Philosopher's Reference Desk
- The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy A growing collection of review articles on a wide variety of philosophical subjects. Each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field.
- The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Dictionary of the Philosophy of Mind
- UI Critical Thinking Handbook An online tutorial written by Professor O'Rourke.
- The Stanford Humanities Review This is the electronic incarnation of The Stanford Humanities Review. The SHR is dedicated to providing a wide-open forum for diverse voices from all over the intellectual landscape of our world.
Philosophical Journals & University Presses
- Mind Mind is the best known British journal of philosophy, and is one of the most widely read and respected professional publications in the field. For over a century Mind has presented the leading philosophical issues of its time and has offered its readers articles by many of the world's most distinguished philosophers. The Oxford University Press page for Mind, includes tables of contents and some articles.
- Routledge Philosophy Resources One of the largest philosophy publishers in the world, Routledge publish over 70 philosophy books every year and have over 500 philosophy titles in print.
- The Center for Teaching and Learning The Center provides with a wide range of resources and services to support Duke faculty and graduate students in their teaching.
- InterQuest: Home Page What you've got here are a variety of efforts by educators dedicated to producing quality educational applications for information technology. Given here are synopses of the InterQuest educational philosophy and links to our numerous projects.
The English Server This collection contains canonical philosophic texts and links to scholarly philosophic organizations. The English Server has other collections in addition, however, in critical theory, history, and in eighteenth century studies, which also address philosophical interests and concerns.
Projects & Exhibits
- Women in Philosophy Page The start of a project in collaborative scholarship run by Ms. Noel Parish Hutchings. The goal is to produce a first-rate, comprehensive, and continuously up-dated bibliography of works in philosophy published by women.
- Mind and Body: René Descartes to William James This web exhibition is a modified version of the catalogue that accompanied the Exhibition of books from the collections of the National Library of Medicine, held in honor of the Centennial Celebration of the American Psychological Association, August 7 to December 15, 1992.
- World Congress of Philosophy Throughout the 20th Century, the International Federation of Philosophical Societies (FISP) has convened a World Congress of Philosophy about every five years. The final Congress of the Century comes to Boston in August 10-16, 1998. The Congress theme, Paideia: Philosophy Educating Humanity, is a topic that can be addressed creatively by the philosophical traditions of the world's great civilizations.
- NOVA Online/Einstein Revealed This site doesn't really fit in, but it's too well done to ignore.
Sources of Philosophy Fun and Amusement
- The Philosopher's Gallery Sure, you've read their books, but what did they look like? Now you can see your favorite philosopher's mug shot (provided your favorite philosopher is one whose picture they have).
- Zeno's Coffeehouse In the spirit of Zeno's Reductio Ad Absurdum dialectical approach to critical thinking, Zeno's Coffeehouse activities will tackle from time to time so-called 'common sense views,'analyzed critically.
Graduate School & Careers in Philosophy
- American Philosophical Associatio n The home page of the American Philosophical Association, the main professional organization of philosophers in the United States.
- Association Canadienne de Philosophie/Canadian Philosophical Association This site is devoted to professional philosophical activity in Canada.
- The National Association of Graduate-Professional Students The National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of graduate and professional student life in the United States of America.
- National Endowment for the Humanities The NEH is an independent agency of the United States Government that makes grants for projects in history, languages, philosophy, and other areas of the humanities.
- Philosophy of Science Association The Philosophy of Science Association promotes research, teaching, and free discussion of issues in the philosophy of science from diverse standpoints. To this end, the PSA engages in activities such as: the publishing of periodicals, essays and monographs; sponsoring conventions and meetings; and awarding prizes for distinguished work in the field.
- History of Science Society The History of Science Society is the world's largest society dedicated to understanding science, technology, medicine, and their interactions with society in their historical context. Founded over sixty-five years ago, it is the oldest such society. Through its publications and other activities, the Society provides scholars, decisions makers and the public with historical perspectives on science policy and on the potentials, achievements, and the limitations of basic and applied science.
- North Carolina Philosophical Society Run by John Heil, Davidson College. The Society holds an annual meeting.
- Center for Environmental Philosophy
- International Association for Environmental Philosophy
- American Academy of Religion
- Society of Biblical Literature