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"The goal of this list is to be useful not comprehensive. Several fairly comprehensive sites exist with certain strengths and weaknesses; you can find pointers to them here. The number of philosophy-related sites can be overwhelming, and some are far more useful, helpful, and...
Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction Link
(CARP) - page maintained by Lester Embree at Florida Atlantic University, contains much valuable information for those interested in phenomenology.
Excellent set of links to Chinese philosophical texts, bibliographies, listservs and various Internet resources related to Chinese philosophy/philosophers.
Annotated Bibliography Ralph D. Ellis, Ph.D., Clark Atlanta University, and Natika Newton, Ph.D., New York Institute of Technology.
Compiled by David Chalmers, Department of Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz. Extensive bibliography: over 2000 entries. Well organized and annotated.
  Managed and arranged by Charles Stivale, this is the most up to date list of D+G resources available, including translations of many texts not available in print in English. Summary of "Gilles Deleuze's ABC Primer" (L'Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze, 1988/1995): Charles Stivale's...
Managed by Tom Stone; includes thousands of sorted links to philosophy resources on the internet and has several additional features. The main sections of EpistemeLinks include: Philosophers; Topics; E-Texts; Images; Classroom; Journals; Discussion Lists; Professors and Graduate...
While far from complete, this remains the best web bibliography of primary and secondary source material on Foucault.
Developed by Duncan Large (German, Swansea), this site has links to most Nietzsche resources (including online texts in English and German) on the web in addition to information about the Society.
By Peter Suber. This is one of the most comprehensive guides to philosophy-related resources on the internet. Unlike Philosophy in Cyberspace, this guide doesn't have a separate Web page for each section. Instead, it consists of one very large file (over 250k). This means it...
  Link:  Hegel Society of America The inclusion of the following Internet links on the Hegel Society's web page does not indicate endorsement by the Hegel Society of the content or views contained on the web pages connected by these links. If you would like your Hegel-...
  Link:  History of Science/Science Studies Reference Sources Created by Doug Stewart. A good place to look for resources relating to science studies; the emphasis is on history of science, but there are links to resources for philosophy of science.  
  Link:  John Dewey The Center for Dewey Studies is the home of ongoing publishing projects and research materials that focus on the life and work of the American philosopher and educator John Dewey. On this site you will find information pertaining to the Center, its...
  Link:  Metaphysics Research Lab Originating from the Center for the Study of Language and Information, Ventura Hall, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-4115. A technical, but interesting site, which describes itself as follows: "Whereas physics is the attempt to...
  Link:  Michel Foucault This site, developed and managed by Clare O'Farrell, contains information and resources on Michel Foucault (1926 -1984) and on research inspired by his work.  
  Link:  Philosophy around the Web An excellent page created and managed by Peter King and organized into the following categories: Universities' Philosophy Pages, Institutions, Commercial Organizations, etc., Individuals' Philosophy Pages, Philosophy Sites by Topic,...
  Link:  Philosophy Documentation Center "The PDC publishes: (1) the Guidebook for Publishing Philosophy, 1997 Edition; (2) Books in Philosophy (the world's largest mail-order supplier of philosophy books--the PDC is currently constructing a searchable online version of...
"This site aims to be complete. Here you will find links to both print and electronic journals."
  Link:  Research Sources on Concepts of Person and Self This is a list of online bibliographies, texts, and journals related to topics such as Person, Self, Personal Identity, Self-Consciousness, Self-Knowledge, etc. Managed by Shaun Gallagher, Department of Philosophy,...
  Link:  Resources Concerning Existentialism A list and description of some pages on the web concerning existentialism, feminism, and phenomenology (direct link to Philosophy in Cyberspace section concerning existentialism).  
Link: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Edited by Edward N. Zalta.A Publication of: The Metaphysics Research Lab, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Ventura Hall, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-4115 "The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is...
Maintained by Douglas Thomas. "This page is designed to help facilitate the study of the works of Friedrich Nietzsche. Its primary purpose is to provide scholars an on-line reference for contemporary scholarship about Nietzsche."
  Link:  The Spoon Collective This site is dedicated to promoting discussion of philosophical and political issues. This index has links to papers and archived discussions of all their discussion lists, including:  Anarchy-List Avant-Garde Bataille Baudrillard Blanchot...
  Link:  The Virtual Library: Philosophy Extensive list of texts, mailing lists, journals, and academic departments.  
  Link:  The Write Stuff Interesting collection of online interviews with writers and intellectuals, including Kathy Acker, Avital Ronell, Steven Shaviro, Gregory Ullmer.  
  Link:  Voice of the Shuttle Web Page for Humanities Research Maintained by Alan Liu.A good place to start looking for resources in philosophy and the humanities more generally.  
  Link:  Web Deleuze One of the best academic websites around, and a model of the web's potential in terms of making materials available to a broad audience. The managers seek to place on line by October 1999 approximately 80 of Gilles Deleuze's lectures presented at the...
A good set of links to resources, organized by philosophical subject area Particularly helpful for resources in Anglo-American philosophy.

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Philosophical thinking is a foundation of education in the liberal arts. Philosophy enriches thought, imagination, understanding, and experience. By studying philosophy, you’ll confront questions and problems both theoretical and practical about yourself and your relation to the...