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Philosophy Resources

 

The Academic Success Center located in room CM110, offers many resources to philosophy students.  Some of the resources include software, videos, and texts that will supplement students' class sessions.

The following are some of the resources that can be found at the Academic Success Center.

 Software
Software IconElectric Study Guide of Philosophy Power of Ideas This interactive software includes chapter key terms, quizzes, flashcards, guided tours, tutorials and much more.
 
 Texts
Textbook CoverExperiencing the World's Religions “An engaging introductory text for undergraduates, featuring many first-person narratives and an emphasis on religious arts, history, and practices. Explores each religion's contributions to local and world culture and to the emerging culture of the 21st century, with chapters on patterns among religions, oral religions, and eight major world religions. Includes color photos, key terms, individual and group study projects, and suggestions for experiencing individual religions at home and abroad.”
-Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
*Study Guide for this Book is also Available.
 
Textbook CoverMorality and Moral Controversies "Morality and Moral Controversies: Readings in Moral, Social, and Political Philosophy, Sixth Edition blends historical and contemporary readings on a wide array of topics. At the same time, it emphasizes philosophical dialogue and disagreement as authors respond directly to one another. John Arthur's popular collection has been used for a wide array of courses including Social and political philosophy, as well as ethics and applied ethics."
-Publisher
 
Textbook CoverPhilosophy: Power of Ideas “Philosophy: The Power of Ideas, Brief 6th Edition, offers a historical overview of all major sub-divisions of Western philosophy perspectives. Written in an engaging and captivating style, it makes philosophy accessible without oversimplifying the material, and it shows that philosophy’s powerful ideas affect the lives of real people.”
-Publisher
 

 

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