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TPM Online: The Philosopher’s Magazine
Online site to one of the most popular philosophy magazines around. Features articles, games, quotes, news, books to buy. Some articles are password-protected, meaning you must subscribe to the magazine to access. Very useful for students and teachers.

Questions: Philosophy for Young People
Features essays, drawings, discussions, either completed by students (grades K – 12) or facilitated by adults but featuring students’ ideas. Issues are topical. Useful for teachers and students of all grade levels. First two issues are available online.

Proceedings of the Friesian School: Fourth Series
Features essays on wide range of philosophical issues. Some are technical, but many are accessible to general readers. Also includes reviews of books and articles. Very useful for students and teachers.

Philosophy Now: A Magazine of Ideas
Online version of one of the most popular philosophy magazines, it does a great job of addressing issues for the general public. Some articles are password-protected, meaning you must subscribe to the magazine to access. Useful for both students and teachers.

Dualist: Stanford’s Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy
Features high-quality essays from undergraduate students. Somewhat useful for teachers, but could be interesting to have students read to see what philosophy is like at the collegiate level. Essays can be fairly technical.

BEARS: Brown Electronic Article Review Service – In Moral and Political Philosophy
Site features substantial reviews of articles published in last six months. Most useful for teachers, but higher level students could benefit from reading reviews.


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