Category Archives: Featured website

Early Modern Texts

This month’s featured website is Early Modern Texts.  This wonderful websites hosts a number of classical (and more modern) books and papers rewritten in such a way that they are easier for the modern reader to understand. The site was started … Continue reading

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Bryan Magee’s Interview Series

This month’s featured website is Bryan Magee’s series of video discussions with great philosophers on great philosophers: They might seem a little dated to modern viewers. But the great thing about history of philosophy is that it dates well: the things that these philosophers say … Continue reading

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History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps

This month’s featured website is Professor Peter Adamson’s ‘History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps’ website. http://historyofphilosophy.net Peter Adamson is Professor of Philosophy at King’s College London (and at the LMU in Munich). His podcasts, all about 20 minutes in length … Continue reading

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Philosophy For All (PFA)

This month’s featured website is Philosophy for All. The name says it all. Their interest is getting everyone interested in philosophy (an aim I share!). They do not care how old you are, what your background is or whether you’ve … Continue reading

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Philosophy Now

This month’s website is the website for Philosophy Now Magazine.  Not everything on it is free, but there is enough free content to qualify it for my website of the month. Philosophy Now is a bi-monthly magazine, edited by Rick … Continue reading

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Philosophy Bites

This month’s website is the fantastic Philosophy Bites Started by the redoubtable Nigel Warburton, and David Edmonds, it runs short interview clips (bites) with famous philosophers on matter of philosophical interest. Here you can listen to Roger Scruton on the … Continue reading

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The Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy

Each month I will feature a philosophy website This month’s website is the wonderful Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy This incredibly useful open-access resource will help you get a grip on any issue in philosophy. It will not always be an … Continue reading

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