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A newly reorganized, updated review of key reference works in philosophy, displays a veritable explosion of reference assets, either print and on-line, released during the last decade. approximately three hundred of the seven-hundred+ entries include new fabric, with an extra 50 entries considerably revised and up-to-date. English-language resources are emphasised, yet very important non-English works also are good represented. for pro philosophers, philosophy educators, scholars from starting to graduate, and librarians.
This advisor represents a considerable updating and whole re-organization of the author's 1997 Philosophy: A advisor to the Reference Literature, 2d version (1st variation, 1986). It displays a veritable explosion of reference resources, either print and on-line, within the box of philosophy over the last decade. approximately three hundred entries (or forty percentage) are solely new. an extra 50 or so entries have monstrous revisions recording new versions, adjustments in serial guides, sequence, and internet sites, or extra volumes accomplished in multi-volume units. furthermore, it's been solely re-organized alongside topical strains. each one of its twenty-three chapters is split into 4 sections: (1) normal resources, (2) background of philosophy, (3) branches of philosophy, and (4) miscellanea. This new association accords higher with the vastly multiplied diversity of philosophy reference resources and makes it more straightforward for the consumer to spot comparable assets of alternative forms (bibliographies, dictionaries, net gateways, etc.) at the related subject. Like its predecessor Guide to Reference assets in Philosophy, the third variation goals to serve a various viewers philosophers, philosophy educators, scholars from starting to graduate, and librarians. All entries contain beneficiant annotations which are usually evaluative in addition to descriptive. English-language resources are emphasised, yet non-English works vital to researchers or of curiosity to clients with facility in different languages also are well-represented.
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Hurley, Jeff McMahan, and Madison Powers. A Select Bibliography of Moral and Political Philosophy. 1987. 95p. Swinburne’s compilation on the philosophy of mind (vol. 6) supplements rather than fully supersedes the previous edition by R. C. Lindley and J. M. ), because it omits all writings before 1960. 18. Philosophische Bücherei: Kommentierte Internet-Ressourcen zur Philosophie. Claus Osausky, ed. Philosophie-Institut der Universität Wien. philo. htm (accessed October 13, 2005). See entry 108.
One titled “Eros and Philosophy” is absent under the word “eros”; another, on historical objectivity, could not be located under “history,” “objectivity,” or any other likely term). 26. Bibliographien zur Philosophie. Cologne: Gemini, 1980–1989. Hürth-Efferen: Gemini, 1992–. All bibliographies in this series to date are edited by Gernot U. Gabel. Its generic title notwithstanding, the series to this point is devoted, with one exception and one borderline case, to dissertations and theses on German philosophy and philosophers.
There are author and title indexes for the 200 items listed, but no subject index. In lieu of the latter, a subject subarrangement is used within some of the chapters. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 24. Geldsetzer, Lutz. Bibliography of the International Congresses of Philosophy: Proceedings, 1900–1978 / Bibliographie der internationalen Philosophie Kongresse: Beiträge, 1900–1978. Munich: K. G. Saur, 1981. 208p. , 12 volumes for the 1958 Venice Congress). Gives tables of contents and provides collective indexes of authors and subjects.