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"[T]his work is commendable for its content, scope, and organization. Previous editions were organized by types of reference resources. In this edition Bynagle has helpfully opted for a subject arrangement of the material: General Sources, History of Philosophy, Branches of Philosophy, and Miscellanea. The annotations provided for each entry are generally helpful. The book covers core, gateway, and organizational Web sites; it amply compensates for modest cross-referencing with extensive author, title, and subject indexes. Recommended. Primarily academic libraries serving graduate students and research faculty in philosophy."

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A newly reorganized, up-to-date overview of key reference works in philosophy published over the past decade.

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