Philosophy Links

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP) was founded in 1995 as a non-profit organization to provide open access to detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy. The Encyclopedia receives no funding, and operates through the volunteer work of the Staff, which consists of editors, authors, volunteers, and technical advisers. At present the IEP is visited by over 500,000 persons per month. Most of the articles in The IEP are original contributions by specialized philosophers; these are identifiable by the author’s name at the foot of the article. Others are temporary, or “proto articles,” and have largely been adapted from older sources. They are identifiable by the inclusion of the initials “IEP” at the close and will in time be replaced by original articles

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Welcome to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP). The SEP project began in September 1995 with direction from the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI). Originally poised as a static online resource, it has now become a dynamic scholarly resource with every conceivable subject. It went through revisions in 1998 & 2006

Philosophy Now
A Magazine of Ideas. This United Kingdom bi-monthly magazine was established in 1991. This resource has interesting up-to-date articles, links, and reviews. Many articles are free, although this site has premium subscriber content

Space & Motion
Interesting site with varied articles on truth, reality, and evolutionary metaphysics. Created almost solely by Geoff Haselhurst who resides in Australia

Secular Cafe
Billed as a free thought and rationalism discussion board. Feel free to express your thoughts

Online Philosophy Club
Not just a great forum, but this site has a vast number of articles on philosophy, philosophers, and the history of great thinkers

One Life
"Why is mankind so capable in his technology and so inept in his culture? Why is it humans can build a space shuttle but can't raise a child in the ghetto?" This quote from the introduction of One Life. This site was created by John Stevenson, Engineer, inventor, teacher