List of Important Publications in Philosophy - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • What Are the Modern Classics? The Baruch Poll of Great Philosophy in the Twentieth Century, Douglas P. Lackey, Philosophical Forum 30(4): 329-346 (1999).
  • American Philosophical Association
  • Epistemology Research Guide
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Annotated Bibliography on Analysis
  • Contemporary Philosophy of Mind: An Annotated Bibliography
  • London Philosophy Study Guide

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