<biography, history of philosophy> English philosopher (1659-1708). The daughter of Ralph Cudworth and an intimate friend of John Locke, Masham used religious arguments to encourage the education of women in Occasional Thoughts in Reference to a Christian Life (1694) and A Discourse concerning the Love of God (1696). Recommended Reading: Women Philosophers of the Early Modern Period, ed. by Margaret Atherton (Hackett, 1994).
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