The Concept of Woman Central to Philosophy

Kathryn Rombs, Ph.D. // Metaphysics of Motherhood


December 21  

“It is often incorrectly assumed that philosophers have concerned themselves with the intertwining concepts of woman and man only during the last two centuries. . . ¬†Careful research reveals, however, that nearly every single philosopher over the first two thousand years of western philosophy thought about the identity of woman in relation to man.”

–Sr. Prudence Allen,¬†The Concept of Woman, 1985

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