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The Atlantic praises the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Here. “As far as online encyclopedias go, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy may be the best.” The specific target of the admiration is the new entry “Social Networking and Ethics“, by Shannon Vallor (Santa Clara).

Vallor’s piece is, well, an online encyclopedia article: a high-quality distillation of the most unsettled, alive issues in the philosophy of social networks. If you want to acquire a rounded, comprehensive knowledge of what about social networks concerns philosophers, there’s few better things to read.

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One response to “The Atlantic praises the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

  1. rutg October 2, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    An article, criticizing Western encyclopedias of philosophy:

    http://blog.daniyar.info/2012/10/02/narrow-minded-compilers.aspx

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