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Kathleen Nott and the “problem” of the female atheist

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A noteworthy absentee from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is Kathleen Nott (1905-1999), who I came across recently. Nott was a poet, novelist, humanist and philosopher, and I think she deserves more attention.[1] I came across Nott because she wrote the introduction to a rare species of book – the autobiography of a female… Continue reading