Web sites should be chock full of information, but information isn’t everything. In philosophy, in particular, it’s philosophical activity that really matters. And here at UNC—and even right here on our Web site—opportunities for philosophical activity abound.
First of all, there are the Philosophy Forums—online forums for philosophical discussion.
We also host The Argument Clinic, an argument evaluation service that will let you know whether your arguments are in good order so far as their logic is concerned, and The Daily Translation, a site devoted to translation problems designed to help logic students learn how to do translations from English into a notation for first-order logic.
On campus here at UNC, further opportunities for philosophical activity are promoted by the Coalition of Student Philosophers—UNC’s undergraduate philosophy club.
Finally, if all this activity wears you out and you find yourself wanting to sit back and enjoy yourself for a while, check out the links in the Pastimes portion of our Primers and Pastimes section. There you’ll find links to sites devoted to philosophical humor and even a description of a philosophical game. Once revived, turn to the Primers portion of that section and bone up on Arguments and Their Evaluation—something every philosopher needs to know cold.