Simone Weil: el legado de un pensar radical


From the observation that there are few links among the great women who have affirmed their willingness to think in the first half of the twentieth century, the article makes a short journey beginning from the possibility to use Arendt's notion of "hidden tradition" to describe the fact that among these thinkers there is more coincidence than influence and arriving at the verification that most of them had read Simone Weil's writings and, despite doing so in very different ways, for all of them the figure of the French philosopher seems to have been a source of authority.

DOI Code: 10.1285/i18285368aXXIXn87p10

Keywords: Hidden tradition; authority; 20th Women Philosophers; Contemporary Philosophy; Philosophy and Gender; Simone Weil

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