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06/29/2020

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Lisa

Thanks, Eric. Reading women thinkers, noticing how women are systematically excluded from mainstream discussion, and then thinking about how to remedy that exclusion can have broad-based impact.

Margaret Atherton

Indeed, what Lisa said. But I was also struck that Ryan’s book was published as recently as 2012. I guess I would have hoped for more penetration by then of the idea that women thinkers are worth reading and talking about. I am especially shocked by the treatment of Harriet Taylor Mill.

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