The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy : A non-profit organization
run by the editors. Operates through the volunteer work of the
editors, authors, and technical advisors. A huge data base of
information on philosophy and philosophers.
Ancient Philosophy: This course is conceived both as an
introduction to the main topics of Ancient philosophy and as
a brief survey of its development from the Presocratics through
to the Classical schools of Academy and Lyceum.
Philosophy Resources: Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research
Base is categorized by history, subject and author. Integrating
text resources with the best online resources, this study guide
attempts to aid both academic and general interest in all philosophical
genres and their related fields.
A Student's History of Philosophy (New York and London: Macmillan,
1908), by Arthur Kenyon Rogers (multiple formats at archive.org)
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: A dynamic reference
work with each entry maintained and kept up to date by an expert
or group of experts in the field With links to Mirror sites
in Australia and Netherlands.
Philosophy around the Web: The main purpose of this site
is to act as a guide and a gateway to philosophy resources on
Contemporary Philosophy of Mind: This is a bibliography
of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive
science, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and on consciousness
in the sciences. It consists of 5702 entries, and is divided
into six parts, each of which is further divided by topic and
History of Philosophy (c1903), by William Turner (HTML at
Notre Dame) B77 .B65
Historical Studies in Philosophy (London: Macmillan and Co.,
1912), by Emile Boutroux, trans. by Fred Rothwell (multiple
formats at archive.org) B79 .F34
American Philosophical Associaton Newsletters: The
APA newsletters are published online twice a year (fall and
spring). They currently offer newsletters on several topics:
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Yoga, by Swami Krishnananda,
a highly respected philosophical writer, especially on metaphysics,
psychology and sociology. Swamiji's books are known the world
over as excellent presentations of answers to the daily questions
that arise in the day-to-day confrontations of a human being.
Initiation Into Philosophy, by Emile Faguet, trans. by Home
Gordon (Gutenberg text)
Philosophy Pages: This site offers helpful information for
students of the Western philosophical tradition. The elements
you will find on this site include
Philosophy For Life: Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous
Situations is so far being published in 19 countries.
Chinese Philosophy: This page has been designed for the
purpose of organizing the resources on Chinese philosophy that
can be found in the 'cyberspace'. Also check
useful Chinese Philosophy Links
A Sketch of Ancient Philosophy from Thales to Cicero (Cambridge:
University Press, 1912), This books was meant for undergraduates
at the University or others who are commencing the study of
the philosophical works of Cicero or Plato or Aristotle in the
original language. Although published about 140 years ago, the
content is still useful.
Indian Philosophies: This site constitutes a bibliography
of the philosophical literature of India during its classical
phase and the secondary material on this literature that is
available (for the most part) in English. This Web site is an
expanded and updated version of the Bibliography which appeared
as Volume I of Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies.
Asian Thought Online Sources: These philosophical commentaries,
though still in process, are the intellectual property of Gordon
L. Ziniewicz. They may be downloaded and freely distributed
in electronic form only, provided no alterations are made to
the original text.
American Philosophy Online Texts: A very useful collection
of free online texts about native American and American Philosophies.
Full Text Online Philosophy Journals: These are mainly traditional
printed (rather than online-only) journals, with full text online
access limited to the Western Michigan University community.
The list includes some art and science items, and links to sites
with miscellaneous online papers etc., along with some search
engines (best initial choices bolded, Scopus has the most complete
integration), topics, weblogs and publishers/bookstores.
for East Asian Language and Thought. This site is mainted
by A. Charles Muller, Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo
Greek Philosophers: A useful collection of online Texts
by ancient Greek Philosophers.
Native American Cultural Philosophy: Web Site dedicated
to a critique of Western European Philosophy and Ideology from
a native American perspective.
Greek Philosophy : Comprehensive information on Presocratics,
Socrates and his Followers, Plato, Aristotle, Stoicism, Epicureanism,
Skepticism, Neoplatonism the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
European Philosophy Sites :A good collection of links arranged
country wise. UK is excluded. Also check
History of 19th Century Philosophy.
Russian Philosophy on the Internet : This site maintained
since Oct 1995 contains Directory of InteLnet sites and pages
devoted to Russian Thought. Also available here is
an overview of Russian Philosophy by Mikhail Epstein
African Philosophy Resources: This one starts from African
philosophy, and organizes other useful resources on philosophy
which focuses on Africa, philosophy done in Africa, and philosophy
that is part of the traditional conversation among African philosophers.Also
African Philosophy Documents: Papers and
African Philosophy Teaching Resources
Japan: Philosophy & Religion: An annotated Directory
of Internet Resources on the philosophy and religion of Japan
with link to Shinto, Buddhism, Confucianism, Bushido and new
Islamic Philosophy: General information, events, downloads,
articles, search, tools, journal and more.
Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind: This dictionary is intended
as a free resource for all those interested in the philosophy
The Science of Breath: Part 1 essays and part 2 the
Science of Breath.
The Philosophy of Death: Links and resources on the subject
of death and dying and afterlife.
Philosophy and the proof of God's existence by Roger Jones:
There are many traditional "proofs" for the existence of God,
and we will look at three of them: The argument from design,
the ontological argument and the cosmological argument...