Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
Department, Earlham College
I stopped updating this guide in February 2003, after eight years online. I plan to leave it online for the foreseeable future and hope that enough links are still alive to make it useful.
I know that the guide contains many dead links and omits many valuable new sites. For a comprehensive, well-organized, and up-to-date guide to philosophy on the internet, I can recommend Tom Stone's EpistemeLinks.
Also see the sections on Philosophers and
Online papers, and
- Access the Great Books.
From the Access Foundation and Encyclopedia Britannica. Links to many online "great books", not limited to philosophy.
- Ancient and Medieval Texts in Philosophy and Theology. From The Labyrinth guide to medieval studies.
- Akamac E-Text Links.
Very thorough on the philosophers it covers.
- Alex: A Catalog of Electronic Texts on the Internet.
Not limited to philosophy.
- APA List of Electronic Texts
- The Aphil Library.
Philosophical works in the public domain.
- Book Stacks
- http://digital.library.upenn.edu/books/Books On-Line. Not limited to philosophy, but a good philosophy collection appears near the top of this file.
For convenience, jump to its title-search page.
- Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH).
Not a collection of texts, but of thinking and services about texts.
- The Christian
Classics Ethereal Library
- Classic Texts in Ethics. From Lawrence Hinman.
- The Classics Archive. Greek
and Latin texts in English translation. Searchable.
- Digital Text Projects.
From the Columbia University Institute for Learning Technologies.
- Eclectic Artistry Philosophy Library
- Electronic Text Center.
University of Virginia. Organized by language, not by field. Some philosophy among the literature.
- Electronic Texts in Philosophy. Formerly comprehensive, but not updated since 1994.
- Great Books.
From Russ McNeil. Organized by period and author. Not limited to philosophy, but very thorough collection.
- Greek Philosophy Archive.
From David Knox.
- Hanover College Philosophy Etext Links
- Humanities Text Initiative.
From the University of Michigan. Very little philosophy so far.
- InteLex "Past Masters"
Catalog. Commercial editions of full texts of classical works of philosophy. Titles and demo.
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Text Collection.
Contains many etexts not included elsewhere, prepared for this online encyclopedia.
- Kant's Critique
of Pure Reason. Searchable version of Norman Kemp Smith translation.
- Leeds Electronic Text Centre.
A small but growing number of high-quality philosophical texts.
of Bioethics and Medical Humanities Texts and Documents. From the
for Clinical Ethics and Humanities in Health Care at the University of
- The Library of Classics of Philosophy. From Rauno Huttunen.
- Liverpool Guide to
- The Master Works of Western Civilization.
- Minerva Text Archive.
A systematic effort to collect online philosophy texts. Searchable but not browsable.
Also available in German.
- Online Library of
Philosophy. From Ron Bombardi.
- Online papers in philosophy
- Online Texts Collection. From the Internet Public Library.
Organized by authors, by titles, and by Dewey Decimal numbers. Searchable.
Jump to the philosophy section.
So far, a well-organized shell with comparatively few texts.
- The Otis Index.
Online book index, organized by author and title. Not limited to philosophy.
- Oxford Text Archive.
Supports full-text searching. Not limited to philosophy. No section on philosophy.
Project. Ancient Greek texts in Greek and English. Superb hypertext scholarly
- Philosophers Page.
Searchable by philosopher, links to full texts. This link is either dead or temperamental. I'm checking it out.
- The Philosophy Archives.
- Philosophy Classics.
From Jim Macdonald.
- Philosophy Text Collection.
From the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- Philosophy Texts.
Philosophy division of The English Server, Carnegie Mellon University.
- The Political Philosophy Reading Room.
Classical etexts organized by doctrine. From Stephen Moore.
- Rescogitans Reading Room.
Small collection so for, but growing.
The site also sells philosophical etexts.
Also available in Italian.
- Texts and Contexts.
From Haakon Sorensen. Thorough collection of etexts (and related links) on major philosophers.
Electronic texts of books and articles with nothing in common but their heterodoxy.
- The Value of Knowledge: A Miniature Library of Philosophy.
From Andy Blunden.
Excerpts from a large number of philosophy texts.
- Wesleyan Chinese Philosophical Etext Archive
- The Western Canon.
Organized by period, author, and subject. For speed, jump directly to the page of philosophers.
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