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Study Skills Links — Philosophy

Aesthetics | Aristotle | Jeremy Bentham | David Chalmers | Cognitive Science | William Lane Craig | Albert Einstein | Environmental Philosophy | Evolution | Existentialism | Greek Philosophy | Gilbert Harman | Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel | Martin Heidegger | Hermeneutics | Edmund Husserl/Phenomenology | William James | Immanuel Kant | Marxism | Metaphysics | Moral Relativism/Philosophy | Freidrich Nietzsche | Political Philosophy | Postmodernism | Socrates | Quentin Smith | Utilitarianism | Ludwig Wittgenstein

Guide to Philosophy on the InternetVery comprehensive site with information categorized by philosopher and by subject, as well as various search engines, syllabi, biographies, tips for writing papers, e-texts, newsgroups, projects, jobs, dictionaries and glossaries, quotations, and much more.
The Radical Academy: Adventures in PhilosophyGlossary, resources (philosophy, science, education politics), article archives, critiques, Topics on Decartes, Cartesian method, dualism, metaphysics, and more. Types of philosophy discussed: Ancient, Medieval, Modern, Recent, American, Islamic, Jewish, Political, and Eastern.
Stanford Encyclopedia of PhilosophyExtensive information on philosophers, theories and movements.
Facts Encyclopedia: Philosophy ResourcesComprehensive list of links to various resources
OhioLINK: History of PhilosophyAncient Greek philosophy, Medieval philosophy, Continental Rationalism, British Empiricism, German Critical philosophy, Nineteenth-Century philosophy, Twentieth-Century philosophy, American philosophy
Open Directory Project: PhilosophyComprehensive information categorized by philosophers, history, theories/movements, journals, chat rooms, reference, employment, and much more.
The Internet Encyclopedia of PhilosophyComprehensive information on theories and philosophers
The STOA: A Consortium for Electronic Publication in the HumanitiesArticles and papers about ancient studies
Daniel C. Dennett’s links—2Think.orgBook reviews, articles and resources for anthropology, astronomy, biography, ecology/nature, evolution, history, history of science, mind, mythology, parenting/kids, philosophy, physics, popular science, religion, science fiction
Contemporary Philosophy of Mind:An Annotated Bibliography
Rivendell Educational ArchiveInformation on drama, history and Athenian philosophers
The Secular Web LibraryDivided into Modern and Historical libraries, topics include science, religion, theism (including the existence of God), life and death, and more.
Harvard librarySpecific databases include anthropology, art, biography, business, classics, economics, education, gender studies, history, literature and language, medicine, music, philosophy and ethics, psychology, public policy, sociology
Hanover Historical Texts ProjectThe Project's principal aim is to make primary texts readily available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Texts span many continents (U.S., Asia, Africa, and more), time periods (Ancient Greece to modern times) and writers (Francis Bacon, Martin Luther, and others).
Biographies: The PhilosophersBiographies of many philosophers
Center for Philosophy of Science—University of PittsburghResources for articles, web sites and more
Island of FreedomInformation for various areas, including, philosophers (including Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher), poets, artists, composers, theologians, the Tao, Confucius, Bhagavad-Gita, Siddhartha
Moral MusingsA Quarterly Journal of Social and Political Thought
Paideia Project—World Congress of PhilosophyAll presented papers archived on a wide variety of topics in pshilosophy.
PHILTAR: Philosophy, Theology, and ReligionMoral philosophy inks and information. Sub-topics include Animal Rights, Bioethics/Medical Ethics, Business Ethics, Contractarianism, Egoism, Environmental Ethics, Epicureanism, Ethical Relativism, Existentialism, Feminism, Intuitionism, Justice, Kantianism, Rights, Stoicism, Utilitarianism, Virtue Ethics, War and Peace
Readings in Modern PhilosophyArticles by and about various philosophers (including, Hume, Descartes, Rousseau), including timelines and political maps
Cognitive Science, Humanities, and the ArtsBibliographic resources for the history of philosophy, ethics, postmodernism, gender issues, and more.

