From abstract theories about trolley problems and the ethics of murder, to more tangible ideas about thinking in isolation and being a moral person, the Women in Parenthesis podcast explores the philosophical writings of four major female philosophers of the 20th century. These short episodes focus on various themes from the works of Mary Midgley, Iris Murdoch, Philippa Foot, and Elizabeth Anscombe, often through interviews with scholars studying these women. This podcast was created by In Parenthesis intern Amy Ward, a student in philosophy at Mount Allison University.

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