"This site aims to be complete. Here you will find links to both print and electronic journals."
"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 current than others. Our hope is that this site can help steer your toward the information you are after more quickly. Sites which are not available in English.
A good set of links to resources, organized by philosophical subject area Particularly helpful for resources in Anglo-American philosophy.
"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 the catalogue); (3) POIEISIS: Philosophy Online Serials (a major electronic journals project); (4) numerous print journals; and a lot more."
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 takes time to load. But there is a significant advantage to having the guide consist of only one page: you can use your browser's search command to search all sections at once. There is now a faster loading multi-file edition.
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 Students; Organizations; Departments; Newsgroups; Events; Publishers; Fun and Humor; Papers; Jobs Listings. It is well organized and updated regularly.