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Foreword: Including Women in "Ancient and Medieval Philosophies," Henry R. West xi Preface, Karen J Warren xiii Lead Essay: 2,600 Years of the History of Western Philosophy Without Womenf This Book as a Unique, Gender-Inclusive Alternative, Karen J. Warren 1 1 Plato and Diotima 27 Introduction by Karen . Warren 27 Excerpts of Writings by Plato and Speech Attributed to Diotima 36 Commentary by Eve A. Browning, Diotima and Plato: On Love, Desire, and Wisdom 53 2 Aristotle and the Late Pythagorean Women Periktione and Theano 63 Introduction by Karen J. Warren 63 Excerpts of Writings by Aristotle and the Late Pythagorean Women 67 Commentary by Vicki Lynn Harper, The Late Pythagorean Women and Aristotle: Contextual Ethics 78 3 Augustine and Hildegard 93 Introduction by Karen J Warren 93 Excerpts of Writings by Augustine and Hildegard 97 Commentary by Judith Chelius Stark, Hildegard of Bingen and Augustine of Hippo: A Conversation Across Centuries 115 4 Abelard and Heloise 127 Introduction by Karen j Warren 127 Excerpts of Writings by Abelard and Heloise 131 Commentary by Mary Ellen Waithe, Heloise and Abelard: Love, Sex, and Morality 147 5 Descartes and Elisabeth 157 Introduction by Karen . Warren 157 Excerpts of Writings from the Correspondence of Descartes and Elisabeth 161 Commentary by Andrea Nye, Princess Elisabeth and Descartes: A Philosophical Correspondence 177 6 Hobbes and Macaulay 189 Introduction by Karen J Warren 189 Excerpts of Writings by Hobbes and Macaulay 193 Commentary by Catherine Villanueva Gardner, Macaulay and Hobbes: Citizens and Subjects 211 7 Locke and Masham 223 Introduction by Karen . Warren 223 Excerpts of Writings by Locke and Masham 228 Commentary by Lois Frankel, Masham and Locke: Reason, Religion, and Education 245 8 Leibniz and Conway 259 Introduction by Karen J. Warren 259 Excerpts of Writings by Leibniz and Conway 263 Commentary by Jane Duran, Conway and Leibniz: The Ideal and the Real 277 9 Rousseau and Wollstonecraft 289 Introduction by Karen J Warren 289 Excerpts of Writings by Rousseau and Wollstonecraft 293 Commentary by Kate Lindemann, Wollstonecraft and Rousseau: Philosophers of Controversy 305 10 Kant and van Schurman 317 Introduction by Karen J Warren 317 Excerpts of Writings by Kant and van Schurman 323 Commentary by Therese Boos Dykeman, van Schurman and Kant: Logic in The Learned Maid; Thinking in Critique of Pure Reason 342 11 Mill and Taylor 355 Introduction by Karen J Warren 355 Excerpts of Writings by Mill and Taylor 359 Commentary byJo Ellen Jacobs, Taylor and Mill: Joining Forces to Contest the Subordination of Women 380 12 Heidegger and Arendt 389 Introduction by Karen J. Warren 389 Excerpts of Writings by Heidegger and Arendt 392 Commentary by Elizabeth Minnich, Arendt and Heidegger: The Life of the Mind, the Life of Action 404 13 Dewey and Addams 419 Introduction by KarenJ. Warren 419 Excerpts of Writings by Dewey and Addams 423 Commentary by Marilyn Fischer, Addams and Dewey: Pragmatism, Expression, and Community 441 14 Wittgenstein and Anscombe 455 Introduction by KarenJ. Warren 455 Excerpts of Writings by Wittgenstein and Anscombe 460 Commentary by Joy Laine, Anscombe and Wiggenstein: A Public Voice for Philosophy 476 15 Sartre and Beauvoir 489 Introduction by Karen J. Warren 489 Excerpts of Writings by Sartre and Beauvoir 493 Commentary by Edward Fullbrook and Margaret A. Simons, Beauvoir and Sartre: The Problem of the Other 509 Appendix A: Some Women Philosophers 525 Appendix B: 2,600 Years of Gender-Exclusive Philosophy: Enough is Enough! A Student Perspective by the Book's Research Assistant Audun Solli 531