|Title||Author||Call Number||Book Cover|
|Exploring Philosophy||Cahn, Steven M.||BD 21 .E96 2012|
|Writing Philosophy: A Student’s Guide to Writing Philosophy Essays||Vaughn, Lewis||B 52.7 .V38 2012|
|Key Concepts of Philosophy||McQueen, Paddy||B 51 .M38 2010|
|Metaphysics: A Very Short Introduction||Mumford, Stephen||BD 131 .M86 2012|
|Causation: A Very Short Introduction||Mumford, Stephen||BD 541 .M86 2013|
|The Critique of Pure Reason||Kant, Immanuel||B 2778 .E54M45 2008|
|Kant’s Transcendental Idealism: An Interpretation and Defense||Allison, Henry E.||B 2798 .A455 2004|
|Being and Time||Heidegger, Martin||B 3279 .H48S413 1962|
|The Metaphysics||Aristotle||B 434 .A5M5 2005|
|Riddles of Existence||Conee, Earl & Theodore Sider||BD 111 .C6263 2014|
|Ontological Relativity, and Other Essays||Quine, W.V.||BD 21 .Q564 1969|
|Logic and Philosophy||Tidman, Paul & Howard Kahane||BC 108 .T536 2003|
|The Logic of Real Arguments||Fisher, Alec||BC 177 .F574 2004|
|Ethics||Pojman, Louis P. & James Fieser||BJ 1012 .P656 2009|
|Ethics for a Broken World||Mulgan, Tim||JA 79 .M85 2011|
|Global Ethics: An Introduction||Widdows, Heather||BJ 1031 .W53 2014|
|The Ethics of Global Climate Change||Arnold, Denis G.||GE 42 .E844 2011|
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|Relativism: A Guide for the Perplexed||Mosteller, Timothy||2008||Link|
|The World Observed/The World Conceived||Radder, Hans||2006||Link|
|Ethics: Past, Present and Future Perspective||Ventura, Miles||2018||Link|
|Reason in Philosophy: Animating Ideas||Brandom, Robert||2009||Link|
|Metaphysics||Van Inwagen, Peter et al.||2015||Link|
|Aristotle’s ‘Metaphysics’: A Reader’s Guide||Halper, Edward C.||2012||Link|
These handbooks provide easy to digest information and facts about topics covered within philosophy.
his book affords readers an integrated, critical, and historically-sensitive understanding of existentialism as philosophical movement. You can access it here.
Critical Reasoning and Philosophy : A Concise Guide to Reading, Evaluating, and Writing Philosophical Works (2011) by Mark Holowchak
Critical Reasoning & Philosophy has been praised as an innovative and clearly written handbook that teaches new philosophy students how to read, evaluate, and write in a critical manner. You can access it here.
Ethics (2005) by John K. Roth
An encyclopedia on ethics, including terms, topics, and concepts. You can access it here.
The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy (1995) by Robert Audi
Widely acclaimed as the most authoritative and accessible one-volume dictionary on Philosophy. You can access it here.
The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy (1996) by by Simon Blackburn
This book can be found in the AC Library under the call number B 41 .B53 1996.
The Historical Dictionary of Metaphysics (2011) by Gary S. Rosenkrantz
This resource offers a comprehensive guide to the many facets of metaphysics through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and over 300 cross-referenced dictionary entries on concepts, people, works, and technical terms. It can be accessed here.
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An Introduction to Philosophy presents philosophy to newcomers as a living discipline with historical roots. It can be accessed here.
Modern Philosophy by Walter Ott and Alex Dunn
Modern Philosophy includes primary source readings and interpretation exercises. It can be access here.
The Originals: Classic Readings in Western Philosophy edited Jeff McLaughlin
The Originals contains original sources for major areas of philosophy: Ethics, Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, Socio-Political Philosophy, and finally, Aesthetics. It can be accessed here.
Project Gutenberg: Philosophy
Project Gutenberg is one of the largest collection of free e-books on the web that covers many subjects. This is a collection, or “bookshelf”, of foundational and influential philosophy texts. You can visit the bookshelf here.
Early Modern Philosophy edited by Jonathan Bennett
Early Modern Philosophy contains versions of some classics of early modern philosophy, and a few from the 19th century, prepared with a view to making them easier to read while leaving intact the main arguments, doctrines, and lines of thought. You can visit the collection here.
Open Access Journals
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy organizes scholars from around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up-to-date reference work.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy provides open access to detailed, scholarly, peer-reviewed information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy.
Philosophy Now: A Magazine of Ideas
Philosophy Now is a bi-monthly magazine that lets readers without a subscription read 4 free articles a month. There are also philosophy podcasts that are available for free.
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