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Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 1113): Home
This guide will help you in your study of philosophy. Many of the resources can fit under multiple tab categories.
This guide will help point you in the right direction for resources as well as help you brainstorm ideas in choosing a topic on this course subject. Some sources only available via interlibrary loan, a free service for students.
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Western Philosophers Map - Interactive
Select the expand icon at the top to search by philosopher name to see where they are from.
A survey course designed to acquaint the student with some of the fundamental problems in philosophy and with methods used to deal with them. Some principal views, both ancient and modern, are examined as possible solutions. Recommended for second term freshmen.