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The internet encyclopedia of philosophy
Minorities in Philosophy (MAP) is an international student-driven organization that aims to promote and support philosophy done by women and other underrepresented minorities. The UD chapter organizes a semimonthly reading group, speaker series, and other occasional activities. Anyone from the UD community, students or faculty from any department, are welcome and encouraged to participate, regardless of background. For more information about the reading group or other MAP activities at UD, please contact our faculty advisors Hsin-Wen Lee and Noel Swanson.
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PhilPapers A comprehensive index and bibliography of philosophy maintained by the community of philosophers.
The Philosophers' Magazine An online magazine about philosophy.
UD library resources for philosophy Especially recommended are Philosopher's Index (a powerful search of philosophical publications) and JSTOR (full-text journal articles).
The internet encyclopedia of philosophy Good general philosophical encyclopedia.
The Best Encyclopedia Stanford University's web encyclopedia project. A work already useful and still growing.
Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium (GPPC) UD is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, a group of fourteen philosophy departments at colleges and universities around the greater Philadelphia region. The GPPC sponsors a wide range of public philosophy events, including an annual undergraduate conference that our students are encouraged to submit to. For more information about GPPC events, see their website or contact the UD GPPC representative, Noel Swanson.
Center for Science, Ethics, and Public Policy (SEPP) The purpose of the Center for SEPP is to integrate ethics and public policy inquiry with scientific research, the university curricula, private sector innovation, and government policy making. The Center provides a unique forum for academic and public discourse. It seeks to clarify questions of fact and value of pressing concern in scientific research; to enhance the dialogue between academic, corporate, and public interest stakeholders; to increase the synergies of public-private cooperation in areas of emerging technologies where there are significant ethical concerns; and to sustain in Delaware a unique center of national excellence to serve the public good.
American Philosophical Association (APA) Its central office located at the University of Delaware, the American Philosophical Association promotes the discipline and profession of philosophy, both within the academy and in the public arena. The APA supports the professional development of philosophers at all levels and works to foster greater understanding and appreciation of the value of philosophical inquiry.
Academic Services Center A great first stop for a range of academic and personal support. If you aren't sure where to turn, try here first. "The Academic Services Center offers activities that provide undergraduate students with extensive academic assistance through individual and group tutoring, group study sessions, consultations, mentoring, academic success and study skills workshops, testing accommodations for students with learning disabilities and ADHD, and personal and social advising and referral assistance throughout the year. These programs and activities are designed to help students enhance their academic performance while pursuing their degree programs."
Writing Center Free assistance with all aspects of writing. Their web site has guides and other resources to help your writing. You may also work with an experience writing instructor to develop good writing skills.
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