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Anonymous ## Mod ## 11/10/26(Wed)10:01 No. 3905 ID: 4c1a8e Stickied
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For growing and shit or whatever I present to you:

THE BIG STICKIED THREAD OF PHILOSOPHY RESOURCES



Put in whatever resources that fit in here, whether it's from wikipedia, youtube, some university, or where ever. Just remember to keep it within the board's guidelines and rules.
Use it or lose it, faggots.


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Anonymous 11/10/26(Wed)16:56 No. 3907 ID: 54e1c1

This seems like a good place to start:

http://plato.stanford.edu/


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Americium!Metal3G/gs 11/10/26(Wed)20:50 No. 3915 ID: 4c1a8e
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http://www.earlymoderntexts.com/
Texts of some classic philosophers (Kant, Hume, Machiavelli) in PLAIN FUCKING ENGLISH.

http://www.philosophybro.com/
Test of the classics and semi-classics, in English, but more bro oriented. It's brotastic!


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philosophy dick!51XMqiXnU. 11/10/28(Fri)01:46 No. 3948 ID: 93570a

http://philpapers.org/

and more specifically

http://philpapers.org/s/Kit%20Fine


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Anonymous 11/10/28(Fri)08:05 No. 4032 ID: 0f35d1

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Philosophy


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Anonymous 11/10/29(Sat)17:24 No. 4063 ID: e3cc4f

the stanford encyclopedia of philosophy (SEP)


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Anonymous 11/10/29(Sat)17:24 No. 4064 ID: e3cc4f

the stanford encyclopedia of philosophy (SEP)


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Anonymous 11/10/29(Sat)17:24 No. 4065 ID: e3cc4f

the stanford encyclopedia of philosophy (SEP)


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Anonymous 11/11/05(Sat)20:35 No. 4237 ID: daf6db

Helpfully and funny 3 minute videos about Philosophers and a short introduction to their works
http://www.youtube.com/user/CollegeBinary#p/u


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Anonymous 11/11/10(Thu)20:21 No. 4377 ID: f03722

This youtube channel contains a lot of good videos.

http://www.youtube.com/user/PhilosophicalMedia#p/u


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Anonymous 11/11/13(Sun)00:38 No. 4437 ID: ea7bd8

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trickster

possibly a self referencing page on a particular philosophy

but more seriously

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophy

at the very least, if it's not a resource for you, it is for everyone else, so you can correct their swine like minds with pearly wisdom using the real sources


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Anonymous 11/11/14(Mon)09:49 No. 4498 ID: fb0054

http://www.lsr-projekt.de/poly/en.html

A para-philosophical project interrogating how and why the Enlightenment impetus of rational inquiry and atheism was only implemented in an abortive fashion and how we ended up with all those surrogate religions like Humanism, Marxism, etc.


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Anonymous 11/11/15(Tue)01:53 No. 4549 ID: 2db55c

http://www.btinternet.com/~glynhughes/squashed/index.htm
Lovely website, provides very good summaries and introductions to writings of Philosophers from Sartre to Confucius but in squashed versions so you don't feel overwhelmed reading some massive chunk of text to understand one concept!!!


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Anonymous 11/11/15(Tue)20:26 No. 4585 ID: 0a05f7
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http://www.zizekstudies.org/

Go Zizek!


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Anonymous 11/12/08(Thu)09:18 No. 5113 ID: 780c36

http://youarelistening.to/deepthought

Ambient tracks from soundcloud played over a number of short lectures from the likes of Terence Mckenna and Alan Watts.

Not strictly a resource, but a very cool site nonetheless.


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Anonymous 12/02/07(Tue)06:14 No. 5992 ID: b74974

no TED?

www.ted.com

Not strictly philosophical and a site most of you probably know, but I think TED should be included in any listing of this type. For those of you who do not know about it, it's a site that has a bunch of fascinating talks about a variety of subjects. In some cases posing questions, others positing thoughts, others defining problems, still others proposing solutions, describing/demonstrating technology, etc. etc. etc. taken from an annual conference where they bring together speakers from various fields to share ideas.

There are far worse things you can devote 20 or so minutes to than listening to a few of these.


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Anonymous 12/02/07(Tue)16:56 No. 5998 ID: 023a94

Yea, Ted.com is great, but I think all the phi students would be lost. They're still stuck trying to figure out if it's possible there's a reality or existence, and there on Ted are all these people that are making definite statements about things.

The horror... The horror... The horror...


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Anonymous 12/02/08(Wed)05:09 No. 6006 ID: b74974

>>5998
Oh yeah, my bad. Been too long since college. I had forgotten what that was like.

Would timecube.com be better?

>to actually contribute there's also www.gutenberg.org which is useful for finding digital copies of old works.


