Here are links to some internet resources on philosophy. There is a vast amount of good material and classic texts out there - all for free!
Richard Baron's blog and website
Called 'Analysis and Synthesis' he describes his blog is 'largely philosophical' and it contains seriously argued posts on a number of philosophical issues, particular on Ethics and the Philosophy of Mind.
He provides course notes for students taking his adult education classes in philosophy, some of which are also useful for A level students: http://www.rbphilo.com/coursenotes.html
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Hosted in the UK by Leeds University) look up anything from 'Anselm, Saint' and 'Animals, moral status of' to 'Zeno's paradoxes and 'Zombies': http://www.seop.leeds.ac.uk/contents.html
This is Nigel Warburton's blog. It covers a wide range of philosophical issues, with links to many other blogs and sites: www.nigelwarburton.typepad.com
Don't miss Nigel's Philosophy Bites and Ethics Bites - wonderful interviews and bite-sized podcast philosophy!
The history of philosophy podcasts...
Professor Peter Adamson of King's College London, has a series of podcasts which will eventually cover the whole history of philosophy. They are a valuable resource, both for students and those with a general interest in philosophy. Each podcast lasts 20 minutes.
Try them on www.historyofphilosophy.net
Mark Vernon's website...
is just full of interesting stuff, short extracts of pieces he writes for the Guardian, book reviews, comments on events and much more. Check it out at... http://www.markvernon.com
The Window: Philosophy on the Internet
This includes links to many other philosophy sites, and even has thumbnail images of philosophers, for those wanting to know what their favourite thinkers looked like: http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/phil/philo/index.html
Philosophy around the Web -
for everything from 'Why study philosophy?' and information on university departments of philosophy to short pieces on individual philosophers: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~worc0337/phil_index.html
or those doing Ethics papers for Religious Studies A level, and those simply interested in a range of ethical issues, the BBC offers good material at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/ethics/index.shtml
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