Yet women are, and have always been, philosophers, even when they didn’t get credit for it. The earliest-known women philosophers were those in Pythagoras’ era (6th C B.C.), like Aspasia of Miletus, Hipatia of Alexandria, and Diotima of Mantinea. The latter was Socrates’ teacher, and without a doubt, is one of the unsung heroes of Western philosophy.
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