An Italian mathematician, philosopher, and humanitarian. The first woman to publish a mathematics book and the first in the Western world to receive a reputation in mathematics.
French feminist philosopher, linguist, psycholinguist, and psychoanalyst who examined the uses and misuses of language in relation to women.
A Polish-born German revolutionary socialist, anti-war activist, and Marxist philosopher.
A British writer, philosopher, and an early advocate of women's rights to educational and social equality. Considered one of the founding feminist philosophers.
Scholar, author, poet, feminist theorist, and cultural critic.
A political theorist and philosopher, one of the leading political thinkers of the 20th century. Known for her critical writing on Jewish affairs and her contribution to modern radicalism theories.
A French writer, social theorist, political activist, and existentialist philosopher who laid the foundation of the 20th-century feminist movement.
An American philosopher who has made a significant contribution to Queer Theory, Gender and Sexuality Theory, and Feminism.
A pioneer leading philosopher and activist of Women's Suffrage Movement in the USA, and women’s rights.