Great Philosophy Websites

  • Thread starter Cameron
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Aug 7, 2020
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I've only dabbled in philosophy, but I'd like to learn a lot more. So far in my life, I've read a few books that have given me just a tad of background. About ten years ago, I read an Ethics paperback. That one was called A Handbook For Ethics and it was written by Robert C. Solomon. I enjoyed that book a lot and I wish I still had it. I probably sold it along the way somewhere. I also read A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Oh yeah, and The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand as well. I actually enjoyed all of these books and will write about them in this forum.

I'll be writing a lot of philosophy posts as I learn. I'll begin with the study of ethics and move on from there. I was browsing around on Amazon this afternoon and found quite a few books I think I'd be interested in, so I'm sure I'll have lots to say. Even if it's me putting what I learn into my own words. Sometimes doing that helps concepts to sink in.

I also took a look through a bunch of philosophy related websites this afternoon as well. Who knew there would be so many. I thought I'd list a few here that struck my fancy. I'll be able to look back on this thread in the future if I need to remember where these sites were and I'll add to the list if need be. I also invite you to add your favorite websites too. Here's my list so far:

The Philosophy Forum -
LessWrong -
Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog -
OnlinePhilosophyClub -
The Philosophy Forums -
Philosophy Talk -

List of Top Philosophy Blogs -
Philosophers in the Blogosphere -

And here's a site that lists the 100 top philosophy blogs and websites:

As an aside, I've got a funny story for you. Back when I was going to business school, I needed to take an elective. Time was running out to sign up, so I was forced to rummage through the course guide in the college's registration office. I was in the room along with the administrator and another student. I saw a class that appeared interesting and I said, "Hey, what's this? It's called Nietzsche." But I pronounced the name something like, "Nigh-Etch." The student looked at me and said, "If you can't even pronounce the name, you really shouldn't be taking the class." I agreed and took something else. I do know how to pronounce the name now though. It sounds like, "Nee-Chee." How's that for learning?
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Great Philosophy Websites was posted on 08-16-2020 by Cameron in the Philosophy Forum forum.


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