Introduction to Philosophy (Resources)

In a previous post, I detailed some of the resources that I found helpful starting out in philosophy. The main aim of that specific post was to help guide the “absolute beginner”. In what follows I provide a few additional resources (by no means an exhaustive list!) that you’ll find useful once you have some understanding of the basics of the subject.

BOOKS

Philosophy: The Basics (5th Edition, Nigel Warburton) [SA | Intl]

The Philosophy Gym: 25 Short Adventures in Thinking (Stephen Law) [SA | Intl]

Think: A Compelling Introduction to Philosophy (Simon Blackburn) [SA| Intl]

Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction (Edward Craig) [SA | Intl]

What Does It All Mean? A Very Short Introduction to Philosophy (Thomas Nagel) [SA | Intl]

DICTIONARY

The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy (3rd Edition, Simon Blackburn) [SA | Intl]

ONLINE

Aeon – “Since 2012, Aeon has established itself as a unique digital magazine, publishing some of the most profound and provocative thinking on the web. We ask the big questions and find the freshest, most original answers, provided by leading thinkers on science, philosophy, society and the arts.”

Cognitive Bias Survival Guide – “Manage the Mind to Make Better Decisions.”

Your Logical Fallacy Is – “Thou Shalt Not Commit Logical Fallacies.”

NeuroLogica Blog (Post) – “Skeptical Questions Everyone Should Ask.”

PODCASTS

Philosophy Sites – “Nigel Warburton’s Podcast about Places Linked with Philosophers.”

Philosophy 24/7 – “A Podcast That Interviews Leading Philosophers.”

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