Aesthetics:

Aesthetics Online— American Society for AestheticsArticles, reviews, bibliographies, teaching resources, conference reports, professional opportunities, and links.

Aristotle:

Aristotle’s Political Philosophy PagePolitics, ethics, concordance, and e-texts

Jeremy Bentham:

Jeremy BenthamArticles by and about Bentham, as well as links to utilitarianism

David Chalmers:

David ChalmersProfessor of Philosophy’s articles and recommended resources

Cognitive Science:

Department of Cognitive and Neural Science— Boston UniversityFocus on brain control behavior and technology, research, and links

William Lane Craig:

Albert Einstein:

Albert Einstein OnlineInformation about and by Einstein

Environmental Philosophy:

Environmental Ethics—UNTThis World Wide Web server is dedicated to providing access to Internet resources throughout the world which pertain to or focus on environmental ethics and environmental philosophy.

Evolution:

UCMP Exhibit Halls—Evolution WingThese exhibits trace evolutionary thought as it has developed over time, pausing to ponder the contributions of scientists and thinkers including Aristotle, Darwin, Wallace, and many others
Evolutionary Theory Home PageArticles on evolution and archaeology

Existentialism:

The Dividing LineInformation and extensive articles on Existentialism
Pleasures of the MindInformation on Geothe, Pablo Neruda, W.B. Yeats, Robert Frost, A. Pushkin, A. Solzhenitsyn, and Existentialism, as well as virtual hikes.

Greek Philosophy:

Gilbert Harman:

Gilbert Harman—Dept of Philosophy, Princeton UniversityMany of his published articles on ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, language, and mind in PDF files. Also links to the Princeton Cognitive Science department.

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel:

The Hegel Society of AmericaTo promote the study of the philosophy of Hegel and Hegelianism, its place within the history of thought, and its relation to social, political, and cultural movements since his time.

Martin Heidegger:

Hermeneutics:

Hermeneutics—End Times.orgDescription, history and resources
Foundationalism and HermeneuticsInformation, history and links for more resources

Edmund Husserl/Phenomenology:

The Husserl PageTo provide easy access to those net resources pertaining to the life and work of the 20th century philosopher, Edmund Husserl.

William James:

William JamesComprehensive resources, including essays, letters, reviews from H. James, and various other resources

Immanuel Kant:

Immanuel KantGreat information, charts, terms, background, and resources
North American Kant SocietyLots of online resources
Kant on the WebWritings, e-texts, and various resources

Marxism:

Marxists Internet ArchiveHistory, writers, subject archive, and Encyclopedia of Marxism

Metaphysics:

Principia Cybernetica WebMetaphysics and philosophy articles and resources

Moral Relativism/Philosophy:

PHILTAR: Philosophy, Theology, and ReligionMoral philosophy inks and information. Sub-topics include Animal Rights, Bioethics/Medical Ethics, Business Ethics, Contractarianism, Egoism, Environmental Ethics, Epicureanism, Ethical Relativism, Existentialism, Feminism, Intuitionism, Justice, Kantianism, Rights, Stoicism, Utilitarianism, Virtue Ethics, War and Peace

Freidrich Nietzsche:

The Free LibraryInfo, links and Zarathustra text
Thus Spoke ZarathustraThomas Common translation

Political Philosophy:

Political Philosophy Internet ResourcesMany links on political topics
Aristotle’s Political Philosophy PagePolitics, ethics, concordance, and e-texts

Postmodernism:

The Electronic LabyrinthDefinition and links for postmodernism

Socrates:

The Last Days of SocratesThis site is designed to help first year philosophy students read the Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and the death scene from the Phaedo.

Quentin Smith:

The Secular Web Library: Quentin SmithArticles on a variety of topics, including Atheism and Naturalism

Utilitarianism:

Utilitarianism ResourcesArticles and links on utilitarianism

Ludwig Wittgenstein:

The Wittgenstein ArchivesThe Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB) were established in 1990 with the aim of producing a complete machine-readable version of Wittgenstein's Nachlaß.