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Shelf Location: General B 72 .T34 1972
Shelf Location: REF B 41 .C66 2005
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Shelf Location: REF B 41 .B53 1994
Shelf Location: REF B 51 .R68 1998 (10 vols. including index)
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Shelf Location: General BD 111 .B57 2002
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"Kemerling's 1,000 entries cover the terms and names undergraduates are likely to encounter when studying philosophy. Definitions are clear and concise and many biographical entries include portraits. . .suggested readings and generous cross references. . . The dictionary is a part of a larger site for philosophy students; Kemerling has taught the subject to undergraduates for over 25 years. . .According to the FAQ, the dictionary is updated several times a year. . . Highly recommended." Fontaine, W. Choice Reviews Online. Supp. 2003. Web. 28 Aug. 2012.
"Storm's commentary on Kierkegaard is an exceptional piece of combined scholarship and Web design. . . His commentary demonstrates an extensive and intimate acquaintance with the Dane's entier literary production from beginning to end. . .Storm's commentary is idiosyncratic at times-the mark of the amateur working in isolation. . .Supplementary sections provide an introductory primer, an essay on the context and aims of Kierkegaard's method, a biographical sketch, a gallery of images of Kierkegaard and his circle, links to other sites and an annotated bibliography. . .Storm's site is a work in progress but very close to being a complete, finished product of high scholarly merit. Highly recommended." Potter, J.D. Choice Reviews Online. Feb. 2005 Web. 28 Aug. 2012.
"Outstanding Title!" "The greatly expanded Ethics Updates has become an increasingly valuable curricular/classroom resource. Designed for instructors and students of applied ethics and ethical theory. . . carefully selected subject-organized collection of full text articles, important philosophical works. . . The Applied Ethics section, previously focused largely on biomedical and environmental ethics, now also covers race, war, world hunger, poverty, gender. . .The videos include interviews with and presentations by contemporary moral philosophers as arranged with the American Philosophical Association, The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, and other institutes. . . Essential." Adams-Volpe, J.A., University at Buffalo, SUNY. Choice Reviews Online. Nov. 2006. Web. 28 Aug. 2012.
"Partially funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation, National Science Foundation, and Council on Library and Information Resources. . . an index of literature in the field of ethics, a discussion forum, and a news feed service. . .Main source for most of the literature indexed is PubMed, though abstracts are not included with the citations. . .Focus is on bioethics, but the sponsoring partners have plans for the site to evolve into an interdisciplinary repository of ethics-related kiterature. . .partners include Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, Stanford University, and the University of Virginia. . .Users may link to WorldCat to locate resources in libraries." Renaus, J. P. University of Miami. Choice Reviews Online. March, 2010. 24 Aug. 2012.
". . .Podcast audio interview series which has had over seven million downloads in its first three years. . ."The site features some 140 conversations, around 15 minutes long, with leading professional philosophers chiefly in the U.S. and Britain. . .providing introductions to an extensive range of topics." Coverage of traditional topics, e.g. epistemology, ethics, metaphysics, etc.) and key figures (e.g. Plato, Aristotle, Kant, Nietzsche), as well as application of contributors' expertise on contemporary issues. "Higly recommended." R.A. Sica Jr., Eastern Kentucky University. Choice Reviews Online. April, 2011. 24 Aug. 2012.
This database "currently encompasses approximately 200,000 items, over 60 percent of which are journal articles. Most are available exlectronically, whether free or through subscription." Primarily intended for graduate students and philosophy faculty and researchers. Sica, R.J. Eastern Kentucky University. Choice Reviews Online. July 2009. 24 Aug. 2012.
"Launched in January 2001, this preprint server for philosophy of science is sponsored jointly by the Philosophy of Science Association and the University of Pittsburgh's Center for Philosophy of Science. Its aim is 'to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of new work.' Although the Archive's staff does not formally referee papers, the preprints are high quality, and several are forthcoming in prominent philosophy journals. . . contributors include faculty and graduate students from around the world who specialize in philosophy of science. . . contains numerous papers on general philosophical issues such as causation, explanation, and realism/antirealism. . . updated twice daily. . . Highly recommended." Ellis, U., University of Oklahoma. Choice Reviews Online. Supp. 2006. Web. 28 Aug. 2012.
"With sections devoted to 15 branches of philosophy, 21 philosophical methodologies, 4 historical eras, 22 regions, and hundreds of philosophers and other theorists, PHILWEB is a massive pathfinder to print and electronic information in philosophy. Editor, Richard L. W. Clarke
is a professor of literature at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill . . .web portals, course syllabi, and important primary and secondary works" are included on this site. "There is overlap between PHILWEB and the venerable philosophy web portal EpistemeLinks" (Choice Reviews Online, June 2005) "but each includes enough material lacking in the other so as to make the two sites complementary rather than redundant. . .Highly recommended." Seymour, C.S., Wayland Baptist University. Choice Reviews Online. July 2006. Web. 28 Aug. 2012.
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