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The Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind is intended to serve as a reference work suitable for use by professionals and students interested in the philosophy of mind. It is intended to reflect current approaches in the field.
Searchable database of 2,500 entries dealing with philosophy. Subject coverage ranges from the Vedas to the most recent technical terminology, including themes from Chinese, Indian, Islamic and Jewish philosophy.
2006 revision, including 450 new articles, has expanded to include coverage of philosophies worldwide, bioethics and biomedical ethics; art and aesthetics; epistemology; metaphysics; peace and war; social and political philosophy.
Its 150 entries bring together expertise in classical studies, philosophy, literature, literary theory, cultural studies, speech, communications and performance studies in a comprehensive treatment of the art of persuasion. (Print copy available for checkout; call number PN172 .E52 2001.)
A collection of peer-reviewed essays on the major branches of and terms in philosophy and on individual philosophers. Browsable by chronological "timeline" as well as alphabetically by term. Includes full text of core philosophy materials.