Philosophy, Religion, and Society (New College, West Campus)
On the Web
History of Philosophy without any Gaps: Podcast-based series by Prof. Peter Adamson (LMU in Munich and King's College London).
Philosophy TV: Current trends in academic philosophy presented by leading experts in a video format.
WiPhi: Open Access Philosophy: Freely available introductory videos, emphasizing the practice rather than passive learning of Philosophy.
This guide includes resources for studying the multidisciplinary subject of Religion and Conflict at ASU Libraries and beyond.
Find Topics: Start your research with background information in encyclopedia articles and lexicon and dictionary entries.
Journal Articles: Search for journal articles (including peer-reviewed journals), essays, and book reviews.
Books / Dissertations: Search the ASU Libraries Catalog for books and eBooks, dissertations and theses, and find lmaterials in other libraries.
Research Databases: Philosophy writings, primary source materials.
News Articles: Newspapers, magazines, media sources
Liaison with Religious Studies, Philosophy, Center for Jewish Studies, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance StudiesProfile and Guides