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When you visit this web site I hope you find browsing and reading it both a learning experience and a pleasure. I spend an enormous amount of time researching topics for inclusion on this site. I feel it a service to provide so much free research based information to readers.
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As stated on the About us page, I am a retired college professor who has been researching women philosophers and their works for over 25 years. I think this is an important but under served area of study. Someday every college and university in the world will integrate the workof women philosophers into their philosophy curriculum and when that happens the whole history of philosophy will be revolutionized. hen that happens, there will belittle need for this web site because the information contained here will be 'commonplace' knowledge.
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