Sophia, who appears in various philosophical and religious traditions as the personification of (divine) wisdom, stands symbolically for female-read persons in philosophy and shows a counter-image to the steretoypical image of the male philosopher. As the patron of the exhibition, Sophia points out that female philosophers, even though they are usually underrepresented, have always been part of philosophy and have made an essential contribution to its development. philoSOPHIA focuses on women philosophers and female philosophers and offers them a public forum for their thinking. Who are they and what moves them? What are their stories? What are the reasons for their invisibilityThe exhibition was curated by Chiara Monaco and Tanja Liebschwager and takes place in the framework ofphilExpo22 - A Week of Philosophy in Switzerland.Opening hoursMo. - Thu. 14h to 19hFri. - Sun. 11h to 17hCoffee and cake on Sat. 14 May 15h to 17hContributors and additional information:Chiara Monaco and Tanja Liebschwager
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