Standard Name: Marsden, Dora
Birth Name: Dora Marsden
Following a notorious suffrage career, The Freewoman, The New Freewoman, and The Egoist. She then wrote several books on the intersections among philosophy, religion, and science. Repeating the pattern of her lifetime, much of the critical attention accorded to Marsden in recent decades has focussed primarily on her early feminist activities and associations, rather than her pursuits in The Egoist or her monographs.founded, edited, and wrote for the highly influential journals
Marsden, Dora. The Definition of the Godhead. Egoist, 1928.
Marsden, Dora, and Harriet Shaw Weaver, editors. The Egoist. Robert Johnson.
Marsden, Dora, and Harriet Shaw Weaver, editors. The Egoist. Kraus.
Marsden, Dora, and Mary Gawthorpe, editors. The Freewoman. Printed by Hazell, Watson, and Viney.
Marsden, Dora. The Mysteries of Christianity. Egoist, 1930.
Marsden, Dora, editor. The New Freewoman. Printed by Hazell, Watson, and Viney.
Marsden, Dora. The Philosophy of Time. Holywell, 1955.