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 Topics,
Associations and societies, and
Miscellaneous philosophy sites.
- The Analytic
- The Automated Reasoning Project
- The Irving Babbitt Project.
From the National Humanities Institute.
- The Bentham Project
Chicago/Penn Ethics and Genetics Project
- Codes of Ethics Online Project.
From the Illinois Institute of Technology.
A funded project to put over 850 codes of professional ethics on the web.
- Consciousness in the Natural World Project.
University of Stirling. Directed by Jose Luis Bermudez.
- The Descartes Project.
From Brian Baigrie, André Gombay and Calvin Normore.
- Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Science (ELSI) Project.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
- Geography/Ethics Project.
From Jim Proctor.
- The High School Philosophy Website Project.
From the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
Marxism Leninism Project.
Goal is to present Marxist-Leninist theories in an
accessible, authoritative form on a single web site.
- The OSCAR Project.
An project in artificial intelligence and artificial rationality directed by John Pollock.
- The Paideia Project Online.
Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, 1998.
- Pathways to Philosophy Distance Learning Project.
From Geoffrey Klempner.
Includes Philosophy of A-Z, links to philosophical subjects on m any subjects, as well as
Klempner's Ask A Philosopher,
How To Do It Guide.
- The Personality Project.
From William Revelle, Director of the Graduate Program in Personality, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University.
- POIESIS. Formerly called The Philosophy Online Serials Project.
From the Philosophy Documentation Center and InteLex.
The goal is to get full-text of all philosophy journals online, in searchable form, even if not free of charge.
See its demo page.
- The Principia Cybernetica Project
- Project Baudrillard.
From Collin Brooke.
- Project Metaphysics.
From Michael Heim.
- The Reid Project.
University of Aberdeen.
- The Bertrand Russell Editorial Project
- The Spinoza-Freudenthal Project.
The goal is to produce a large Spinoza bibliography.
Also available in English.
From the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn.
- The Universal Ethics Project.
From UNESCO. Aims to articulate a trans-cultural ethics for the 21st century.
University of Chicago Philosophy Project
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