We often assume that a highly ascetic, analytical and rational field like philosophy is meant for men, because women are considered to be more emotional beings. Our attitudes could be one of the reasons why the image old men, with flowing beards, flash on our vision when we think of philosophers. How surprising it is to realize that long before the Father of Philosophy- Plato, could make his mark on the field, a woman, En Hedu’Anna, was doing philosophy in 2285–2250 BCE in the area now designated as Syria/Iraq. Many women have overcome the obstacles like alienation, loneliness, implicit bias, stereotype threat, micro aggression, and outright discrimination to set milestones in the field of philosophy. It was a woman who established the distinction between philosophy and empirical science and it was also a woman who introduced professional philosophy in USA. Here is the list of 8 widely popular female philosophers of all time, who left an inedible mark on the field of philosophy.