links assembled by Michael Taber
Large, central sites:
- Episteme Links
-- a comprehensive site with many parts, from lecture notes for courses to
philosophical humor. They also have
an excellent page
of links to other philosophy sites on the web.
site listing hundreds of scheduled philosophy conferences
Updates – a Google Groups discussion board, for updates on
- American Philosophical Association
-- the home page for the APA has publications available, a directory of
addresses of philosophers and departments, and links to
many other sites.
- Philosophy @ Large --
includes a list of philosophy-related listserves,
categorized by subject; hosted by England's
- Guide to Philosophy
on the Internet -- assembled by Peter Suber,
a professor of philosophy at Earlham College (in Indiana), this site has
links to many other sites, on everything from pages about particular
philosophers to pages about how to write a philosophy paper.
General reference sites:
- The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
-- a helpful source of background materials on many issues and thinkers,
with entries arranged alphabetically.
- The Stanford
Encyclopedia of Philosophy -- some useful entries, arranged
alphabetically; most entries are yet to be completed.
Kemerling's A Dictionary of Philosophical
Terms and Names -- short entries on a very large collection of terms
and names; includes links to other philosophical reference works.
- Bjorn's Guide to
Philosophy -- a good site for background on many thinkers in
the history of philosophy; maintained by Bjorn Christensson,
an undergraduate in Sweden
(when he assembled this site).
- Yahoo's page of
philosophy links -- links categorized into many subjects.
- The Perseus
Project -- a guide from Tufts University to classical Greek and
Roman philosophy, art, literature, etc.
- The Ism Book --
Peter Saint-Andre's very complete and brief descriptions of just about any
ism you'd care to know about.
'-ism's -- links to others' web pages about various
"-isms" (e.g., deism, existentialism; definition of many
theories, off of Cearly's "One-Stop
Sites exclusively for original philosophy:
- CogPrints: Philosophy Listings – from the
Cognitive Sciences Eprints Archive, the listings
in Philosophy link to dozens of original articles on the theme of
philosophy of mind and philosophy of science.
- EJAP --
the Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy is edited by Craig DeLancey of Indiana
Department of Philosophy.
- Minerva -- a refereed
journal of philosophy, edited by Dr. Stephen Thornton; includes a helpful
list of other electronic journals in philosophy.
-- the student journal from St. Mary's College of Maryland's Department
of Philosophy and Religious Studies; available on-line beginning with
volume #4 (1999).
Carleton University Student Journal of
Philosophy -- with complete editions on-line.
- World Lecture Hall
-- maintained by the University
of Texas, this site
covers all disciplines, and includes lecture notes, course assignments, etc.
- S. Marc Cohen's lecture
notes -- syllabi and helpful lecture notes specializing in
topics and thinkers in Ancient Greek philosophy.
Hinman's Ethics Updates --
includes many discussions of ethical issues and various aspects of ethical
theories, including bibliographic information; also includes links to some
primary texts in the history of philosophy.
Zeno of Elea:
-- a biography and quick discussion of the paradoxes, from those at Seton Hall University.
-- an account of some of the paradoxes for the more mathematically
conversant; also from Seton
- Plato and His Dialogues
-- good, comprehensive site on Plato, assembled by Bernard Suzanne.
- Cyberspace Devoted
to the Study of Classical Athens -- authored by Christopher Planeaux, this contains a good biography and history
- The Socrates Project --
from Clarke College
an annotated electronic text of Plato's Apology, Euthyphro, Crito,
and the death scene from the Phaedo, intended especially to help
beginning readers of these works.
of the Euthyphro
-- from Cynthia Freeland of the University
of the Meno -- also from Cynthia Freeland of
Hellenistic Philosophy and Neoplatonism:
Steve Palmquist's Kant on the Web
page, from his site at the Department of Religion and Philosophy
at Hong Kong Baptist University
- Christiaan Stange’s
Research Station – a thorough collection of material and links,
including everything from articles about his work to pictures of his
gravesite and the correct pronunciation of his name.
Gallagher’s lecture “Dostoevsky
as Philosopher” – a lecture given at UC Davis in 1998.
J. Mattey’s lecture “Dostoyevski
on Freedom” – a lecture given at UC Davis in 1995, this covers the
relation between freedom and happiness in Dostoevsky’s thought.
F. M. Dostoevsky
Literary-Memorial Museum – in St.
this site includes photos of some of the artifacts and places in
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