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Presents information related to philosophy. Offers access to articles and text, arranged in alphabetical order by author. Contains a timeline of philosophy. Provides definitions and descriptions of key philosophical ideas and words. Includes a site search engine. (James Fieser, Ph.D, general editor)
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Signed articles on a wide variety of religious concepts from a sociological and anthropological perspective. Articles include bibliographies. Electronic version of Altamira Press publication, edited by William H. Swatos, Jr.(Hartford Institute for Religion Research, Hartford Seminary)
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