(in parenthesis) - project devoted to a remarkable group of philosophers who met as young women at Oxford University in World War II: Iris Murdoch, Mary Midgley, Philippa Foot & G.E.M. Anscombe Because “Four of us don’t make a Golden Age”
#marymidgley, with Anscombe, Foot & Murdoch was one of 4 women philosophers at Oxford in WW2. Perhaps because the men were away they developed a style of less combative style of Philosophy, less academic, more concerned with understanding human life.
Tonight’s discussion on was wonderful - about the In Parenthesis Project and the philosophical thinking of Mary Midgley, Elizabeth Anscombe, Philippa Foot and Iris Murdoch
Just been enjoying 's wonderful new website: BRILLIANT RESOURCE ALERT ⏰🧠
Excellent philosophical project by my colleague Clare Mac Cumhaill
If you want to do it for early 20th century philosophy, you can start by looking here. "Analysis," *the* journal of analytic philosophy, was co-founded by Susan Stebbing: See also: