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This book brings together essential writings by the unjustly neglected nineteenth-century philosopher Frances Power Cobbe (1822-1904). A prominent ethicist, feminist, champion of animal welfare, and critic of Darwinism and atheism, Cobbe was very well known and highly regarded in the Victorian era. Together, these writings demonstrate the range, systematicity and philosophical character of Cobbe's work and make her core ethical theory and its central applications and developments available for teaching and scholarship.

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This book brings together essential writings by the unjustly neglected nineteenth-century philosopher Frances Power Cobbe (1822-1904). A prominent ethicist, feminist, champion of animal welfare, and critic of Darwinism and atheism, Cobbe was very well known and highly regarded in the Victorian era. Together, these writings demonstrate the range, systematicity and philosophical character of Cobbe's work and make her core ethical theory and its central applications and developments available for teaching and scholarship.
Autorenporträt
Alison Stone is Professor of European Philosophy at Lancaster University, UK. She specializes in feminist philosophy and post-Kantian European philosophy. She has published on Hegel, German idealism and Romanticism, the aesthetics of popular music, psychoanalysis, motherhood, and French feminism. Her most recent book is Being Born: Birth and Philosophy (OUP 2018). She has also co-edited the Routledge Companion to Feminist Philosophy (with Ann Garry and Serene J. Khader). She is currently researching women in nineteenth-century British philosophy and co-editing (with Lydia Moland) the Oxford Handbook of American and British Women Philosophers in the Nineteenth Century.