General Philosophy Mega-Sites

Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
Very comprehensive, browsable.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Excellent and comprehensive.

MIT's online guide to writing philosophy papers

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Nicely done, less technical than the Stanford EOP.

Guide to the World's Philosophers

Episteme Links: Welcome Page
No longer being maintained, but still very useful.

A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names

Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind

Logic, Critical Thinking, and Philosophy of Science

Online exercises in logic and critical thinking

The Skeptic's Dictionary
Good clear and complete definitions of terms used in pseudo-science and critical analysis of pseudo-science (confirmation bias, Forer effect, etc.)

Index of Skeptical Inquirer articles online
Very useful for term papers in Critical Thinking!

Dr. Simanek's home page
A truly wonderful, comprehensive collection of links to sites on history of science, paranormal, creationism, flat earth, etc. Thank you, Dr. Simanek!

History of Science
From PBS. Many links.

Informal Logic
An academic journal.

Philosophical Humor

Philosophical Humor (David Chalmers' list)

David Chalmers tell us all about Zombies

Philosophy Songs

Specific Works Online

Project Gutenberg
Free online books of all kinds. You can find many primary source books in philosophy here, in original languages (e.g., Kant in German), as well as English translations.

Perseus Digital Library
THE online place for classical Greek and Latin texts (Homer, Vergil, Herodotus, Plato, Aristotle, etc.) in original Greek and Latin as well as English translations.

Classical Greek and Latin works from MIT
In English, easy to read

Descartes' Meditations
Weird, but Project Gutenberg doesn't have this one.

Leibniz's Monadology
English translation, also missing from Project Gutenberg

Hume's EnquiryConcerning Human Understanding

John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
A synopsis of Kuhn's very famous book

Marx's Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts: Alienated (Estranged) Labor
Like the title says. Actually, pretty much everything by Marx is online from this site.

Wittgenstein's Lectures on Philosophy

Writings by C. S. Peirce

Individual philosophers such as David Chalmers, Ned Block, John Searle, Hubert Dreyfus, and Daniel Dennett put current works in progress and archived papers on their Web sites. David Chalmers has compiled an excellent list of links to sites of this type. Another list of philosophers with online materials is here.


Pictures of Philosophers
Sure you've read their books, but what did they look like? This site is good on science as well as philosophy.

More Pictures of Philosophers


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