This research guide identifies materials for basic and advanced research in philosophy. It lists a variety of sources, including databases, reference works, and Internet sites useful for the study of philosophy.
This research guide identifies materials for basic and advanced research in philosophy and religion. It lists a variety of sources, including databases, primary resources, reference works, and Internet sites.
★Throughout this guide, the star denotes a basic or essential source.
The Department of Philosophy is part of the UCF College of Arts and Humanities and houses majors, minors, and graduate certificates in Philosophy, Humanities, Religious Studies, and Cognitive Sciences.
"...aims to cultivate an institutional culture of ethical literacy, including a unified and ongoing conversation about ethics and a habit of practical application around ethics in research, teaching and partnerships" (website).
The FPR is published once or twice a year (summer and winter) depending on the number of accepted submissions and is a fully electronic, open-access, Internet-based publication of the University of Central Florida Department of Philosophy.
Philosophy Subject Librarian
Richard H. Harrison II
Associate University Librarian
Research and Information Services Department
John C. Hitt Library, Academic Engagement Suite 330