Philosophers from low-income and working class backgrounds

There’s a fantastic discussion going on at Daily Nous about the largely overlooked topic of philosophers from low-income and working class backgrounds. It’s something that hasn’t been talked about much in recent discussions of under-representation in philosophy, but it no doubt is something that can contribute to experiences of alienation and impostor syndrome in academia.

3 thoughts on “Philosophers from low-income and working class backgrounds

  1. What is your view on the claim, avanced by some on the DN thread, that class disadvantage is more findamental than gender or ethnic disadvantage?

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