As a result of the cooperation between the Federal Universities of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and the University of Paderborn, Dr Katarina Peixoto, Dr Pedro Pricladnitzky and Professor Edgar Marques contributed up to 70 Portuguese translations for the ECC. Through their interest and dedication, they have enriched the resources for our audience offering more scholars, teachers and students access to our latest research. If you are interested in Portuguese articles on human nature in Mercy Otis Warren, Anne Conway’s view on perfectibility, or the concept of God’s mind and human knowledge in the works of Damaris Cudworth Masham, you are welcome to take a look at our ECC: https://historyofwomenphilosophers.org/ecc/#hwps
We are delighted to have Dr Katarina Peixoto, Dr Pedro Pricladnitzky and Professor Edgar Marquez in our Center HWPS network and appreciate their contributions to research on the history of women philosophers and scientists
Dr Katarina Peixoto is a post-doctoral fellow at the Philosophy Department of the Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), where she focuses on the Port-Royal Logic’s theory of representation. Additionally, she is the Organizer of the International Conference “Women in Modern Philosophy” in Rio de Janeiro with her colleague Dr Pedro Pricladnitzky.
In 2019 we welcomed Dr Peixoto at the Libori Summer School organized by the Center HWPS in Paderborn, where she presented her research on “Feminism, history of philosophy and conceptual analysis: an approach of Elisabeth of Bohemia’s Thought.” You can follow the link to watch an interview with Dr Peixoto at the Libori Summer School 2019 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38aIcIeANWs
Dr Pedro Pricladnitzky is a professor for philosophy at the State University of Maringá (UEM). He graduated from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) and continued his studies with his M.A. and PhD in philosophy. He is one of the organizers of the I International Conference “Women in Modern Philosophy” in Rio de Janeiro.
Professor Edgar Marques is a professor of Philosophy at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. His research areas are the philosophy of linguistics, metaphysics and the works of Leibniz and Wittgenstein.