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Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The American Philosophical
Association - is the main professional organization for
philosophers in the United States. Founded in 1900, its mission is to
promote the exchange of ideas among philosophers, to encourage
creative and scholarly activity in philosophy, to facilitate the
professional work and teaching of philosophers, and to represent
philosophy as a discipline.
of Philosophy - This site explores the importance of
philosophy and presents many of the important concepts and questions
that must be considered. It will tell you how to base your philosophy
on reason rather than randomness, which will lead to clarity,
certainty, success, and happiness. (objectivist perspective)
Forums - Discussion forums for all areas of philosophy.
Forum - Philosophy Chat Forum - Discussion and Debate Forum
dedicated to philosophical thinking. Our Forum provides multiple
message boards, and a dynamic IRC chat room. We are an online
community that seeks to give intelligent people a chance to come
together and explore, discuss and debate.
Index - Antispecies introduces and discusses philosophy and a
number of philosophical ideas. Gathered at antispecies are the works
and musings of history's thinkers, and some ideas from today.
Psychology Experiments - Several famous Social Psychology
Experiments are available on our pages including Milram "Obedience to
Authority" and Solomon Asch on Conformity
into Football Hooliganism and Policing UK & Europe - Site
dedicated to the accademic study of football related antisocial
behaviour, such as hooliganism, policing, racism etc. By Robin Manser
of the University of Huddersfield, UK.
George Walford International Essay
Prize - Systematic ideology is a study of ideologies founded in
the late 1930s in and around London, England by Harold Walsby, George
Walford and others. It seeks to understand the origin and development
of ideologies, how ideologies and ideological groups work together,
and the possibilites of guiding the development of ideologies on a
global scale. GWIEP.NET offers £3,000 annually for the best
essay on or including or against systematic ideology.
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