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Philosophy

General Interest and Introductions

Study of Religion at ASU

School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies: Philosophy (Tempe Campus)

Philosophy, Religion, and Society (New College, West Campus)

Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics


Selected Web Sites

AskPhilosophers.org:  Get your philosophical questions answered!

Oxford Lectures: General Philosophy:  41 video lectures from Oxford Philosopher Peter Millican.  An introduction to philosophy. 

Philosophy Talk: Weekly podcasts with noted philosophers discussing all sorts of things.  

History of Philosophy without any Gaps: Podcast-based series by Prof. Peter Adamson (LMU in Munich and King's College London).

Philosophy Now Podcasts

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.

Top 100 Philosophy Blogs:  From Feedspot.  

Ethisphere Insights:  Ethics in the business world.  Current news and topics.

Tips on Writing a Philosophy Paper

Video Collections

These two databases are online streaming collections from the ASU Library.  

Of course there are many other philosophy related videos available on the open Web.  

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