Philosophy resources which are designed for
classroom use are either few in number or well hidden. The following, however,
might be of use to some departments:
Philosophy on the Internet appear to have more than the usual quota of resource
indices than other humanities subjects. This particular one is a
well-structured index of available texts and links arranged in chronological
order from Confucious to "contemporary bizarre philosophy".
- The Hume
Based at the University of Tennessee at Martin the Hume Archives is, at
present, an archive of the works of David Hume. It is hoped to add further
commentaries including from modern scholarship.
Frederick Nietzsche Site at the University of Southern California
This is a collection of resources for students of Nietzsche including primary
texts, bibliographies, and book reviews.
- Bertrand Russell
Archive at McMaster University
The Betrand Russell archives came to McMaster in 1968. This page includes
further infomation about searching the archives, an on-line copy of
Icarus, and tables of contents for Russell: The Journal of the
Bertrand Russell Archives
- Principia Cybernetica
The Principia Cybernetica Project claims an attempt to tackle age-old
philosophical questions with the help of the most recent cybernetic theories
and technologies or, as they define it, "the computer-supported
collaborative development of an evolutionary-systemic philosophy".
University of Chicago Philosophy Project
The Project seeks to provide a forum for electronically mediated discussion on
a range of philsophical subjects. At present these subjects include, Kripke,
thought hypothesis and pictorial representation.
- Further resources may be found from
compilation at Liverpool University or the
American Philosphical Association's