Resources

Below are links to helpful resources concerning philosophy.

Reading Philosophy

Andrew Cullison: A Method for Extracting Arguments (handout)

Bernhard Nickel: Reading a Philosophy Text

Jim Pryor: Reading Philosophy; Philosophical Terms and Methods

Writing Philosophy

Andrew Cullison: Writing a 3-5 Page Philosophy Paper (video)

Bernhard Nickel: Writing a Philosophy Paper

Jim Pryor: Writing a Philosophy Paper

William Stephens: How to Write Philosophy Papers

Discussing Philosophy

Christopher Cloos: Good Philosophy Presentations

Bernhard Nickel: Participating in Section

Ole Koksvik: Giving a Talk in Philosophy

Books on Philosophical Methods

Chris Daly (2010). An Introduction to Philosophical Methods. Broadview. (review here)

A. P.Martinich (1997). Philosophical Writing: An Introduction (2nd ed.). Blackwell.

Zachary Seech (2008). Writing Philosophy Papers. Wadsworth.

Eric Steinhart (2009). More Precisely: The Math You Need to Do Philosophy. Broadview Press.

Lewis Vaughn (2005). Writing Philosophy: A Student’s Guide to Writing Philosophy Essays. Oxford.

Nigel Warburton (2004). Philosophy: The Essential Study Guide. Routledge.

The Value of Studying Philosophy

Is Philosophy the Most Practical Major? (Edward Tenner)

Why Study Philosophy? (collection of links)

Why Study Philosophy? (USC)

Be employable, study philosophy (salon.com)

Why Major in Philosophy (UMSL)

What is the Public Value of Philosophy? (Huff Post)

Online Encyclopedias

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy