Philosophy by Topic

  • Aesthetics
  • African Philosophy
  • Ancient Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Biology
  • Philosophy for Children
  • Chinese Philosophy
  • Continental Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Education
  • 18th Century Philosophy
  • Environmental Philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Philosophy of Geography
  • History of Philosophy
  • Philosophy of History
  • Indian Philosophy
  • Islamic Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Logic
  • Philosophy of Maths
  • Mediaeval Philosophy
  • Metaphysics
  • Philosophy of Mind
    (including philosophy of psychology)
  • Philosophy of Parapsychology
  • Philosophy of Physics
  • Philosophy of Politics
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Philosophy of Science (incl. Technology, & Cosmology)
  • A Miscellany - pages that don't fit easily into any of the above


    Aesthetics

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Aesthetics On-Line
    Web site for the American Society for Aesthetics. Apart from Society information, it offers links to other aesthetics/arts-related sites, and a database of e-mail addresses of those interested in aesthetics.
    + British Society of Aesthetics
    Details of the Society, its journal, events, etc. (Badly frames crippled, but I've linked to what seems to be the main menu.)
    + Dusan Pajin
    Offers on-line papers (published & unpublished), as well as poetry and paintings.

    African Philosophy

    * African Philosophy
    I've moved all my links to this page, which started as an information page for a Summer School course that I taught in Oxford in August 2000. There are three sections:
    1. Introduction to African Philosophy
    2. Short bibliography
    3. Links: this includes individuals' pages, journals, on-line papers and reviews, etc.]

    Ancient Philosophy

    (See also the Philosophers pages for individual ancient thinkers, the Classics section of my Academic Links page for related sites, and the Journals page.)
    + Ancient & Medieval Logic
    A directory.net listing of useful sites, including on-line papers; see also their History of Logic page, which contains links to a number of ancient- & mediaeval-logic sites.
    + Greek Philosophy Archive
    Created and maintained by David K. Knox at the University of Georgia.
    + International Society for the Study of Neoplatonism
    Details of the Society, membership, events, Web resources, etc.
    + Perseus Greek Texts
    Large and expanding database of on-line ancient texts, based at Tufts. German mirror, Chicago mirror, Oxford mirror.
    + South African Society for Greek Philosophy & the Humanities
    Details of the Society, events, courses, etc.

    Philosophy for Children

    (See also the Journals pages.)
    + Philosophy for Children
    Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Michael Pritchard.

    Journals

    + Analytic Teaching
    "Analytical Teaching from its first issue, set out a broad agenda within the context of Philosophy of Children. This tradition continues. Areas of interest to readers and contributors include Philosophy for Children teachers and teacher trainers but also included those interests in the role of narrative in teaching and learning, liberation pedagogy, Vygotskian psychology, and cognitive science, among other areas. The broad agenda might be defined as reflective teaching and community inquiry. These two areas will continue to be the mainstay of contributions to Analytic Teaching."
    + Think
    Published by the Royal Institute of Philosophy; edited by Stephen Law. "The central aim of THINK is to provide to a very wide audience - including schools, colleges and the general public - highly accessible and engaging writing by philosophers pre-eminent in their fields"
    + Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children
    "a forum for the work of both theorists and practitioners of philosophical practice with children, and publishes such work in all forms, including philosophical argument and reflection, classroom transcripts, curricula, empirical research, and reports from the field."

    Australasia

    + Owl Project
    Based at the University of Tasmania; co-ordinator, Judy Keen. A somewhat obscure page; perhaps it depends on Javascript gimmickry for its features, but I could see nothing except some fairly cryptic text: "a place where you can discover new books, publish your own reviews, read the opinions of others, and become involved in a dialogue about books/publish your own writing/a place for philosophical dialogue arising from fun stories/interesting problems to think about/discuss the topic of light/stimulating ideas for parents of preschool children".
    + Queensland Association of Philosophy in Schools
    A peculiarly spread-out page; if you think there's nothing there, scroll down -- and down, and down, and down... If you're using a text-based browser, be prepared for a hostile welcome.
    + Victorian Association for Philosophy in Schools
    "exists to promote the teaching of philosophy in schools, whether primary or secondary, government or independent. Membership is open to individuals or schools with an interest in this objective."

