Sites that look at both sides of an issue
- This site has a range of resources under headings such as Deductive Logic and Social and Political Philosophy
- This site has pros and cons on many controversial issues, conveniently grouped by category.
- The International Debate Educattion Association has a 'debatabase' where you can browse debates by theme and see arguments on both sides of a topic.
General Philosophy sites
- The Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy is a peer-reviewed academic
- The Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy organises scholars from around the world in Philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up to date reference work.
- A U.S. magazine of ideas with articles, letters, reviews, columns, news and editorials on Philosophy. You can read four free articles per month.
More useful links
The links relate to John Stuart Mill
Robert Nozick and John Rawls
Hobbes and Locke (only pages 7 – 13)
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