Philosophy Resources

This is a peer-reviewed academic reference and it’s free to read.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Daily Nouse is a philosophy news site that has pretty good content, give it a look! ๐Ÿ™‚

Those two websites are my most used resources aside from books — I will make a list to share what I have on my bookshelf!

  • One World: The Ethics of Globalization by Peter Singer
  • Ockham’s Razors A User’s Manual by Elliott Sober
  • The Limits of Realism by Tim Button
  • A Primer on Postmodernism by Stanley J. Grenz
  • The Subjection of Women by John Stuart Mill
  • Misogyny: The World’s Oldest Prejudice by Jack Holland *
  • How Physics Makes Us Free by J.T Ismael
  • Human, All too Human by Friedrich Nietzsche
  • If A then B by Michael Shenefelt and Heidi White
  • Philosophy: the basics by Nigel Warburton


*This book by Holland is not strictly a philosophy book but it gives aย fresh take on human history that I have not found in any other resource; so naturally I wanted to share. He gives a great global view of misogyny and what drives it. Mill’s work ties in nicely with this book as well.

Eventually I will post book reviews of each title. Let me know what you think of these resources or if you want to suggest your own, just contact me.