By Hans E. Bynagle
"This advisor represents a considerable updating and entire re-organization of the author's 1997 Philosophy: A advisor to the Reference Literature, 2d variation (1st variation, 1986). It displays a veritable explosion of reference resources, either print and on-line, within the box of philosophy over the last decade. approximately three hundred entries (or forty percentage) are solely new. an extra 50 or so entries have big revisions recording new variations, alterations in serial guides, sequence, and internet sites, or extra volumes accomplished in multi-volume units. additionally, it's been totally re-organized alongside topical strains. each one of its twenty-three chapters is split into 4 sections: (1) common resources, (2) heritage of philosophy, (3) branches of philosophy, and (4) miscellanea. This new association accords greater with the drastically improved variety of philosophy reference resources and makes it more straightforward for the consumer to spot comparable resources of other varieties (bibliographies, dictionaries, internet gateways, etc.) at the comparable subject. Like its predecessor advisor to Reference assets in Philosophy, the third version goals to serve a various viewers philosophers, philosophy educators, scholars from starting to graduate, and librarians. All entries comprise beneficiant annotations which are usually evaluative in addition to descriptive. English-language resources are emphasised, yet non-English works very important to researchers or of curiosity to clients with facility in different languages also are well-represented." --From the Publisher. Read more...
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And, of course, there is no guidance to periodical literature. In sum, it is not wise to rely on this site for general guidance to print resources, though it’s a useful supplement to other sources. General Bibliographic and Research Guides / 17 4. Follon, J. Guide bibliographique des études de philosophie. Louvain-laNeuve: Editions de l’Institut Supérieur de Philosophie; Paris: J. Vrin; Louvain-la-Neuve: Librairie Peeters, 1993. 220p. (Bibliothéque philosophique de Louvain, 37). Though now more than a decade away from being current, this guide retains some usefulness for French or French-speaking students and “apprentice philosophers” (preface).
Just 60 come under the heading of philosophy, drawn from a total of 65 in that category in the annual volumes for those years. Being somewhat selective, the volume constitutes what the introduction terms “an abridged version of ARBA,” but each selected review is reprinted in full. Philosophy reference works General Bibliographies / 31 are divided into subsections for bibliography, biography, dictionaries and encyclopedias, directories, handbooks and yearbooks, and indexes. The much larger religion section has many topical divisions including the major world religions and Biblical studies.
W. Beth, Symbolische Logik und Grundlegung der exakten Wissenschaften. 1948. 28p. 4. Régis Jolivet, Kierkegaard. 1948. 33p. 5. Olaf Gigon, Antike Philosophie. 1948. 52p. 6. P. J. de Menasce, Arabische Philosophie. 1948. 49p. 7. Michele F. Sciacca, Italienische Philosophie der Gegenwart. 1948. 36p. 8. -D. Phillippe, Aristoteles. 1948. 48p. 9. Regis Jolivet, Französische Existenzphilosophie. 1948. 36p. 10. Michele F. Sciacca, Augustinus. 1948. 32p. 11. Karl Dürr, Der logische Positivismus. 1948. 24p.