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Welcome to the Richter Library's Guide to Philosophy!


Hello all, and welcome to the University of Miami Libraries' Guide to Philosophy! The purpose of this guide is to help you navigate through the many philosophy-related resources available to you through the University of Miami Libraries system. Please feel free to contact the Philosophy librarian with requests for any books you might need. 

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Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Donald M. Borchert
B51 .E53 2006
Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment
Alan Charles Kors (Editor)
B802 .E53 2003
The Oxford Companion to Philosophy
Ted Honderich (Editor)
B51 .O94 2005
The Philosophers Themselves

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A Companion to the Philosophers
Robert L. Arrington
B72 .C595 1999
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The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy
Simon Blackburn
B41 .B53 2008
Key Ideas in Human Thought
Kenneth McLeish (Editor)
B41 .K48 1993
The Oxford Companion to the Mind
Richard L. Gregory (Editor)
BF31 .O94 2004
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Philosophy Compass

Edited By: Alexander Guerrero
Online ISSN:1747-9991
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd

An online-only journal unique in its vision to publish original, peer-reviewed surveys of current research from across the entire discipline, with the aim of providing topical and significant research on a monthly basis. Philosophy Compass provides an ideal starting point for both specialist and non-specialist, offering pointers for researchers, teachers, and students alike, to help them find and interpret the best research in the field.
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Internet Encyclopedias
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Run by Stanford University, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP) is dynamic, regularly updated reference work maintained by scholars in the field of philosophy.
Online Resources
What Is Philosophy?
Map of Philosophy
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