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Comment & Referances Anonymous 12/02/10(Fri)21:07 No. 6066 ID: 84ca8c

The 'philosophy-student-still-trying-to-prove-external-world' stereotype is something which is almost unique to contemporary analytical philosophy, what with its hereditary focus upon reason, 'truth' and logical necessity. Seeing that analytical philosophy is about the only type taught in the anglophone west, it is not surprising that such nonsense abounds. The so-called 'continental' philosophers have far less problem in this area since they are not trying to step on the epistemologists toes, and are instead more properly concerned with meaning (in general, anyway).

http://luchte.wordpress.com/
This is in the deep end, but J. Luchte is an accoplished lecturer in this area, with a number of high quality essays on show on his word press, as well as alot of poor quality poetry.

http://www.fordham.edu/gsas/phil/babich/32_29-%20Nietzsche%27s%20%20Imperative.pdf
Here B. Babich elucidates one of the primary themes of neitzsche's thinking; amor fati.

I cant find an online copy but F. Beisar's 'The Romantic Imperative' gives a very good, and often funny, accout of the philosophical origins of the early german romantics. Of note it also gives a secondary account of the breakdown of Kant's Enlightnement/copernican project, by way of an account of its detractors and countermovements.


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Anonymous 12/04/05(Thu)07:21 No. 6698 ID: a79a73

I am surprised this isn't here
the internet encyclopedia of phil is a major resource

http://www.iep.utm.edu/


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Anonymous 12/04/08(Sun)23:24 No. 6715 ID: 569fb2

Philosophy section of the MIA

http://www.marxists.org/subject/philosophy/index.htm


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Anonymous 12/07/03(Tue)22:09 No. 7841 ID: c40213
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Don't forget Eastern Philosophy.

http://www.utm.edu/staff/jfieser/vita/teaching/eastphil.htm


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Anonymous 12/09/02(Sun)15:23 No. 8319 ID: 183118

http://intxtricable.com/searchphp.php


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Anonymous 12/10/06(Sat)10:32 No. 8527 ID: 14c6c6

sure


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Anonymous 12/10/10(Wed)14:33 No. 8574 ID: 5c34dc

http://www.jstor.org/action/showJournals#43693416

You can find a paper on just about any subject here. Ranging from Nietzsches 'Lies' to Aristotles 'Categories'.

And for shits and giggles:

YouTube: three minute philosophy.


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Anonymous 12/11/15(Thu)10:14 No. 8797 ID: 566754

From M.I.T on-line courses:

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/linguistics-and-philosophy/#undergrad


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Anonymous 13/02/23(Sat)02:29 No. 9685 ID: 61dff4

Excellent resource on Deleuze and D&G: http://www.protevi.com/john/DG/index.html


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Anonymous 14/02/14(Fri)02:00 No. 11120 ID: 29df20

This site is absolutely amazing. Use it well. All the lectures are wonderful.

http://academicearth.org/online-college-courses/philosophy/

Check out their other courses as well...


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Anonymous 14/09/28(Sun)10:23 No. 11825 ID: aaad3e

There's no field like philosophy for having stupid people who think they're clever. Adiou.


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Anonymous 14/10/12(Sun)07:35 No. 11847 ID: af96ac

https://www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler/videos
This guy offers a wealth of content and isn't bias at all.


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Anonymous 14/10/18(Sat)13:49 No. 11855 ID: 53826a

>>11847

Yeah, Sandler's the shit.


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EL+NEGRO 15/01/13(Tue)04:06 No. 11988 ID: c11c78

http://www.reasonablefaith.org/

Best Christian philosopher in the world

Richard Dawkins is this guy's bitch
He humiliated Sam Harris
He defeated Christopher Hitchens
He defeated Victor Stenger twice


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Anonymous 15/04/21(Tue)06:34 No. 12160 ID: 86e709

>>11988
The best christian philosopher in the world. Cool. Ranks him right up there with the best zoroastrian philosopher in the world and the best mithraic philosopher in the world. Great for adherents of those cults, but pretty weak shit outside them.


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Anonymous 15/05/30(Sat)10:12 No. 12203 ID: 00ca8b

>>12160
How is Christianity a cult? Cults demand money, brainwash, abuse those who leave. Christianity welcomes all.


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Anonymous 15/06/07(Sun)12:51 No. 12217 ID: 650c4c

>>12203
That's not true.
Read the Bible before you start making claims about how nice it is.
There are tons of reasons the Bible gives to murder people, harass them, or hurt them.
It has structure, rules, demands obedience, and demands that followers convert others.


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Anonymous 15/07/21(Tue)20:27 No. 12250 ID: 1e9d00

American Nihilist Underground Society
http://www.anus.com
"Nihilism, Futurist Traditionalism and Conservationism"

I have found this to be a great positive influence on my life, not just philosophically/abstractly or in practical life matters, but also in the other things the site introduced me to. Got me into Nietzsche, Burroughs, and some pretty awesome metal bands I'd probably never have had heard of.


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Fun funforyou 15/12/28(Mon)03:05 No. 12383 ID: 537707

cool



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