Internet Reference Library

Philosophy

EpistemeLinks: Philosophy Resources on Internet
http://www.epistemelinks.com
An organized collection of thousands of links to resources devoted to philosophy. Includes links to resources on philosophers, topics in philosophy, images, print and electronic journals, and e-texts. The topics pages have links to terms in various online general and specialized encyclopedias. (LII)

Ethics Updates
http://ethics.sandiego.edu
This site "is designed primarily to be used by ethics instructors and their students....to provide updates on current literature, both popular and professional that relates to ethics." Includes separate pages on Immanuel Kant and Deontology and Aristotle and Virtue Ethics. (LII)

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/
Hundreds of articles featuring "detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy." Maintained by two philosophy professors and a team of volunteer specialists. Not searchable. (LII)

Philosophy Pages
http://www.philosophypages.com/index.htm
This site on philosophy and philosophers has a concise Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names , a survey History of Western Philosophy , a Timeline of Western Philosophers (from 600 B.C.E. to the present), a discussion of logic, a guide to the study of philosophy, and a collection of briefly annotated links to additional resources. (LII)

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
http://plato.stanford.edu
Philosophy professors at Stanford University are developing this encyclopedia, featuring hundreds of articles. The section called "What's New" features the latest entries. Searchable and browsable. (LII).

Voice of the Shuttle: Philosophy Page
http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2724
"The Voice of the Shuttle …mission has been to provide a structured and briefly annotated guide to online resources that at once respects the established humanities disciplines in their professional organization and points toward the transformation of those disciplines as they interact with the sciences and social sciences and with new digital media." (VoS)




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