Miscellaneous philosophy-related links
- Comprehensive exams administered to date in our PhD program.
- At Epistemelinks.com, you can search journals
by title, area, historical philosophers, etc.
- Here is a list of links to the journals' home pages:
- The European Science Foundation's ranked list of humanities journals (select "philosophy" from the "Discipline" drop-down)
- And on The Philosophical Gourmet (a.k.a. The Leiter Report) site, you can find some
discussion of journals' strengths and weaknesses
- ConferenceAlerts.com lists upcoming conferences in philosophy and other fields, and you can subscribe for email alerts
- The American Philosophical Association
- APA statement on offers of aid to graduate students
- The APA placement (job search) brochure
- A list of philosophy departments in the U.S.
- A Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind
- David Chalmers' Mindpapers a bibliography in philosophy of mind with links to many papers available on-line
- "Philosophy Talk" is a radio program that "questions everything but your intelligence."
- The Center for Environmental Philosophy home page,
- Including links to begillions of other publications and environmental groups, and
- A massive bibliography you can search, covering the two main journals in the field, Environmental Ethics and Environmental Values, plus the newsletter of the International Society for Environmental Ethics and two annotated bibliographies prepared by Eric Katz. This is an excellent source of scholarly references on environmental ethics, animal rights, etc.
- The International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE) webpage
- The ISEE email list
- Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
- Animal Ethics Blogspot.com
- The Center for Applied Ethics at the University of British Columbia
- The Ethics Update page, maintained by Lawrence Hinman
- The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- A meta-encyclopedia (using which you can compare entries on the same topics in the above two encyclopedias and other resources
- 300+ proofs for the existence of God
- NSF's Fastlane grant management tools
Miscellaneous TAMU links
- The TAMU maps page, where you can find buildings (enter name in search box at upper right), see bus routes (select from list under "Bus Routes" in the lower left "Legend" box), etc.
- On the Transportation Services web site: http://transport.tamu.edu/ you can get information on campus bus routes (which serve much of College Station and Bryan) and parking.
- Howdy.tamu.edu is the main portal for class information, transcripts, etc.
- SSO/HRConnect is for Human Resources (benefits info. etc.)
- The Office of the Registrar's web site includes links to:
- BlueCross BlueShield of Texas (one of the main health care plans at TAMU)
- Pharmacare (the related pharmacy plan)
- The Code Maroon emergency notification system
- College of Liberal Arts info page
- The Liberal Arts Council page
- Office of Rules and Regulatory Compliance
- The TAMU Student Government Association
- Aggie Athletics
- The Aggie Honor System
- The TAMU Student Rules
- Turnitin at A&M, an on-line plagiarism detection service
- Office of Institutional Studies and Planning (includes profiles of the student body, faculty salary comparisons, etc.)
- The MARS (Measurement And Research Services) home page, including directions for scoring multiple choice exams
- The Internet Grant Proposal System (IGPS)
- GSA (A&M reimburses out-of-state business travel expenses up to the per diems listed here)
- The state Comptroller of Public Accounts' Texas Mileage Guide
- Aggies for Animal Rescue
- The Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research: glasscock.tamu.edu supports research in the humanities and interdisciplinary research through conferences, colloquia, reading groups, and so on.
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