© Fanny del Río 2018
The histories of philosophy in Mexico published between 1943 and 2016 display gender inequality, as they include many more male than female authors. But are they a true and objective portrayal of women’s participation in, and contribution to, Mexican philosophy? In this essay I discuss why we should perform an ethical revision of the selection criteria used in the histories of philosophy in Mexico, and I will present some proposals that I believe could help repair the epistemic injustice that women have been historically subjected to in this field.
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del Rio, Fanny (2018) "Notes for an Ethical Critique of the Histories of Philosophy in Mexico: Searching for the Place of Women," Essays in Philosophy: Vol. 19: Iss. 1, Article 3. https://doi.org/10.7710/1526-0569.1596