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The London Philosophy Study Guide
, , May 24, 2011
Commentary by Stephen Downes

If you ever wondered what "the literature" is in philosophy, check out this comprehensive bibliography, divided into many major subject areas in philosophy. "It's quite useful for both undergraduate students and beginning graduate students. It's not au courant (at least not the on-line version), but it is a useful guide to major literature other than the most recent stuff." It's a very good list, corresponds pretty much to what I was taught, and is continuing to be maintained and expanded (including for example a very welcome section on Indian philosophy). Via Leiter Reports. Related: Fifteen political philosophy courses online, via Dan Coleman. Total: 1659
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