Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy - new platform, new resources

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Beginning March 2, 2009, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy will soon have a new, improved software platform.

Check out the pdf brochure that tells you more about it. Some of the text is below in the extended entry.

The brochure also relays the news that three new files will become available at no additional cost to the U of M Libraries. That's good news! The three new titles are:
• Routledge Companion to Aesthetics
• Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy
• Routledge Companion to History of Modern Science

Try it out. The url will not change, it will still be http://www.lib.umn.edu/get/reophil (U of M authentication required).

Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online is now available
on a new platform – Routledge Philosophy Online.
What does that mean?
REP Online has a newly redesigned website. With an updated look,
clearer site navigation, and new functionality, REP Online will
continue to be at the forefront of online philosophy research.
New content
Also available through Routledge Philosophy Online are three other
philosophy reference works not previously published online:
• Routledge Companion to Aesthetics
• Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy
• Routledge Companion to History of Modern Science
With over 630 new articles, these new online publications ideally
complement REP Online and we are pleased to offer this new
content for free when you subscribe to REP Online.
With its easy, intuitive user environment and special resources for
users at all levels, REP Online is a living and truly authoritative work
that enriches the studies of academics, students and general
readers worldwide.
FAQ
Will my current bookmarks work?
Yes, the URL will remain unchanged.
Will the new site affect my current subscription?
No – your current subscription will continue to run as before.
Do I need to pay extra for these three new sites?
No, these are provided free with a REP Online subscription.
How much new content is there on the new site?
There are over 650 articles published for the first time online in this new site.

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