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Sewanee Writing Center
The Writing Center
The Writing Center, located on the main floor of du Pont Library, provides objective peer support to Sewanee students who seek assistance with their writing projects. The student tutors represent a wide range of majors, and they can help you at any stage in the writing process, including topic development, rough drafts, final drafts, and revisions.
Resources on the Web
PhilPapers uses advanced trawling techniques and large-scale crowd-sourcing to monitor all sources of research content in philosophy, including journals, books, personal pages, and open access archives. Our index currently includes 2,019,031 research books and articles. Over 5,000 individuals have contributed content to our index. PhilPapers includes an Open Access archive that is integrated with its citation index. This innovative fusion has enabled PhilPapers' archive to quickly become the primary open access archive of research in philosophy.
Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy
The most substantial, authoritative, and scholarly open-access online encyclopedia in philosophy, but not yet complete. Lengthy articles and extensive bibliographies.
Internet encyclopedia of philosophy
An ongoing project produced by volunteer editors, authors and technical advisors, chiefly academic philosophers in the US, Britain, and Australia.
Guide to philosophy-related Web resources
MindPapers: a bibliography of the philosophy of mind and the science of consciousness
This is a bibliography of work in the philosophy of mind, the philosophy of cognitive science, and the science of consciousness. It consists of over 28,000 entries.
The Supreme Court Database
The Database contains over two hundred pieces of information about each case decided by the Court between the 1953 and 2016 terms. Examples include the identity of the court whose decision the Supreme Court reviewed, the parties to the suit, the legal provisions considered in the case, and the votes of the Justices.
Access to a vast amount of information from Congress, including ability to search for bills and resolutions, public laws, roll call votes, current activity in Congress, Congressional Record, legislative schedules and calendars, committee information, presidential nominations, treaties and links to other online legislative and governmental resources.
Official web site of the United States government contains links to federal, state, local and tribal political sites with a wealth of online information, services and resources.
Jessie Ball duPont Library, University of the South
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