If you seek more information about the concepts and arguments studied in this course, the following works are warmly recommended. These works can be especially helpful for the clarification of technical concepts used in the course.
Angeles, Peter A. A Dictionary of Philosophy. London: Harper and Row, 1981.
Baldwin, James Mark, ed. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology. New York: Peter Smith, 19011905.
Blackburn, Simon, The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy. New York: Oxford, 1994.
Edwards, Paul, ed. Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 8 vols. New York: Macmillan, 1967.
Flew, Antony, ed. A Dictionary of Philosophy. New York: St. Martins Press, 1979.
Lacy, A. R. A Dictionary of Philosophy. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1976.
Magill, Frank N., ed. Masterpieces of World Philosophy in Summary Form. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1963.
OConnor, D., ed. A Critical History of Western Philosophy. Glencoe: Free Press, 1964.
Runes, D. The Dictionary of Philosophy. New York: Philosophical Library, 1937.
Urmson, J. O., ed. Concise Encyclopedia of Western Philosophy and
Philosophers. New York: Hawthorne, 1960.
Periodicals in Philosophy
If you find time during the semester to browse in the Larry A. Jackson Library, there are a few journals which show some of the technical applications of philosophy. These include:
The American Philosophical Quarterly
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
International Philosophical Quarterly