Methodos 12 (2012)

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On ne rencontre pas beaucoup de femmes dans les ouvrages d’histoire de la philosophie à l’âge classique. Au mieux, elles tiennent salon ou se montrent de brillantes correspondantes de philosophes ou de savants illustres auxquelles elles doivent leur renommée, comme Lady Ranelagh, la sœur de Robert Boyle, Damaris Masham, fille de Cudworth, amie de Locke et correspondante de Leibniz, ou encore Elisabeth de Bohème ou Christine de Suède, correspondantes de Descartes. Leurs contributions au savoir..
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