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Michael Mirer

This was a lovely reflection; always happy to see philosophers read Woolf!

In case you haven't seen it, you might be interested in Sandra M. Donaldson's "Where Does Q Leave Mr. Ramsey," a short essay where she writes about Woolf's relationship with philosophers (and quotes a diary entry of Woolf's that records a conversation with Russell).

Eric Schliesser

Thank you for calling attention to Donaldson's essay, which looks fascinating; I look forward to reading it. (Woolf also had deep family ties to philosophy.)

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