil (03.02.1909- 24.08. 1943)

Jeanne Hersch (13.07.1910-05.06.2000)

Photos from the Collection/Sammlung Rutishauser,
The Library Am Guisanplatz/Bibliothek am Guisanplatz (BiG), Bern, Switzerland
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20th/21st Century Philosophy

Ágnes Heller (12.05.1929- 19.07.2019)

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