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5/13/08 8:36 AM
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Joe Ray
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Is pretty damn good. Enjoy.
5/27/08 11:14 AM
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any university philo student has this and the jstor system bookmarked

5/27/08 6:36 PM
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It's been set as my homepage for quite a while now. Fantastic resource.
5/28/08 4:44 AM
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I have not used jstor before but I always see it coming up in searches.

Is it possible for a regular web-user to join?
5/28/08 9:34 AM
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baxter stockman
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yeah, but it's expensive...


if you're attending a university or are an alumnus, you should be able to contact the library/media department of the institution and acquire a login. for me, i just have to link to jstor from my school's library page and then use the same login info as everything else for school, like e-mail and administrative network access.


also, projectMUSE is another good resource. it's for academic journals, too.


here's a link to my department's philo and religion resource page. you may find some useful sites.


library.louisville.edu/research/philosophy/


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