    Central and South America

    + CEFILNI: Centro de Filosofía para niños y niñas
    Mexican site for Philosophy for Children.
    + Filosofia na Escola
    Based at the Universidade de Brasilia. Unusable with a text-based browser.

    Europe

    + Childrenphilosophy
    A page of teaching resources in Danish and English.
    + Philosophy: A History of Ideas
    Nils P. Lie-Gjeseth. A resource intended mainly for students in upper secondary school. A Norwegian site, but presented in English. It's slanted heavily towards the Continental tradition, and towards political theory, with Anglo-American philosophy represented primarily by (dead) political writers.
    + SAPERE
    The Society for Advancing Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education. A British charity.
    + VisioNaivity
    Per Jespersen's pages on philosophy for children.

    U.S.A.

    + Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
    At Montclair State University.
    + Kids' Philosophy Slam
    "The Mission of the Kids Philosophy Slam is to give kids a voice, and to inspire kids to think by unlocking their intellectual and creative potential through a unique and powerful philosophical forum."
    + Northwest Centre for Philosophy for Children
    "a non-profit organization that brings philosophy into the lives of young people through programs in elementary, middle, and high schools, parent organizations, and other organizations serving young people, with a particular emphasis on reaching children who are at risk and educationally disadvantaged."
    + Philosophy for Children
    Brief piece by (and an advertisement for the services of) Cecilia Chapa and Christopher Phillips.
    + Philosophy for Kids
    "teaching Philosophy through Children's Literature" At least they've thought to offer a no-frames version (to which I've linked), but it's virtually unusable with a text-based browser.
    + Philosophy for Kids
    "This is a website for materials to use in doing philosophy with children."

    Chinese Philosophy

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    *Joseph Adler
    Links for Chinese Religions and Philosophy. An extremely full set of relevant links; based at Kenyon College.
    *Asian Philosophy
    "an international journal concerned with such philosophical traditions as Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Buddhist and Islamic."
    *Chinese Cultural Studies: Philosophy and Religion in China
    An article compiled from Compton's Living Encyclopedia on America Online (August 1995).
    *Chinese Philosophical E-Text Archive
    Based at Wesleyan University.
    *Chinese Philosophy Page
    A very full and useful page of Chinese philosophy resources on the Internet, maintained by Steven A. Brown.
    + Chad Hansen
    Concentrating on Chinese thought (and especially on Taoism).
    + Philosophy East and West
    "A Quarterly of Comparative Philosophy: Focusing on Asian and comparative thought for half a century, Philosophy East and West features specialized articles that illuminate the distinctive characteristics of philosophical traditions in Asia and their relationship to Western thought. The journal has an intercultural basis and integrates philosophy with the arts, literature, science, and social practices of Asian civilizations. Analytical reviews of significant books appear in each issue."
    + Resources for East Asian Language and Thought
    Maintained by Charles Muller. Links to many resources relevant to East Asian thought, including Prof. Muller's own on-line editions and translations of various texts.
    + Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy
    "established in 1967 as a non-profit organization aimed at advancing the development of the disciplines of Asian and comparative philosophy in the international academic arena, and bringing together Asian and Western philosophers, as well as other scholars interested in Asian and comparative philosophy, for a mutually beneficial exchange of ideas."
    + Su Tzu's Philosophy Page
    Chinese philosophy resources on the Internet.
    + University of Virginia Library: Chinese Texts Initiative
    "an effort to make texts of Chinese literature available on the World Wide Web."

    Continental

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Continental Philosophy Page
    Maintained by Bruce Janz.
    + The Cry: A Cry towards the Absurd
    an on-line, primarily existentialist philosophy resource, maintained by Indira Montoya. Rather messy with a text-based browser, and too "stylish" for ease of use with a graphics-based browser.
    + An Existential Philosopher's Museum
    Maintained by James Park.
    + Forum for European Philosophy Discussion Group
    Details of membership, events, etc.
    + Freedom, Determinism, and Chance in the Early Philosophy of Sartre
    On-line paper by Wes Morriston, University of Colorado.
    + The Postmmodernism Generator: Communications from Elsewhere
    Hours of fun.
    + Philosophy: A History of Ideas
    Nils P. Lie-Gjeseth. A resource intended mainly for students in upper secondary school. A Norwegian site, but presented in English. It's slanted heavily towards the Continental tradition, and towards political theory, with Anglo-American philosophy represented primarily by (dead) political writers.

