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  • Annotated directory of links.
  • An electronic archive of papers.
  • This site provides "easy access to resources in philosophy, categorized byphilosopher. The database includes links to over a thousand resources on over 400 philosophers throughout history. You can search by time period, by philosopher name, or by topic area (not all philosophers have been assigned atime period or topic areas yet). For convenience, this page also provides quick links for 50 of the most often requested philosophers."
  • This gateway "is categorized by history, subject and author. Integrating text resources with the best online resources, this indexattempts to aid both academic and general interest in all philosophical genres and their related fields."
  • Links to hundreds of philosophy sites, including journals, mailing lists, online dictionaries, professional associations, and other philosophy guides in many languages.
  • A selective, peer-reviewed, academically-oriented search engine which can search a number of major philosophy sites with one query.
  • Narrative survey of the historical development of Western philosophy.
  • A brief guide to philosophy in the form of a dictionary dictionary.
  • This site "is a project in collaborative scholarship with a database now containing over 16,000 records representing the work of over 5,000 women. It evolved out of a small bibliography begun early in 1995. This project was posted in June of 1995 in order to take advantage of possibilities inherent in the World Wide Web to do some sorts of academic work more effectively than can be done in other media.
  • Over 900 full-text editions of papers presents at the 20th Century Congress of Philosophy. Includes subject index and search function.
  • Contains canonical philosophy texts and links to scholarly philosophic organizations.
  • Site contain 1000+ links to philosophy sites on the internet. (Note that the sub-pages are in German but since many links point to sites with English titles you may still find your way around easily).
  • Contains links to various electronic texts.
  • SOSIG provides "a trusted source of selected, high quality Internet information for researchers and practitioners" in philosophy.
  • A project of the Trinity College Philosophy Department, this site includes biographies, links to other philosophy websites and e-texts, a timeline, and other features.
  • Annotated listing of links to resources on women and philosophy. Developed as part of WSSLINKS, a project of the Women's Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.