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Women Philosophers’ Journal

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Journal of the International Network of Women Philosophers sponsored by UNESCO


ISSN 2225-3351

The Women Philosophers’ Journal, launched in 2011, is conceived as the International Network of Women Philosophers’ major instance of knowledge production, as well as a channel of communication between the members at the international level. This endeavour represents a rare international-scale experience, whose approach is based on a principle of inclusiveness and multidisciplinarity. It shall unite women philosophers of all regions and of all cultures around a common effort, knowingly the very act of thinking by means of different intellectual traditions and academic criteria and usages.

Women philosophers are called upon to address fundamental questions that matter today in the field of intellectual work and its social impact, gender equality, human rights and universality, intercultural dialogue and community-oriented policy.

The Journal also provides an opportunity to publish announcements (in terms of offers and requests) concerning internships, tutoring, educational opportunities, publications, and other opportunities for exchange between women philosophers, doctoral students and researchers in philosophy.

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The Women Philosophers’ Journal is an online journal available in English and French.

The opinions expressed in the Journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UNESCO.