Simone de Beauvoir

[Revised entry by Debra Bergoffen on August 5, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] There are some thinkers who are, from the very beginning, unambiguously identified as philosophers (e.g.,
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[Revised entry by Debra Bergoffen on August 5, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] There are some thinkers who are, from the very beginning, unambiguously identified as philosophers (e.g., Plato). There are others whose philosophical place is forever contested (e.g., Nietzsche); and there are those who have gradually won the right to be...

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