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  Subject (philosophy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In philosophy, a subject is a being which has subjective experiences or a relationship with another entity (or "object").
Subjectivity is thus a kind of structural effect - what happens when Nature is diffused, refracted around a field of negativity and the "unity of the subject" for Hegel, is in fact a second-order effect, a "negation of negation".
Michel Foucault's critique of the subject and the oxymoron "Historical subject"
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Subject_(philosophy)   (819 words)

 Philosophy Quotes - The Quotations Page
The point of philosophy is to start with something so simple as not to seem worth stating, and to end with something so paradoxical that no one will believe it.
Philosophy consists very largely of one philosopher arguing that all others are jackasses.
Philosophy is a battle against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language.
www.quotationspage.com /subjects/philosophy   (327 words)

 The Structure of the Subject   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In choosing a sequence of courses for a major or minor in philosophy, it is important that you have some sense of the overall shape of the subject, the way in which its various divisions are interrelated.
Philosophy is the reflective discipline par excellence, and one of the things that philosophers have reflected on with the greatest intensity is the nature of reasoningandemdash;reasoning in general, but also philosophical reasoning in particular.
Third: two periods in the history of philosophy have been particularly influential in the development of the subjectandemdash;Greek philosophy in the 3rd century BC (the era of Plato and Aristotle), and early modern philosophy (the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the period of Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Descartes, Leibniz, Kant).
www.wellesley.edu /Philosophy/Structure.html   (2120 words)

 20th WCP: Heidegger's Reading of Descartes' Dualism: The Relation of Subject and Object
The orientation of the philosophical problems with Descartes starts from the "ego" (the "subject") because in the modern philosophy the "subject" is given to the knower first and as the only certain thing, i.e., the only "subject" is accessible immediately and certainly.
The subject of cogito is beyond doubt if one asks what this subject is. Descartes cannot answer, because, if the subject is embodied in the world, the subject becomes a worldly thing in which man's doubts begin.
Subject and object are not two beings, because they are the basic determination of Dasein in the unity of the characteristic of Being-in-the-world.
www.bu.edu /wcp/Papers/Cont/ContCuce.htm   (3924 words)

 Subject(philosophy) - Psychology Wiki - A Wikia wiki
Subjectivity emphasizes an individual's having not just a passive relationship to the world and the sense impressions it causes, but also agency, an active engagement with that material.
Marx, Nietzsche and Freud are three 19th century philosophers who questionned the groundworks of the notion of a conscious subject, basement of the liberal theory of the social contract.
The word subjectivity is also used to refer to the antithesis of objectivity as an epistemic virtue: one who judges according to personal feelings or intuitions, rather than according to objective observation, reasoning, and judgment, is judging subjectively.
psychology.wikia.com /wiki/Subjectivity   (1526 words)

 Subject benchmark statements: Philosophy
Subject benchmark statements provide a means for the academic community to describe the nature and characteristics of programmes in a specific subject.
Finally, subject benchmark statements are one of a number of external sources of information that are drawn upon for the purposes of academic review* and for making judgements about threshold standards being met.
Subjects such as the philosophy of physics and of biology are increasingly important.
www.qaa.ac.uk /academicinfrastructure/benchmark/honours/philosophy.asp   (4294 words)

 magdalen > undergraduate admissions > subject guide > philosophy
Philosophy at Oxford is not studied in a single-subject first degree course, but instead may be studied as one part of ‘joint’ degree courses, combined with one or two other subjects.
In the 4-year courses (Maths and Philosophy and Physics and Philosophy), students in their 4th year may choose to do any number from none to all of the 4 papers taken.
Philosophy and Modern Languages: No written work is required for Philosophy, but for Modern Languages candidates are asked to supply two pieces of school or college written work (preferably of different kinds) for the languages they are currently studying.
www.magd.ox.ac.uk /admissions_undergraduate/subjects_philosophy.shtml   (1131 words)

 What is Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
For example, the subject philosophy of science examines the methods and goals of science to determine whether science itself is a rational enterprise.
Philosophy is thus a very wide-ranging subject that concerns every aspect of human experience--religion, science, art, values, history, mathematics, literature and love.
Philosophy is also a basic subject that wants to penetrate to the core of every area that it examines.
www.uwosh.edu /philosophy/whatis.html   (464 words)

 Philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The philosophy of this period is characterized by analysis of the nature and properties of God; the metaphysics involving substance, essences and accidents (that is, qualities that are respectively essential to substances possessing them or merely happening to be possessed by them), form, and divisibility; and logic and the philosophy of language.
The "ordinary language philosophy" thinkers shared a common outlook with many older philosophers (Jeremy Bentham, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and John Stuart Mill), and it was the philosophical inquiry that characterized English-language philosophy for the second half of the twentieth century.
Philosophy is the science by which the natural light of reason studies the first causes or highest principles of all things – is, in other words, the science of things in their first causes, in so far as these belong to the natural order.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Philosophy   (8588 words)

