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What TeX resources are there that are aimed at the field philosophy?

I already know of PhilTeX and LaTeX for logicians.

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The link to PhilTex seems broken. Does anyone have an up-to-date url? – Yori Oct 10 '13 at 6:26
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Note that philosophy.sty is not a recommended package for philosophers using LaTeX. Rather, it is a package for philosophers using LaTeX who are forced to deal with editors who insist that their manuscripts 'look as if they were produced in Word'. (And, yes, this really is a requirement of some places and, yes, it makes even less sense than 'We only take Word'.) It does this very well. (At least, it satisfied a place that demanded this of me.) It is based on the 'brain dead' package but extends it a bit. – cfr Jun 23 '14 at 2:51

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