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Academic and Research Resources

  • The Philosophers' Index is the best place to find citations and brief descriptions articles by a given philosopher or on a given topic. You can have the results of your search emailed to you.
  • Philosophy Journals Online allows you to search for articles in a wide range of philosophical journals, view them online, download them in pdf format, or print them. Included are such journals as The Journal of Philosophy, Philosophical Review, Ethics, and Mind.
  • Kluwer Online Journals  permits you to do the same with Kluwer journals such as Philosophical Studies, Synthese, Erkenntnis, The Journal of Philosophical Logic, and Linguistics and Philosophy.
  • UT NetCat  allows you to search the holdings of the University of Texas library system.
  • Past Masters gives you access to many classic texts from ancient, medieval, early modern, and American philosophers.
  • Episteme Links allows you to look for articles and electronic texts on a wide range of classic and contemporary philosophers.
  • The American Philosophical Association Has lists of philosophy departments and philosophical resources.
  • Thesaurus Linguae Graecae is a valuable tool for anyone interested in ancient Greek texts.
  • The writings of the Early Church Fathers , including the complete works of Augustine, are online in downloadable formats.
  • The Law and Philosophy Program at Texas offers a chance for students to obtain both a JD and Ph.D. simultaneously.
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