Useful Philosophy Websites


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Internet ResourceMaintained by (+ contents).Hyperlink
Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness
  • "ASSC promotes research within cognitive science, neuroscience, philosophy, and other relevant disciplines in the sciences and humanities, directed toward understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of consciousness".
  • Various ePrints, etc.
Web Link
BUBL LINK Catalogue of Internet ResourcesBUBL Information Service, Centre for Digital Library Research, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland.Web Link
CogPrintsAn electronic archive for self-archive papers in any area of:-
  • Psychology,
  • neuroscience, and
  • Linguistics,
and many areas of:-
  • Computer Science (e.g., artificial intelligence, robotics, vision, learning, speech, neural networks),
  • Philosophy (e.g., mind, language, knowledge, science, logic),
  • Biology (e.g., ethology, behavioral ecology, sociobiology, behaviour genetics, evolutionary theory),
  • Medicine (e.g., Psychiatry, Neurology, human genetics, Imaging),
  • Anthropology (e.g., primatology, cognitive ethnology, archeology, paleontology),
as well as any other portions of the physical, social and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.The editor of CogPrints is Professor Stevan Harnad: cogprints@ecs.soton.ac.uk.
Web Link
Consciousness & the BrainAnnotated bibliography. Ralph D. Ellis, Ph.D. Clark Atlanta University. Web Link (http://www.consciousness-brain.org/) Defunct
David Chalmers' Home PageDavid Chalmers, Philosophy, Australian National University. Contains sub-pages of very great usefulness, as follows:-
  1. Lists of Chalmers' own papers
    • Complete list of papers
    • Papers on consciousness
    • Papers on meaning and modality
    • Papers on AI and computation
    • Miscellaneous bits and pieces
    • Online discussions of Chalmers' work
    • Responses to articles on Chalmers' work
  2. Internet Resources
    • Philosophy of mind: A bibliography
    • Consciousness in science: A bibliography
    • Online papers on consciousness
    • People with online papers in philosophy
    • Web resources
    • Guide to the philosophy of mind
    • Philosophical humor
    • Zombies on the web
Web Link
EpistemeLinks - Philosophy Resources on the Internet
  • Thomas Ryan Stone
  • "The EpistemeLinks project started in early 1997. As of late 2006 the site has nearly 20,000 well-categorized links to philosophy resources on the Internet, plus several other special features. The site averages around 7,000 visitors per day, and is widely used by philosophy professors and students at all levels, as well as those in the broader philosophical community."
Web Link
Eric Olson's Personal Website
  • Eric Olson, Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield.
  • Useful collection of on-line papers. Includes a forthcoming book "What Are We?".
Web Link
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
  • Peter Suber, Philosophy Department, Earlham College.
  • The site admits to being static since 2003, and refers the reader to Tom Stone's EpistemeLinks site (above).
Web Link
Internet Encyclopaedia of PhilosophyJames Fieser, Ph.D., founder and general editor; Bradley Dowden, Ph.D., general editor. Web Link
London University Philosophy Study GuidePhilosophy Subject Panel of the University of London. Web Link
London University Institute of Philosophy Website
  • London University School of Advanced Study.
  • Useful for the "Fixtures List" (philosophy lectures in London) at this Web Link.
Web Link
Lynne Rudder Baker's Personal Website
  • Lynne Rudder Baker, Department of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  • Useful collection of on-line papers.
Web Link
MindPapers: A Bibliography of the Philosophy of Mind and the Science of Consciousness
  • MindPapers2, a new website with a bibliography covering around 18000 published papers and online papers in the philosophy of mind and the science of consciousness. This site grew out of a combination of David Chalmers' old bibliography in philosophy of mind and his page of online papers on consciousness, but it is much larger and has many new capacities, programmed by David Bourget.
  • The top-level structure is as follows. There is an all-new section on the philosophy of perception (with 50 subtopics and subsubtopics), and many new subtopics and subsubtopics throughout. Parts:-
    1. Philosophy of Consciousness [2773 entries]
    2. Intentionality [2365 entries]
    3. Perception [1816 entries]
    4. Metaphysics of Mind [2153 entries]
    5. Miscellaneous Philosophy of Mind [2338 entries]
    6. Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence [1187 entries]
    7. Philosophy of Cognitive Science [1526 entries]
    8. Science of Consciousness [3920 entries]
  • Capacities include
    1. links and citation information throughout,
    2. flexible navigation, display, and search options,
    3. the ability to submit and edit entries,
    4. the capacity for automated off-campus proxy access to commercial sites, and
    5. a wealth of statistical information.
  • There is also a separate front end for "Online Papers on Consciousness". Where MindPapers now combines both offline published papers and online papers from free and commercial sites, Online Papers on Consciousness is devoted to free online papers (currently around 4700). It is based on the same database as MindPapers, but is organized in a way to emphasize issues concerning consciousness and cognitive science rather than the philosophy of mind.
Web Link
Neurosciences on the Internet
  • "A searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the Internet: Neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology, cognitive science sites and information on human neurological diseases. "
  • Neil A. Busis, M.D.
Web Link
Oxford Scholarship Online
  • Oxford University Press.
  • Useful for abstracts of chapters of philosophy books published by OUP.
Web Link
Philosophers Index
  • Online bibliography, including abstracts.
  • Needs a logon and password. I used to have one via Senate House Library, London University.
Web Link
Psyche - an interdisciplinary journal of research on consciousnessAn official journal of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. Web Link
Social Cognitive Neuroscience LaboratoryMatthew D. Lieberman, Department of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles. Web Link
Stanford Encyclopedia of PhilosophyCenter for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Web Link
Tufts Center for Cognitive StudiesTufts University. Excellent source for Daniel Dennett's papers. Web Link
UCF Concepts of Person and Self BibliographiesThematic Bibliographies3:-
  • Philosophy of Mind/Cognitive Science
  • Self-Consciousness
  • Pathologies of the Self
  • Embodiment, Self, and Personal Identity
  • Developmental Theories of Self
  • Studies of Animal Cognition and Self-Recognition
  • Social Construction of the Self
  • Theory of Mind
  • Narrative Theories of Personal Identity
  • Feminist Theories/Gender Studies of Self Identity
  • Concept of the Person in Law, Politics, and Ethics
  • Historical Studies: Texts and Commentaries
  • Medical Issues and the Person
  • Personalism
University of Central Florida.
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