APA Online (https://www.amphilsoc.org/)
Website of the American Philosophical Association. Also available at this site is a directory of web resources relating to philosophy.
Arab and Jewish Philosophy (http://www.philosophypages.com/hy/3k.htm)
Philosophies of selected Arab and Jewish philosophers. By Philosophy Pages Web Site.
EpistemeLinks provides thousands of links to Internet resources in philosophy. Included are links to e-texts, organizations, philosophers, journals, papers, images of philosophers, and the American Philosophical Association. Each month a philosophy related site is featured. Maintained by Thomas Ryan Stone.
Ethics on the World Wide Web (http://commfaculty.fullerton.edu/lester/ethics/ethics_list.html)
Links to topics in a variety of ethical areas: computers, media, police, etc. Maintained by the School of Communication at CSU Fullerton.
Feminism and Philosophy (http://www.cddc.vt.edu/feminism/phi.html)
This wb site contains information about key feminists/feminism and the history of philosophy. Hosed by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech University.
History of Philosophy (http://www.friesian.com/history.htm)
Editorial essays covering Western (Ancient, Medieval and Modern) and Eastern Philosophies (Indian, Chinese and Buddhist). Maintained by Dr. Kelley L. Ross, Department of Philosophy at Los Angeles Valley College.
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/)
Searchable encyclopedia of philosophers, schools of thought, and other philosophical topics. Timelines of Western philosophy featured. Maintained by editors (all from academic institutions) of a non-profit organization.
Philosophy Pages (
This web site is expressly for students of Western philosophy. Key resources include The Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names, a survey of the History of Western Philosophy, a timeline with detailed descriptions of many philosophers, summary treatment of elementary principles of Logic, and links to the guides/sites. Maintained by Dr. Garth Kemerling.
Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (http://plato.stanford.edu/contents.html)