The Oxford handbook of American and British women philosophers in the nineteenth century / edited by Lydia Moland, Alison Laura Stone.

New York : Oxford University Press, 2023.
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  • Mary Wollstonecraft and Wollstonecraftian Philosophy / Alan Coffee
  • Constance Naden / Clare Stainthorp
  • Vernon Lee, Influenced and Influencer: Lee's Aesthetic Philosophy, 1880-1914 / Sally Blackburn-Daniels
  • Utopian Socialism in Britain / Federica Falchi
  • Elizabeth Hamilton: Moral Philosophy and Early Childhood Education / Claire Grogan
  • Utilitarianism / Catherine Villanueva Gardner
  • From the French Revolution to Nineteenth Century America: Germaine de Staël's Influence on Louisa May Alcott and Anna Julia Cooper / Sandrine Bergès
  • Mary Shelley and Post-Apocalyptic Literature and Philosophy / Eileen M. Hunt
  • Literature as Philosophy: Does It Matter That George Eliot Wrote Fiction? / Patrick Fessenbecker
  • Feminism and Women's Rights in Great Britain and Ireland: Tracking Developments and Debates through the Case of Helen Taylor / Janet Smith
  • Suffrage as Philosophy: Women Theorizing the Vote in Britain, 1792-1918 / Arianne Chernock
  • Sexual Politics and Ethics: Josephine Butler / Frédéric Regard
  • Science, Religion, and Morality: Debates among Cobbe, Wedgwood, Lee, and Besant / Alison Laura Stone
  • Harriet Martineau and the Empire Question / Deborah A. Logan
  • Augusta Ada Lovelace (1815-1852): Ontology and Ethics of Operativity / Sybille Krämer.
  • 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780197558898.001.0001
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