I thought this book would be a double poison pill, spiced with anise, like all that unwanted Good & Plenty one used to get on Halloween. Good & Plenty it is not; more like Short & Lovely (haha), a pleasing meditation on how to pursue a good life. Continue reading “HPNL Browsings: “In the Presence of Schopenhauer””
Oxford Handbooks Online: Philosophy
New electronic resource: 78 philosophy titles from the popular Oxford Handbook series.
The collection comprises the following titles:
Trial: Philosophy Documentation Center E-Collection
Now through the end of the semester, we have a trial subscription to the Philosophy Documentation Center E-Collection.
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Quickly becoming a hub for philosophers, and of philosophy research, PhilPapers indexes philosophy journals, books, websites, and other kinds of publications found on the Internet. It is also a digital repository, to which scholars can upload articles and preprints. Users can create accounts and submit content to the database. Includes calls for papers and presentations, as well as job announcements.
Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy
Selected, annotated bibliographies, arranged by broad topic (e.g. epistemology, free will) and major philosopher. Each section includes an introductory essay written by a scholar.
TRIAL: Oxford Bibliographies Online
[Update: trial over.] Now on trial through December, 2011. Collection of annotated bibliographies, and bibliographic essays, compiled and written by scholars. Covers Atlantic History, Renaissance and Reformation, Medieval Studies, Classics, Philosophy, Biblical Studies, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islamic Studies. Bibliographies are detailed and extensive. The Bibliography on Atlantic History, for example, comprises 100 sub-topics. Please send us feedback on the value of this collection to your research!