The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP) is a dynamic reference work that is written and kept up to date by selected scholars in philosophy and related ...
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP) is a dynamic reference work that is written and kept up to date by selected scholars in philosophy and related fields. All entries and substantive revisions are refereed by our Editorial Board before publication. Accessing the SEP online is fast and easy with the SEP iPhone Reader, which has the following features: To find entries: - browse the Table of Contents that lists every available entry - watch the What's New page for newly published entries and the latest revisions - search by keyword or title - bookmark entries you want to revisit -- you can even bookmark individual sections of entries - browse your history, grouped by last visit date - jump to a random entry Within each entry: - search for keywords and navigate highlighted results - jump to any section / subsection within the entry - resize the font - lock the screen orientation Tip: To scroll to the top of an SEP entry, hit the title bar at the top of the iPhone's screen. Notes: The SEP iPhone Reader requires a network connection as entries are retrieved from our server at http://plato.stanford.edu/. The application will always remain advertisement free. We thank Robert Chin for donating his time to develop this application which is powered by his Metapanion Engine.
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