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Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts: A collection of public domain documents from American and English literature as well as Western philosophy. Search the digital collection by title or keyword to locate the literary work in full text. The complete texts of all the items in the Alex Catalogue are available by download only. This search engine functions as a concordance to the electronic books retrieveable from this website. This site is maintained by Librarian, Eric Morgan of Infomotions, Inc.

 

Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece: An index to major e-texts in Ancient Greek History and Greek Philosophy.

 

Areas of Philosophy: Includes philosophy areas such as Aesthetics, Chinese Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Philosophy of Mind, Environmental Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Artificial Life, Philosophy of Feminism, History and Philosophy of Mathematics, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Logic, Philosophy of Religion, and Political and Social Philosophy.

 

Avalon Project: A major collection of full-text digital documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government. Online documents are available from late B.C. to the 21st century. This digital project is sponsored by Yale University.

 

Classic Texts in Ethics: Philosophers of note whose work are available include Plato, Aristotle, Epictetus, Hobbes, and Locke, among many others.

 

Episteme Links: This site covers over 19,000 categorized links to philosophy resources on the Internet and has several additional features. Online since early 1997, this site is free to use, and doesn't require user registration of any kind. Begin browsing the site by using the Philosophers or Topics links below, or by using the link category or special feature links below.

 

Ethics and Moral Philosophy: This website is designed by professor Robert Cavalier in the philosophy department at Carnegie Mellon University. The materials offer both historical and thematic perspectives on the subject of ethics. Key representatives of the history of ethics are presented and major ethical theories are analyzed and critiqued.

 

EthicsWeb: "A collection of ethics-related websites, EthicsWeb is run by philosopher-ethicist Chris MacDonald since 1994. The style and function of the various EthicsWeb websites varies, but each strives to present a selected range of high-quality ethics-related resources on a particular topic. Most of the EthicsWeb sites have a Canadian "slant," but all provide information that will be of interest to international visitors."

 

Garth Kemerling's Philosophy Pages: "Aids to the study of philosophy, including study guide, dictionary, timeline, discussion of major philosophers, and links to e-texts."

 

Great Books and Classics: A gateway to the online full-text versions of the Great Books series including the most recent updates and additions. The links are organized by author in chronological order.

 

Guide to Philosophy on the Internet: A comprehensive collection of online philosophy resources. Although the Hippos and Noseis philosophy search engines are no longer functional, this site is still useful as an index to multiple sites for each philosopher available on the Internet. ("As of February 16, 2003, I will no longer update this guide. After eight years online, this is a hard decision but one forced by the press of other work. I plan to leave it online indefinitely and hope that enough links are still alive to make it useful." —Peter Suber at Earlham College)

 

Ibiblio: "Home to one of the largest "collections of collections" on the Internet, ibiblio.org is a conservancy of freely available information, including software, music, literature, art, history, science, politics, and cultural studies. ibiblio.org is a collaboration of the Center for the Public Domain and The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill."

 

Metaphysics: Professor Kelley Ross, Ph.D. of the Department of Philosophy at Los Angeles Valley College has developed an index to philosophical essays written by the metaphysical philosophers from the 1700's-(Kant, Schopenhauer, Spinoza, Leibniz).

 

Neosis: "Noesis is a limited area search engine for open access, academic philosophy on the Internet."

 

Perseus Digital Library: "This digital library contains hundreds of texts from Ancient Greece and Rome. The texts are accompanied by scholarly essays and images."

 

Philosopher Index: An alphabetical index to individual philosophers from ancient to modern.

 

PhilPapers: This is a comprehensive directory of online philosophy articles and books by academic philosophers. The journals are selected from many areas of philosophy. Use the link under "monitor current research" to browse nearly 200 philosophy journals. The philosophical research on the internet has been selected by the general editors David Bouget and David Chalmers of Australian National University.

 

Philosophy Around the Web: "The main purpose of this search portal is to act as a guide and a gateway to philosophy resources on the Internet." The heart of the site is a set of links organized into fourteen main categories. Some links cross-reference where applicable, if you don't find what you're looking for straight away, try browsing through the other pages.

 

PhilWebb: Richard Clarke, Professor of Literature at the University of West Indies, has developed a pathfinder to print and electronic information in philosophy. The sidebar-index includes links to 15 branches of philosophy, 21 philosophical methodologies, 4 historical eras covering hundred's of philosophers theorists in philosophy.

 

Scholarpedia: "The Scholarpedia is a free peer reviewed encyclopedia written by scholars from all around the world. Each article is written by an expert (invited or elected by the public). Each article is anonymously peer reviewed to ensure accurate and reliable information. Each article has a curator - typically its author -- who is responsible for its content. Any modification of the article needs to be approved by the curator before it appears in the final, approved version."

Classics Archive: This website provides over 400 full-text works of classical literature by 59 different authors, including user-driven commentary and "reader's choice" Web sites. The works are mainly Greco-Roman works (some Chinese and Persian), and all are in English translation. The Internet Classics Archive is maintained by Daniel C. Stevenson of Web Atomics.

 

Ethics Resource Center: "The ERC is a private, nonprofit organization devoted to independent research and the advancement of high ethical standards and practices in public and private institutions. For 88 years ERC has been a resource for institutions committed to a strong ethical culture." Available on the site is Ethics Today, the electronic newsletter published every second month and distributed free to 10,000 readers worldwide, EthicsStat, Fellows Notes and Webcasts in which ERC convenes online panels of experts to discuss the day's most topical issues."

 

Ethics Updates: This philosophy site is designed by professors at the University of San Diego primarily to be used by ethics instructors and their students. This search engine is intended to provide resources and updates on current literature, both popular and professional, that relates to ethics.

 

Friesian School:  The Procedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series is a non-peer-reviewed electronic journal and archive of Philosophy. It is updated as needed, published and edited by Kelley Ross, Ph.D, former Professor of Philosophy, Los Angeles Valley College. "The essays at this site, addressing many philosophical, historical, scientific, religious, economic, legal, and political issues, range from the fully annotated and technical to more informal and discursive discussions."

 

Plato and His Dialogues: A thorough list of links to the online, full-text works of Plato, including the history and interpretation of the Dialogues. This site on Plato and his dialogues is made possible by the dedicated work of Professor Bernard Suzanne.

 

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: "A dynamic reference work, each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field. All entries and updates are refereed by the members of a distinguished Editorial Board before they are made public.