The McGraw-Hill Guide to Philosophy on the Web helps students learn about the Internet and Web in general and in particular about philosophy on the Internet. The goal of this concise guide is to help philosophy students judge the valuable material from the mediocre, to direct them to excellent Internet resources, and to warn them about flimflam. The first part of the guide covers the general process of using a site, using various Search Engines, saving pages, copying text from pages, and saving all of the above. The last two parts are specific to philosophy. They talk about the special problems of using the Web for books, papers, and discussions in philosophy, and about special issues concerning philosophy on the Internet.
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