 World-Wide Web Resources - Philosophy
Film and Philosophy, published annually by the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts [SPSCVA].The Society's newsletter, which contains film and book reviews, schedules of the Society's activities, and other news of interest to students of film and philosophy, is published quarterly.
Philosophy Since the Enlightenment, offers an accessible overview of the last 350 years of Western philosophy.
Philosophy News Service Discussion Group (PNS-DISC): Thoughtful, insightful, and courteous discussions about the news, articles, and essays posted to the Philosophy News Service website Subscription instructions:Send any email to pns-DISC-subscribe@egroups.com and reply to the confirmation email that will be sent to you from eGroups.com, the host of the list.
www.uky.edu /Subject/philosophy.html   (1854 words)

 Philosophy Research Guide
Philosophy is a significant component, but entries range widely through fields such as religion, the arts, economics, and anthropology.
An "introduction to the basic terms found in the major schools of Indian philosophy." (Preface) Headwords, printed in Sanskrit and in transliteration, are listed in alphabetical order with literal translations and, when necessary, furhter explanations of usage in various philosophical systems or schools.
Includes subjects and figures from the dawn of philosophy in Ionia in the 6th century BC to the demise of the Academy in Athens in the 6th century AD.
web.library.emory.edu /subjects/humanities/philo/philo.html   (2914 words)

 University of Mississippi Libraries - Philosophy Subject Guide
Subjects in both parts are cross-indexed and there is an alphabetical index in the back.
Similar to the Audi dictionary of philosophy, with signed entries serving as good brief introductions to figures, movements, and ideas in philosophy.
Analytical, continental, and critical theory branches of philosophy are all covered in considerable depth in this meta-index by Danne Polk (Villanova University).
www.olemiss.edu /depts/general_library/files/subject/philosophy.html   (1130 words)

 Philosophy @ Melbourne: Degrees
The Philosophy Department offers a range of postgraduate certificate and degree programs, ranging from graduate certificates and diplomas (intended for people new to philosophy, who already have a degree in another discipline) to the MA and the PhD (intended for students ready to pursue a research project at a sustained level of expertise).
Postgraduate coursework is designed for students who have already completed a coursework program in philosophy at a high level of proficiency (either an undergraduate degree, or a graduate diploma), and who would like be introduced to the frontiers of research in philosophy.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Philosophy) is identical in content, and equivalent in status, to the fourth year of the Honours B.A. If you have graduated with a pass B.A. from this or some other university within the last 5 years, you may enroll either for the B.A. (Honours) or for the Postgraduate Diploma.
www.philosophy.unimelb.edu.au /pg/intending/degrees.html   (1415 words)

 SLC - Subject Guide: Philosophy
Covers the areas of ethics, aesthetics, social philosophy, political philosophy, epistemology, and metaphysic logic as well as material on the philosophy of law, religion, science, history, education, and language.
A work in progress - many of the assigned entries have not yet been written - designed as a dynamic reference work, i.e., each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field.
Articles in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy are currently from three sources: original contributions by specialized philosophers around the internet, adaptations of material written by the editors for classroom purposes, and adaptations from public domain sources (typically from two or more sources for per article).
www.southwestern.edu /library/philosophy.html   (524 words)

 Subject Reference: Philosophy and Religion
Philosophy and religion are among the topics in the Humanities covered in this database.
ARGOS, the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, NOESIS (Philosophical Research Online), and a virtual library devoted to philosophy (including electronic texts which are searchable by author, title, and translator) are among the resources included.
Several links to various subjects are provided, including archaeology, history, religion and theology, American studies, English, German, Spanish, Russian, Slavonic, French, Italian, and Celtic language and literature, classics, philosophy, linguistics, humanities computing, and comparative literature.
www.ferris.edu /library/Subject/philosophy.html   (776 words)

 Research by Subject: Philosophy
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a non-profit organization and includes from three sources (1) original contributions by specialized philosophers around the internet, (2) adaptations of material written by the editors for classroom purposes, and (3) adaptations from public domain sources (typically from two or more sources for per article).
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a dynamic reference work and is a publishing project of the Metaphysics Research Lab at the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) at Stanford University.
Philosophy in the News - A collection of links from the APA Online to news articles and radio programs featuring philosophy, philosophers, and philosophical issues, broadly defined.
www.union.edu /Library/research/subject_phi.htm   (1478 words)

 Blackwell Publishing Online
Philosophy Compass - an online only journal publishing peer-reviewed survey articles from across the entire discipline.
Philosophy Compass publishes 100 original surveys of current philosophical scholarship per year.
Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain - featuring a members-only section with a members' directory.
www.blackwellpublishing.com /philosophy   (250 words)

