Sources for additional research. Not all are scholarly.
Best of the Web, Philosophy: New York Public Library’s gateway to resources on the web related to the study of Philosophy.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Provides “detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy.” Articles are written by specific scholars. Length and extent of articles varies. University of Tennessee, Martin.
The Ism Book: Online dictionary of philosophical terms.
Paideia Project Online: Access to the nearly 1000 papers presented at the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Mass., August 10-15, 1998).
PhilPapers: Online Researh in Philosophy: PhilPapers is a comprehensive directory of online philosophical articles and books by academic philosophers.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Stanford University’s Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a refereed source for information on philosophical terms that is updated regularly.
Philosophy at Bristol: “This is a blog hosted by philosophers at Bristol, which will support podcasts by members of the department. It is intended to be of interest primarily to non-professional philosophers, such as those studying philosophy at school or who are just interested in the subject.”
Philosophy of Mind podcast (John Searle): 'The single most important question in philosophy and in intellectual life generally at the present time is this: How, if at all, can we reconcile a certain conception that we have of ourselves as conscious, free, rational, ethical, language using, social and political human beings in a world consisting entirely of mindless, meaningless physical particles..."
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