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General Reference

Adler, Mortimer J. (1995).  Adler's Philosophical Dictionary:  125 Key Terms for the Philosopher's Lexicon.  New York:  Scribner.

Angeles, Peter A. (1992).  HarperCollins Dictionary of Philosophy, 2nd ed.  New York:  HarperCollins.

Audi, Robert (ed.)(1999).  The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, 2nd ed.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Blackburn, Simon (1996).  The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Bunnin, Nick and P. Tsui-James (eds.)(1995).  Blackwell Companion to Philosophy.  Oxford:  Blackwell.

Craig, Edward (ed.)(1999).  Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  London:  Routledge.

Edwards, Paul (ed.)(1973).  Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  New York:  Macmillan.

Honderich, Ted (ed.)(2005).  Oxford Companion to Philosophy.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Mautner, Thomas (ed.)(1998).  The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy, rev. ed.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

History of Philosophy

Copleston, Frederick (1993).  History of Philosophy (in 9 volumes).  Reprint by Image Press.

Kenny, Sir Antony (ed.)(1994).  The Oxford History of Western Philosophy.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Macgee, Bryan (1998).  The Story of Philosophy:  The Essential Guide to the History of Western Philosophy.  London:  DK Publishing.

Russell, Bertrand (1995).  A History of Western Philosophy.  New York:  Book of the Month Club.

General Philosophical Works

Adler, Mortimer J. (1978).  Aristotle for Everybody:  Difficult Thought Made Easy.  New York:  Macmillan Publishing Company, Inc.

Adler, Mortimer J.  (2000).  How to Think About the Great Ideas, ed. Max Weismann.  Chicago:  Open Court.

Allen, Steve (1978).  Meeting of Minds.  Los Angeles:  Hubris House.

Allen, Steve (1979).  Meeting of Minds: 2nd Series.  New York:  Crown Publishers, Inc.

Baggini, Julian and Peter S. Fosl (2003).  The Philosopher's Toolkit:  A Compendium of Philosophical Concepts and Methods.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Bedau, Hugo (1996).  Thinking and Writing About Philosophy.  Boston:  St. Martin's Press.

McInerny, Ralph (2000).  A Student's Guide to Philosophy.  Wilmington, DE:  ISI Books.

Osborne, Richard (1992).  Philosophy for Beginners.  New York:  Writers & Readers Publishing Group.

Rosen, Stanley (ed.)(2000).  The Examined Life:  Readings from Western Philosophers from Plato to Kant.

Note:  There is also a series of Introducing... titles by Totem Books.  The series is in comic book format that introduces the reader to various philosophers, schools of thought, and philosophical sub-fields.  Each book is by a different author and covers one topic, i.e., Introducing Aristotle, Introducing Ethics, Introducing Plato, Introducing Postmodernism, etc.

Journals

 

Magazines

Philosophers' Imprint

Philosophers' Magazine

Philosophers' Magazine Online

Philosophy Now Magazine

Organizations

American Philosophical Association

Philosophers

Adler, Mortimer J.

Girard, Rene

Plato

Strauss, Leo

Web Sites

Ask Philosophers

Center for the Study of the Great Ideas

Early Modern Philosophy (online texts)

Epistemelinks.com

Guide to Philosophy on the Internet

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Internet Public Library

Philosopher's Alphabetical Index

Philosopher's Index:  A - Z

Philosophical Dictionary

Philosophy News Service

Philosophy Resources Online, Washington & Lee University

Philosophy Talk

Questia:  The World's Largest Online Library

Radical Academy

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Think (Royal Institute of Philosophy)

University of Louisville Philosophy Club

Philosophy Departments

Bellarmine University Philosophy

Indiana University Southeast Philosophy Department

Spalding University Philosophy

University of Louisville Philosophy Department

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