Philosophers: Kant to K'ung fu-zi

Immanuel Kant (1724-1804 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Kant's Critique of Metaphysics (Michelle Grier)
Kant and Leibniz (Catherine Wilson)
Kant's Moral Philosophy (Robert Johnson)
Kant's Philosophical Development (Martin Schönfeld)
Kant's Philosophy of Religion (Philip Rossi)
Kant's Philosophy of Science (Eric Watkins)
Kant's Theory of Judgment (Robert Hanna)
Kant's View of the Mind and Consciousness of Self (Andrew Brook)
+ Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Metaphysics (Matt McCormick)
Theory of Aesthetics and Teleology (The Critique of Judgment) (Douglas Burnham)
+ Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
Article by William Turner, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ Immanuel Kant
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Introduction à la philosophie d'Emmanuel Kant
In French; offers versions with & without frames.
+ Kant on the Web
Maintained by Steve Palmquist. A treasure trove. It includes on-line texts, lexical help, links to other resources. The only Kant site you'll need. (Also includes information about the Kantian Review.)
+ Kant Links
Maintained by Richard Lee. Apart from the usual links to texts and other resources, this site includes some of his own work on Kant.
+ Immanuel Kant — Information Online
Based at Philipps-Universität Marburg; links to many Web resources, in frames and non-frames versions.
+ Kant
A Hall of Minerva page. Links to the main Web resources, plus an essay by Shino Maruyama.
+ North American Kant Society
Details of events, other sites, on-line texts, etc.
+ Kant-Forschungsstelle
der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.
Texts & translations
+ Immanuel Kant
Projekt Gutenberg-DE; a wealth of Kant's works, including all the major and a number of minor ones.
+ ebooks@Adelaide (The University of Adelaide)
The Critique of Judgement (translated by James Creed Meredith)
The Critique of Pure Reason (translated by J. M. D. Meiklejohn)
Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals (translated by Thomas Kingsmill Abbott)
Introduction to the Metaphysic of Morals (translated by W. Hastie)
The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics (translated by Thomas Kingsmill Abbott)
The Science of Right (translated by W. Hastie)
+ Project Gutenberg
Critique of Pure Reason (translated by J.M.D. Meiklejohn)
The Critique of Practical Reason (translated by Thomas Abbott)
Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals (translated by Thomas Abbott)
The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics (translated by Thomas Abbott)
+ Critique of Pure Reason
Chinese University of Hong Kong (translation by Norman Kemp Smith)
Steve Palmquist (translation by Norman Kemp Smith)
+ The Philosophy of Law: An Exposition of the Fundamental Principles of Jurisprudence as the Science of Right
Translated by W. Hastie, provided by the Online Library of Liberty.
+ Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics
Translated by Paul Carus, provided by
+ Universal Natural History and Theory of Heaven
German and English (translated by Ian C. Johnston) texts, provided by Ian C. Johnston (Malaspina University-College).
Søren Kierkegaard (1813-55 CE)
+ Søren Kierkegaard
Article by William McDonald for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Søren Kierkegaard
Article by William McDonald from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Søren Kierkegaard
Wikipedia article.
+ International Kierkegaard Information
Maintained by Julia Watkin, hosted by IT Services at the University of Tasmania, Australia.
+ Søren Kierkegaard Selskabet
Danish site.
+ Howard V. and Edna H. Hong Kierkegaard Library
"The Library is a special collection of St. Olaf College which serves anyone interested in the writings and ideas of Søren Kierkegaard, the 19th-century Danish philosopher, and related thinkers. The collection includes approximately 10,000 book volumes, some of which are a collection of editions matching those owned by Kierkegaard himself. The Library also offers collections of periodical articles, newspaper articles, and archival materials related to Kierkegaard studies."
Christine M. Korsgaard (b.19?? CE)
+ Christine M. Korsgaard
Her own Departmental Web page at Harvard, offering brief details of herself, plus the courses she teaches, her publications (some provided on line, including her Locke Lectures [2002]), and other links.
+ Christine Korsgaard
Short Wikipedia article.
+ Internalism and the Sources of Normativity
An Interview with Christine M. Korsgaard by Herlinde Pauer-Studer, provided by ephilosopher.
Saul Kripke (b.1940 CE)
+ Saul Kripke
Wikipedia article.
+ Saul Kripke
Brief introduction by John Humphrey,
+ Saul Kripke, Genius Logician
Thoughts by Andreas Saugstad, including material from an informal interview with Kripke.
Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922-1996 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Thomas Kuhn
Article by Alexander Bird for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Thomas Samuel Kuhn
Article from Wikipedia.
+ A Tribute to Thomas Kuhn
Page offering links to very mixed bag of resources, provided by BRINT.
+ Has There Ever Been a Paradigm Shift?
Paper by by Arthur M. Young.
+ Thomas Kuhn
Obituary for the New York Times by Lawrence van Gelder.
+ Thomas Kuhn
Short article and links from Emory University.
+ Thomas Kuhn and The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
Page maintained by Michael Austin.
+ The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
Chapter IX and "Postscript: Revolutions and Relativism" provided on line by A Miniature Library of Philosophy.
K'ung fu-zi (551-479 BCE)
(Kongzi, K'ung Fu-tsu, Confucius)
Articles & Web pages
+ Confucius
Article by Jeffrey Riegel for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Confucius
Article by Jeff Richey from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Confucianism
Article by Charles F. Aiken, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ Confucius
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Confucius and Confucianism
Introductory article with hot-links to more detailed articles.
+ K'ung Fu-tzu/Confucius
Links, quotations, bibliography, sayings, notes, compiled by Michael P. Garofalo.
Texts & translations
+ Confucian Classics
"This site contains Confucian texts with each character hyperlinked to its definition and etymology. No Chinese software is necessary - characters are displayed as images. Links to English translations are included."
     The Analects
     Doctrine of the Mean
     The Great Learning
     Classic of Filial Piety
+ Online Classics
Lun-yü (Analects) (translated by Arthur Waley)
Doctrine of the Mean (translated by Wing-tsit Chan)
The Great Learning (translated by Wing-tsit Chan)
+ Charles Muller (Tōyō Gakuen University)
Lun-yü (Analects) Chinese text | Muller's translation
The Great Learning (dual text, plus translation of "The traditional commentary, attributed to Confucius, through the transmission of Tseng Tzu")
Doctrine of the Mean
+ Lun-yü (Analects)
a Taiwanese site (Chinese text)
Confucius Publishing Co. Ltd (the Analects twenty-one languages, plus other materials. No translator is acknowledged for the English; it's not Legge or Waley)
Project Gutenberg (Chinese text and the James Legge translation)
Association Française des Professeurs de Chinois (Chinese text, the James Legge English translation and the R.P. Séraphin Couvreur French translation)
nothingistic (no translator acknowledged, but it's the James Legge)
Internet Classics Archive (the first part seems to be missing. No translator acknowledged, but again it's the Legge)


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