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A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names
Presents a dictionary of philosophical terms and names, which contains a guide to technical terms and personal names that occur in the study of philosophy. Includes definitions and links to electronic texts, detailed discussions, and other online resources. Highlights information on topics such as alienation, behaviorism, categorical logic, conversion, emotive meaning, and Albert Einstein. (Source: WorldCat)
EpistemeLinks.com
Presents EpistemeLinks.com, a collection of Internet resources on philosophy, compiled by Thomas Ryan Stone. Provides information about philosophers, job openings, education, events, and publications. Offers access to electronic texts and journals, discussions, images, and organizations. (Source: WorldCat)
Erratic Impact: Philosophy Research Base
Categorized by history, subject and author, this meta-index integrates text resources with the best online resources. Based upon visitor participation, the Philosophy Research Base serves as both a study guide and a platform for a wide variety of community services for students and teachers in philosophy and related subjects. (Source: website)
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
"The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy was founded in 1995 for the purpose of providing detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy." Articles are currently from three sources: (1) original contributions by specialized philosophers around the Internet; (2) adaptations of material written by the editors for classroom purposes; and (3) adaptations from public domain sources (typically from two or more sources for per article). The IEP offers access to a keyword site search engine and is free of charge to all Internet users. It is continuously revised and updated.(Source: WorldCat)
PhilWeb: Philosophy Resources Off- and On-line
PhilWeb is a pathfinder to print and electronic information in philosophy. The website's primary aim is to make available to students and researchers a variety of both off- and on-line resources. The creator, Richard L. W. Clarke, states that PhilWeb will always be a work in process and he will continue to add pages as they are completed. Another aim of the website is to explore the varied conceptions of philosophy and how these concepts have evolved over the years. (Source: WorldCat)
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Presents the online "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy," a publication of the Center for the Study of Language and Information at Stanford University in California. Includes editorial and copyright information, as well as a site search engine. Offers an alphabetical index to the publication's contents. Contains information on individual philosophers and their beliefs. (Source: WorldCat)