Philosophy Links

Philosophical Associations and Societies

American Philosophical Association (APA) Great place to start; lots of resources.
Canadian Philosophical Association (CPA) Good information for non-Canadians as well.
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP)

The second largest philosophical association in the United States, focuses on non-analytic approaches to philosophy.

Online Philosophy Resources

Episteme Links Perhaps the best resource of links.
Philosophy Around the Web Another online guide to web-pages.
Yahoo Directory of Philosophy Resources Just a place to start.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy A nice online encyclopedia, being updated continuously.
The Council for Research and Values in Philosophy (Philosophical Calendar) Listing of events, conferences, etc.  There are listing for undergraduate conferences!
The Philosopher's Magazine (TPM) Magazine for those interested in all things philosophical.  Comes out monthly!
American Association of University Presses Searchable database for books in philosophy

On Campus Resources in Philosophy

(You must log onto the online resources page)

Religion and Philosophy Collection

Provides extensive coverage of such topics as world religions, major denominations, biblical studies, religious history, epistemology, political philosophy, philosophy of language, moral philosophy and the history of philosophy. Offers nearly 300 full text journals, (250+ peer-reviewed).
JSTOR A wonderful online collection of journals, including several philosophy journals.  Articles may be downloaded and printed.  Easy to use!
Project Muse Another collection of journals, including Journal of the History of Ideas, Philosophy and Literature, and others.
Oxford English Dictionary When reading works in philosophy, do NOT assume that the words mean what they do in contemporary discourse.  The OED not only defines terms better than any other dictionary-type resource, it provides an etymological history.  Invaluable to the serious philosophy student.  Use it!

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