Essays by Women Philosophers

1000-Word Philosophy seeks to publish essays by women philosophers, as well as essays by other philosophers who have been underrepresented in academic philosophy. Below is our current list of essays written by women philosophers, which we very much hope to extend: please see our submission guidelines if you are interested in contributing. 


Hope by Katie Stockdale (and Michael Milona)

Moral Testimony by Annaleigh Curtis


Applied Ethics by Chelsea Haramia

Moral Testimony by Annaleigh Curtis

Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy

Feminism Part 1: The Sameness Approach by Annaleigh Curtis

Feminism Part 2: The Difference Approach by Annaleigh Curtis

Philosophy of Education

Philosophical Inquiry in Childhood by Jana Mohr Lone

Philosophy of Religion

Attributes of God by Bailie Peterson

History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy

Mary Astell’s “A Serious Proposal to the Ladies” (1694) by Simone Webb


Free Will and Moral Responsibility by Chelsea Haramia

Alternate Possibilities and Moral Responsibility by Rachel Bourbaki

Philosophy of Mind and Language

The Extended Mind by Rachel Bourbaki