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Philosophy: Internet Resources

The guide is designed for use primarily by Philosophy majors, graduate students and faculty.

Comprehensive Sites

Episteme Links
This site includes thousands of links to philosophy resources on the internet as well as assorted other features, including a humor section.

Philosophy Resources on the World Wide Web
Compiled by a librarian at the University of Adelaide.

Professional Organizations

American Philosophical Association
The organization's home page.

St. Louis Univeristy Department of Philosophy
Click on "links" to see additional sites partially overlapping with this list.

Other Sites of Interest

Ethics Updates
This site is "designed primarily to be used by ethics instructors and their students. It is intended to provide updates on current literature, both popular and professional, that relates to ethics." An outstanding site.

Mission Critical
An interactive tutorial covering basic concepts of logic and reasoning.  For a humorous supplement, see the Monty Python sketch, "Monty Python's Argument Clinic",  [].

Thomas (Aquinas) Institute, Utrecht
One example of many sites devoted to a specific philosopher. The "tools" section has a guide for researchers unfamiliar with Thomas Aquinas and12th-century scholasticism. Provides background information,  methodological suggestions, primary resource lists, and secondary source recommendations.

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