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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Maintained by Stanford University, it contains over 100 entries written by professional philosophers and academics from a wide range of disciplines. Entries generally include a high-quality bibliography.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Provides detailed, scholarly information of key philosophical topics. Entries have been written and edited by professional scholars specializing in their subject.
Project Gutenberg - Philosophy Bookshelf
Categorized list of philosophy books in the public domain and accessible in their entirety in electronic format.
includes over 19,000 categorized links to philosophy resources on the Internet, The site averages around 7,000 visitors per day, has links to resources on individual philosophers, and also features several philosophy-specific search engines.
Evaluating Web Sites
Scholarly vs. Popular Periodicals: What’s the Difference?
Some assignments require you to use only scholarly journals, not popular magazines. There is no foolproof way to tell the difference. However, there are some features you can look for to help you decide if a periodical is scholarly. (Read more...)