The Philosophy Image

For this assignment, choose a female philosopher to study below, investigate her biography on the internet, and find a quote, saying, maxim, proverb, motto or precept that you find appealing in one of her works listed beside her name (All of the works listed have freely available English translations that can be found on the Internet, or you can find a saying on a quote warehouse site, as long as the quote is properly attributed to the work listed). 

Take this quote, saying, maxim, proverb, motto or precept and place it on an image that you believe captures or amplifies the meaning of the quote.  On the image, reference the philosopher and the work you found the quote. (See the example I attached as file). 

Then, in a separate document (.docx), briefly explain your Philosophy Image, and why you chose the philosopher, quote and image.

· Diotima of Mantinea (speech in Plato’s Symposium)
· Hildegard of Bingen (Scivias, “Know the ways of the Lord”, Ordo Virtutum, “Order of the Virtues”)
· Heloise of Argenteuil (The Letters of Abelard and Heloise)
· Elisabeth of Bohemia (Correspondence with Rene Descartes)
· Marguerite Porete (The Mirror of Simple Souls)
· Anne Conway (The Principles of the most Ancient and Modern Philosophy) [you can reference this as The Principles to save space on your image]
· Margaret Cavendish (Observations upon Experimental Philosophy) [can reference as Observations]
· Hannah Arendt (The Human Condition)
· Mary Astell (Some Reflections upon Marriage)
· Edith Stein (Finite and Eternal Being)
· Mary Wollstonecraft (A Vindication of the Rights of Woman)
· Elizabeth Anscombe, aka G.E.M. Anscombe (Modern Moral Philosophy)
· Ayn Rand (Atlas Shrugged)

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