Sunday, April 4, 2010

Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy again

Here are links to a few entries which I have found useful in some of my recent research:

Epistemology of Religion

Epistemology

Consciousness

Religious Diversity

1 comment:

Alison Elise said...

Greetings!

What beautiful writing--thank you.

I hope this finds you well. My name is Alison Jarrett and I am currently a post-graduate student at the London School of Economics and Political Science, studying Global Media and Communications. I found your writing after this site was recommended to me by Shelina Janmohammad.

At the moment I am beginning the empirical research for my dissertation about young British Muslims who create and maintain their own blogs and websites. I am looking primarily at writers with high levels of education and net-literacy, and I am interested in learning about why they keep religious blogs, what sorts of things they write about, and the kinds of responses they get from readers.

Seeing that you're from the UK and after reading some of your work, I would love to interview you and gain your insight to enrich my research.

I would greatly appreciate any help or advice, and please don’t hesitate to ask questions if you want more clarification on my work. The finished report is due to be released around November, and I will happily share my research and findings.

If you're interested, please let me know the best way to contact you!

Best regards,
Alison Jarrett
MSc Global Media and Communications
London School of economics and Political Science
a.e.jarrett@lse.ac.uk
(0)781-415-7749