So you want to study philosophy?
Here are some resources I've compiled over time to pass on to students who want to keep learning about philosophy on their own.
Philosophy web links:
Here are some websites and links that may be of interest to students who are looking for news, literature, or entertainment related to philosophy:
The Center for Ethics and Education - Resources and podcasts on education and ethics.
The Stone - New York Times philosophy op-ed series.
Aeon - Ideas and culture magazine with philosophy articles.
The Philosophical Lexicon - Joke glossary.
1000-Word Philosophy - Introductory anthology.
Philosophy Bro - Philosophy written for "bros."
PEA Soup - Philosophy, ethics, and academia blog.
Crooked Timber - Academic blog with several contributing philosophers.
Daily Nous - News blog about academic philosophy.
The Point - "A magazine of the examined life"
Below are some philosophical podcasts for your listening enjoyment. Other podcast series that I like and draw from in my courses, but which are not necessarily philosophy-related, include Radiolab, This American Life, New York Times The Daily, and NPR's Hidden Brain.
In addition to all of these, here is a big list of philosophy podcasts: https://dailynous.com/2020/11/23/big-list-philosophy-podcasts/