Philosophy is a very broad subject, which attempts to probe and ask questions about fundamental things - things like knowledge, values, and language - in a logically rigorous way.
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Here are some general resources related to Philosophy. These should be a useful introduction, regardless of which Philosophy-related course you’re interested in and where you might want to study it.
BBC Radio 4’s ‘In Our Time’ podcast 🔗 This podcast is an accessible way to hear about some interesting ideas in philosophy.
Cambridge Philosophy Reading List 🔗 🌟 A great place to start for what to read!
Critical Thinking videos by Wi-Phi (Wireless Philosophy 🔗 🌟 A fun introduction to arguments and logical fallacies, as well as some cognitive biases. If you enjoy these videos, check out their other videos too!
‘Hi-Phi Nation’ podcast 🔗 Another accessible podcast…
‘Philosophy Bites’ podcast 🔗 Professional philosophers discuss interesting issues in this ‘bite-sized’ podcast. You might find it useful to take notes while you’re listening.
PhilosophyTube video channel 🔗 Video resource for a fun way to learn about philosophy.
The Partially Examined Life 🔗 ...and another podcast!
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy 🔗 Perhaps the best place to start seriously engaging with any philosophical idea. The entries are all written and peer-reviewed by professional philosophers, and are routinely cited by other academics. Each entry gives a broad overview of whatever it focuses on, and a good way to go further into a particular debate is by looking up the sources mentioned in an article. Don’t worry if you find the articles a little tricky to read at first.
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