 Subject Guides -- Philosophy
Below is a selection of a few general subject headings for philosophy.
All subjects relating to the Middle Ages are included, within the date range 300-1500 AD.
A comprehensive guide to the world of philosophy with evaluated, annotated links to resources on such topics as aesthetics, ethics, feminism, logic, epistemology, metaphysics.
www.csulb.edu /library/subj/philosophy   (428 words)

 The Subject of Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Subject of Philosophy presents a sustained examination of the relation between literature and philosophy with special emphasis on the problem of the subject and of representation.
Lacoue-Labarthe spans the history of philosophy from Plato and Aristotle to Hegel, Nietzsche, Freud, and Heidegger, and addresses such major moments in the history of literature as Greek tragedy and German romanticism.
The Subject of Philosophy repeatedly questions whether philosophy’s very attempts to distinguish itself from literature are not conditioned and exceeded by a fundamental inextricability of the two.
www.upress.umn.edu /Books/L/lacoue-labarthe_subject.html   (294 words)

 UCI Libraries - Online Research: Subject Guide - Philosophy
Subject coverage includes general history, social science, history of science and arts titles as well as specialist area- and subject-based ones.
Contains citations to articles and book reviews in approximately 500 well known scholarly journals and specialized magazines in the humanities Subjects covered include archaeology area studies art classics dance film folklore history linguistics literature music performing arts philosophy religion and theology Articles are primarily English language.
consists of two complementary and collaborative units: the Department of Philosophy in the School of Humanities (http://www.humanities.uci.edu/philosophy/) and the Department of Logic & Philosophy of Science (LPS) in the School of Social Sciences (http://www.lps.uci.edu/home/).
www.lib.uci.edu /online/subject/subpage.php?subject=philos   (2858 words)

 Research Guides By Subject - Philosophy: Tisch Library: Tufts University
Below are a few major, frequently used sources for the study of Philosophy.
The Encyclopedia is a publishing project of the Metaphysics Research Lab at the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) at Stanford University.
Provides author, subject and citation access to journal articles and book reviews in the arts and humanities.
www.library.tufts.edu /TISCH/subject/philosophy.htm   (691 words)

Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, general editor Robert Audi.
Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, general editor, Edward Craig.
Philosophy : a guide to the reference literature by Hans E. Bynagle.
www.library.umass.edu /subject/philosophy/index.html   (384 words)

 QAA Subject Review: Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Subject Group is committed to instilling the full range of skills that study of philosophy provides.
Progress interviews, which philosophy undergraduate students are expected to attend once each semester, offer them a periodic review of their overall progress and provide an opportunity for all problems relating to their philosophy studies to be raised and addressed;
Programme handbooks are comprehensive and the philosophy subject handbook is clear and readable, as are the handbooks for each individual module, which are outstandingly so;
www.herts.ac.uk /philosophy/QAA.html   (1153 words)

 Find Resources by Subject: Philosophy, Idaho State University Library
For more books on these topics, including books about individual philosophers and philosophies, please use the library catalog: Library Catalog.
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Created by the University of Tennessee-Martin, this online encyclopedia contains lengthy articles on philosophers and thinkers, problems and concepts in philosophy, schools of thought and so on.
Philosophy Pages: This online guide to philosophy contains a dictionary of terms and names, timelines and histories, study guides and links to more philosophy pages.
www.isu.edu /library/research/philosophy.htm   (598 words)

 UVa Library: Subject Guide: Philosophy
Provides sorted links to many kinds of philosophy resources, including full-text works of many philosophers, access to journals and important journal information, web pages of professors and students, and much more.
Excellent e-text coverage of the history of philosophy, with links to many other sites, including "talk" groups.
Database includes more than 15,000 records representing the work of 5,000 women in philosophy.
www.lib.virginia.edu /subjects/philosophy/websites.html   (247 words)

 Norma Wood Library Subject Guides:  Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Here are some helpful subjects to search for in our catalog and various databases.
Here is a list of websites that may be helpful for this subject.
Searchable and browsable by historical category, philosopher, and subject.
www.asumh.edu /library/cybrarian/Pathfinder--philosophy.htm   (561 words)

 By Subject - Philosophy - Bibliographies/Resource Lists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This Web site is an expanded and updated version of the Bibliography, which appeared as Volume I of Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, on the philosophical literature of India during its classical phase and the secondary material on this literature that is available, for the most part, in English
Philosophy in cyberspace : a guide to philosophy-related resources on the Internet /
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www.lib.washington.edu /subject/Philosophy/dr/elbib.html   (109 words)

 Journals in Electronic Format-UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries: E-Journals for the Subject: Philosophy
British journal for the philosophy of science (at least 3 matches)
Palinurus: engaging political philosophy Holdings: March 2006 - Note(s): Some articles in Spanish.
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (at least 2 matches)
eresources.lib.unc.edu /ejournal/subject.php?subjectName=Philosophy   (960 words)

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