    Philosophy of Education

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + California Association of Philosophy of Education
    Virtually impossible to use with a text-based browser.
    + Canadian Philosophy of Education Society
    English | Français
    + Far Western Philosophy of Education Society
    Based at the University of Hawai'i; seems to contain no more than an advertisement for their conference.
    International Network of Philosophers of Education
    having finally tracked down their new site, I found it unusable by text-based browsers and gimmick-ridden; there was nothing that I could link to.
    + Midwest Philosophy of Education Society
    Based at Chicago State University.
    + New England Philosophy of Education Society
    Based at East Connecticut State University. Checking back, the page is blank; perhaps it depends on Javascript gimmickry.
    + Northwest Philosophy of Education Society
    Seems to contain no more than an out-of-date advertisement for a past conference, until checked with a text-based browser -- then links to some useful pages appear...
    + Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society
     
    + Paideia Project
    Archive of conference papers.
    + Philosophy of Education Society
     
    + Southeast Philosophy of Education Society
    Based at the University of Alabama.

    18th Century

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + 18th Century Interdisciplinary Discussion
    Selected readings, links, contacts, including the e-mail list C18-L.
    + History of Philosophy from 1492 to 17776
    "This web site is intended for anyone interested in the stars and marvels of the history of philosophy from the 16th through the 18th century."
    + Jack Lynch
    This is the Philosophy Section of his "Eighteenth Century Resources on the Net".
    + Gianluca Mori
    "XVIIIth-century clandestine philosophical manuscripts". "It contains some e-texts of rare editions that could be useful for those who work on the French Enlightenment."
    + 17th & 18th Century Women Philosophers
    Maintained by Peter Suber.

    Environmental

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
    Centre for Agricultural, Bio-, and Environmental Ethics."CABME wants to analyse in a scientific, ethical and philosophical way the evolution of biotechnology, food production techniques and ecological sustainability."
    + Centre for Environmental Philosophy
    Based at the University of North Texas. Resources, details of courses, resources, etc.
    + Envirolink
    "he EnviroLink Network is a non-profit organization which has been providing access to thousands of online environmental resources since 1991."
    + Interdisciplinary Environmental Association
    Details of the Association, membership, meetings, etc.
    + International Society for Environmental Ethics
    Details of membership, officers and interneational representatives of the society, bibliography, related links.
    + David Large
    His page on "The Great Debate", including some relevant on-line material.

    Philosophy of Geography

    (See also the Science section of the Journals pages.)
    + Past: Present: Future the History and Philosophy of Geography
    Part of the Virtual Geography Department, maintained by the Department of Geography and Meteorology at Valparaiso University.
    + Resources for Geographers
    Maintained by Anita Howard and Kenneth Foote of the Department of Geography at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
    + Society for Philosophy & Geography
    Details of the society -- membership, meetings, journal, etc..

    History of Philosophy

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + British Journal for the History of Philosophy
    "The BJHP is the official journal of the British Society for the History of Philosophy. It publishes Articles, Discussions, Notes and Queries, Review Articles, Reviews and other items."
    + Early Modern Texts
    Jonathan F. Bennett's "versions of some classics of early modern philosophy, prepared with a view to making them easier to read while leaving the main arguments, doctrines, and lines of thought intact."
    + History of Philosophy Quarterly
    Subscription & editorial details, contents, etc.
    + Journal of the History of Philosophy
    Subscription & editorial details.
    + Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy
    Published annually. Site gives subscription & edtorial information, and contents, etc. in German & English
    + Alan Woods
    On-line text of a book on the history of philosophy, from a Marxist viewpoint. Be careful; his accounts of philosophers are often full of (both traditional and more Marxist-influenced) errors. The polemical tone helps by acting as a constant reminder that this isn't a philosophical but an ideological work.

