Internet Resources - Philosophy



Databases

Recommended Websites

  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    This website, from the University of Tennessee at Martin, includes entries for both concepts and individuals. You can browse alphabetically, make a selection using the timeline, or search by keyword.
    Browse related subjects: Encyclopedias, Philosophy
  • Spirituality and Practice
    This website is devoted to resources for spiritual journeys. The site's name reflects a basic understanding: spirituality and practice are the two places where all the world's religions and spiritual paths come together.
    Browse related subjects: Philosophy, Religion, Spirituality
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    Philosophy professors at Stanford University are developing this encyclopedia, featuring hundreds of articles. The section called "What's New" features the latest entries. The site is both searchable and browsable.
    Browse related subjects: Encyclopedias, Philosophy
  • The Philosophy Pages
    This site on philosophy and philosophers has a concise dictionary of philosophical terms and names , a survey history of western philosophy, a timeline of western philosophers (from 600 B.C.E. to the present), a discussion of logic, a guide to the study of philosophy, and a collection of briefly annotated links to additional resources.
    Browse related subjects: Dictionaries, Philosophy
  • The Virtual Religion Index
    An extensive, selective, annotated directory of Internet resources on religion and related topics. From the Rutgers University Religion Department.
    Browse related subjects: Directories, Philosophy, Religion

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