Local St. Lawrence sites of interest include:
- The Libraries web pages.
- The Library's listing of helpful philosophy links. Through these pages you can access the Philosopher's Index (for searching philosophy publications).
Here is a good internet guide to philosophy:
Here are some internet philosophy encyclopedias:
- The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (Available just on campus. The hard-copy version available in our library is a 10-volume set.)
- The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Interested in Graduate School in Philosophy?
- The Philosophical Gourmet Report is a good starting point for information about various graduate programs in philosophy.
It is also good for philosophy enthusiasts to be aware of:
Here are TED Talks on Philosophy:
A "blog" ("web log") is a kind of online journal. While some bloggers write about life experiences, others provide independent commentary on what happens in the world, and yet others use blogging as a way to develop and share ideas. Many academics (in a wide variety of disciplines) have blogs. Here are some links for getting started in exploring the world of philosophical blogging.
- Our own SLU-Philosophy Blog.
- A Philosophy "Power Blogroll" - it subscribes to a bunch of philosophy blogs and displays recent postings! The SLU Philosophy Blog is among the ones this site "watches"! At the bottom of the site is a listing of the many philosophy blogs this site tracks.
- Another listing of Philosophy Blogs.
- And if you would like to get into blogging too, here's a page that has links to lots of resources regarding Educational Uses of Blogs, Wikis, etc. When I want to learn technical skills (how to start a blog or wiki; how to "subscribe" to the blogs I like to read regularly) I start here to figure out how to learn more.
Other Fun Links:
- How to Become a Philosopher - also includes links to other great topics such as, "How to Win Informal Arguments and Debates," "How to Become a Taoist," and "How to Deal With an Existential Crisis."
- An online version of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason!
There is of course much more philosophy on the internet! The links above will guide you to other resources. If you come across a link that you think is particularly appropriate for St. Lawrence students and faculty, or if you find that one of the above links does not work, please let us know!