Guide to Philosophy
on the Internet
Peter Suber, Philosophy Department, Earlham College

General Guides to Philosophy on the Internet

Why list more than one, especially unstarred guides when there are so many starred ones? Because this year A may be better than B, but next year B may be better or A may not exist.

Philosophers and Philosophies

Limited to major philosophers, i.e. omitting "professors with home pages" as far as possible.

Many major philosophers have etexts in various sites across the web but no central page collecting them all together. For them see the section on Etexts.

Also see the sections on Associations, Bibliographies, and Quotations.

For philosophers not on this list, try the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and/or the Hippias search engine.