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Debate: Male philosophy

Updated Tuesday 30th December 2008

DMWessel, community member, spotted a surprising statistic

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Here's a list of great philosophers:
http://users.ox.ac.uk/~worc0337/philosophers.html

It's 99% men, why is that?

 

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