Simone D Beauvoir
Simone de Beauvoir (1908â€“1986) was a French Existentialist philosopher, thinker, and social theorist best known for her writings on Existentialist ethics and feminist Existentialism, as well as her infamous polyamorous relationship with fellow French Existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre. De Beauvoir wrote a variety of writings on philosophy, politics, and social concerns, and is best known for her metaphysical novels She Came to Stay and The Mandarins. Biographies and her four-volume autobiography, Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter, The Prime of Life, Force of Circumstance, and All Said and Done, are among her many works. De Beauvoir was an outspoken feminist in addition to her philosophical writings; her most renowned philosophical work, The Second Sex, is frequently used in the study of feminism.