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.
By Peter Suber.
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.
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.
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:
By David Chalmers. "This is a bibliography of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and on consciousness in the sciences. It consists of 4934 entries, and is divided into six parts (Consciousness and Qualia; Mental Content; Psychophysical Relations; Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence; Miscellaneous Topics; Consciousness in the Sciences), each of which is further divided by topic and subtopic. Many of the entries are annotated with a brief summary.
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, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY 14228.
A list and description of some pages on the web concerning existentialism, feminism, and phenomenology (direct link to Philosophy in Cyberspace section concerning existentialism).
(CARP) - page maintained by Lester Embree at Florida Atlantic University, contains much valuable information for those interested in phenomenology.
Hosted by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech University. Managed by Kristin Switala. "The Feminist Theory Website provides research materials and information for students, activists, and scholars interested in women's conditions and struggles around the world. The goals of this website are: 1) to encourage a wide range of research into feminist theory, and 2) to encourage dialogue between women (and men) from different countries around the world.