Record Number : 87371 of 13452
Title : Internet encyclopedia of philosophy
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP) is an online peer-reviewed scholarly resource edited by James Fieser and Bradley Dowden. Founded in 2005, the encyclopaedia covers authors and topics in the fields of analytical, continental and non-Western philosophy, and is accessible via an alphabetical index of philosophers and philosophical concepts. The site includes a call for submissions and volunteers, and a list of the 100 most desired articles for inclusion. Existing contributions are comprehensive - providing biographies of philosophers, thematic summaries of philosophical concepts, and useful bibliographies. A typical article might be from 1000 to over 5,000 words and either provide a short summary of the topic or include a detailed treatment with a further reading list. The sources of articles range from public domain sources (not specified), original contributions, and adaptations of teaching material. The resource is available to users without charge and is hosted by the University of Tennessee at Martin.
URL : http://www.iep.utm.edu/
Controlled Keywords : encyclopedia; philosophy;
Language : eng;
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