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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
PHILOSOPHY OF MIND:
David Chalmer's Home Page An excellent philosophy of mind site - resources, links to online papers, as well as Chalmer's own work.
Online papers on consciousness, compiled by David Chalmers: remember, these are all published articles and must be properly cited.
Bibliography: Philosophy of Mind, also by David Chalmers: an excellent list of contemporary articles on almost any topic in philosophy of mind.
Skytopia: Dynamic Optical Illusions More fun illusions - check out the checker shadow illusion near the end.
Chat with ALICE: a 'chat' robot. Does she pass the Turing Test?
Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind, edited by Chris Eliasmith
Logic and Fallacies, The Athiesm Web
Logic Puzzles, compiled by Arlet Ottens
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, a project of the Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by James Fieser
Peter Suber's Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
Picture Gallery of Philosophers (Philosophy, U. of Waterloo)
Fun and Games from the Philosophers' Magazine
Philosophy Paper Help ...
in Philosophy: Dept. of Philosophy, University
General Advice on Essay Writing: by Ronald De Sousa, University of Toronto
Writing a Philosophy Paper: by Peter Horban, Simon Fraser University
Philosophy Paper Writing Guidelines: by Tim O'Keefe and Anne Farrell, University of Minnesota at Morris
Tips on Writing a Philosophy Paper: by Douglas W. Portmore, College of Charleston. (Also has many more writing philosophy paper links.)
Part 1: How to Read a Philosophy Paper; Part 2: How to Plan a Philosophy Paper; Part 3: How to Write a Philosophy Paper: Parts 1 and 2 by Jeff McLaughlin, University College of the Cariboo, and Part 3 by Istvan Berkeley, University of Southern Louisiana.
More Writing Help ...
Writing at the University of Toronto: Info, links, courses & more.
Standard Documentation Formats (Writing at the U of T)
Honesty in Scholarship: U of T Philosophy Dept.'s statement
Avoiding Plagiarism: from The Writing Place, at Northwestern University