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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Unquestionably the best online reference work for philosophy.
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
A searchable database of articles on philosophy. It is a growing resource, where the editor aims to replace adaptations of material written for other purposes with articles written especially for the IEP by professional philosophers. Searching the database is aided by a clickable timeline of ancient philosophy, from the pre-socratics to the twentieth century. The site also maintains a clickable list of keywords.
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
A large site offering a list of links to online philosophy resources. Browsable categories include general guides (separated into different languages), philosophers and philosophies, philosophical topics, associations, journals and electronic texts. Hosted by the Department of Philosophy, Earlham College, Indiana.
WWW Virtual Library: Philosophy
This is a general gateway to online resources for the humanities, including Philosophy.
Writings by modern and classical philosophers from the Philosophy section of the EServer, based at the University of Washington. This contains canonical philosophic texts and links to scholarly philosophic organizations.
David Chalmers’s website
An excellent site, containing a number of resources relevant to philosophy, consciousness, and related topics. Sub-sections include: an annotated bibliography to philosophy of mind; a bibliography of consciousness in the sciences; online papers on consciousness; people with online papers in philosophy; web resources related to consciousness and philosophy; philosophical humour (recommended!); zombies on the web, and some of Chalmers’s own work.
Voice of the Shuttle: Classical Studies Page.
Offers a large listing of links to Web resources for the classics, including a section on philosophy.
Classics Collections (University of Florida)
A guide to online resources for the study of classics, provided by the George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida. Includes subject guides/ indices, databases, bibliographies, directories/ associations, electronic texts, journals and instructional resources. The site also includes the Argos Limited Area Search of the Ancient Medieval Internet. Greek and Roman philosophy is one of the areas of strength within the collection. The site includes a search facility.
The Last Days of Socrates
A teaching tool designed to help undergraduate philosophy students to read the Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and the death scene from the Phaedo, in order to help them prepare for philosophical discussion of these texts in the classroom. The site links to illustrated translations of these works, as well as a bibliography and links to related texts.
Nigel Warburton and David Edmond interview leading thinkers on ethical questions surrounding new technology and medicine.
A series of podcasts from The OU which focuses on some of today’s most contentious moral issues with contributions from eminent commentators drawn from across the world.
A series of 10 interviews with leading thinkers who have contributed to the debate about multiculturalism (with Nigel Warburton and David Edmonds).
Podcast interviews with famous philosophers by Nigel Warburton and David Edmonds.
Social Science Bites
A n ongoing podcast series of interviews with eminent Social Scientists made with David Edmonds and SAGE publications: Nigel Warburton is the interviewer.
John Locke Bibliography
A listing of recent publications by and about the English philosopher John Locke.
Brown Electronic Article Review Service (BEARS) in Moral and Political Philosophy
BEARS electronically publishes short but substantial reviews of articles in moral and political Philosophy that have appeared in the last six months.
Aristotle's Political Philosophy
Maintained by Clifford Angell Bates, Jr.
The Bentham Project
Homepage of the Bentham Project, whose aim is to produce a new scholarly edition of the works and correspondence of Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832).
Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought
A large listing of links to contemporary philosophy resources on the Internet, with information on individual thinkers - including Terry Eagleton, Donna Haraway, Richard Rorty, and Edward Said. Provided by the University of Colorado at Denver, School of Education.
A collection of electronic texts of Rousseau's work on the WWW. Many are in French, but Confessions, Discourse on the Origin of Inequality, Discourse on Political Economy, Emile, Narcissus and The Social Contract all appear in English.
Yahoo's alphabetical list of links to sites devoted to individual philosophers
‘How Feminism Is Re-writing the Philosophical Canon’ by Professor Charlotte Witt
The Philosopher’s Magazine
News, reviews, articles, features, interviews and discussions presented in non-technical language for a general audience.
Philosophy Now, the oldest and biggest-selling popular philosophy magazine. The website contains a selection of complete articles from the paper magazine plus reports, fiction, news, discussion forums, links and a calendar of philosophical events.
The Philosophy and Religious Studies Centre of the Learning and Teaching Support Network contains resources for teachers of philosophy and provides a forum for discussing the teaching of philosophy at HE level.