Philosophy in the Library: How Women Changed the Course of Philosophy, 1300-1700

Thu, Apr 27 2017
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Central Library, Dweck Center

Philosophy in the Library: How Women Changed the Course of Philosophy, 1300-1700 Philosophy in the Library: How Women Changed the Course of Philosophy, 1300-1700 Philosophy in the Library: How Women Changed the Course of Philosophy, 1300-1700 Philosophy in the Library: How Women Changed the Course of Philosophy, 1300-1700 BPL Presents


Christia Mercer explores ideas drawn from medieval Europe’s most innovative women and shows how their views about self-knowledge, cognition, and truth laid the groundwork for early modern philosophy.

Presented by Brooklyn Public Philosophers.

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Christia Mercer explores ideas drawn from medieval Europe’s most innovative women and shows how their views about self-knowledge, cognition, and truth laid the groundwork for early modern philosophy.

Presented by Brooklyn Public Philosophers.

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