    Philosophy of History

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Paideia
    Archive of papers on the philosophy of history.
    + International Philosophy of History Archive
    Huge site, with sections devoted to e-texts, journals, on-line papers, and much more.
    + History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History
    Subscription details, on-line abstracts, etc.

    Indian Philosophy

    (See also my religion links, and the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Darshana Indian Philosophy Page
    Introductory materials and links. Tends to concentrate on religion rather than philosophy.
    * Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion
    Details of the Society, events, membership, etc., and of their Journal.

    Islamic Philosophy

    (See also my religion links, and the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Islamic Philosophy Online [Arabic version]
    A huge site, with a dictionary of Islamic philosophy, resources on philosophers and schools, a discussion board, texts, and more.

    Philosophy of Language

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Centre for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI)
    Based at Stanford; Director - John Perry.
    + Cogprints
    List of relevant on-line papers.
    + NetForum - Philosophy of Language
    Details of the discussion list, how to post, etc.
    + Philosophy of Language
    Article by Mark Crimmins from the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
    + Philosophy of Language Discussion Group
    Michigan State University; maintained by Larry Hauser.
    + Philosophy of Language in Ancient China
    From Chad Hansen's Chinese Philosophy pages.
    + Tom Ryckman
    "This is a list of links to articles on the Philosophy of Language. It is "unsorted," but I plan to attempt some reasonable classifications later. (I will happily take any advice regarding sorting through these links.)"

    Philosophy of Law

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Association for the Philosophy of Law in Finland
    In Finnish.
    + Institute for Philosophy and Sociology of Law, Milan
    In Italian.
    + International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy
    IVR - Internationale Vereinigung für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie.
    + Philosophy of Law
    Article by Kenneth Einar Himma from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
    + ratio Juris
    An International Journal of Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law.
    + Res Publica
    "the journal of the UK Association for Legal and Social Philosophy. The web site has contents lists, abstracts and other resources."
    + Peter Suber
    A page of law-related links.
    + Web Site for Legal Theory
    Maintained by "Deborah Charles Publications".

    Logic

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Association for Symbolic Logic
    Usual details, including meetings, announcements, membership, journals, etc.
    + Ancient & Medieval Logic
    A directory.net listing of useful sites, including on-line papers.
    + Bertrand
    created & maintained by Larry Herzberg at the University of Wisconsin. "Bertrand is a symbolic logic problem-solving program that I wrote in the early '90s for the classic Macintosh operating system. Previously shareware, it is now "freeware" and "open source"."
    + Katalin Bimbó
    Indiana University logician, working primarily in the area of non-classical logics.
    + Bulletin of Symbolic Logic
    "Papers in the Bulletin may deal with any aspect of logic, including mathematical or philosophical logic, logic in computer science or linguistics, the history or philosophy of logic, or applications of logic to other fields."
    + Stephen Downes' Guide to the Logical Fallacies
    A guide to the logical fallacies - each one described and discussed. Also to be found, in a different form, here.
    + Dutch Graduate School in Logic
    Details of and links to various institutes, projects, publications etc., plus a "Puzzle of the Month".
    + Factasia: Logic
    Maintained by R.B. Jones -- a postivist (!) who admits with disarming candour: "I have achieved nothing".
    + Indiana University Program in Pure & Applied Logic
    "The IU Logic Program brings together the talents of both logicians and researchers in related areas from the university's departments of Computer Science, Linguistics, Mathematics, Philosophy, and History and Philosophy of Science. The Program's contributing departments regularly offer a wide variety of graduate courses in logic, ranging in topic from the fundamentals through advanced seminars. In addition, the Logic Program sponsors a weekly, multidisciplinary seminar in logic as well as a more informal, weekly meeting for applied logic."
    +Informal Fallacies
    Created by Charles Ess; "The names of logical fallacies organized [here] are linked to more extensive documents made up of examples of the designated fallacy and (occasionally) explanation and discussion of the fallacy."
    + IWAKUMA Yukio
    His "12th Century Logic Home Page" deems to have disappeared, but this is his "Census of Manuscripts of 12th Century Logic". "The census consists of three parts. If you click any manuscript in the list, you will come to the first part: brief descriptions of manuscripts. If you click any items in the first part, you will come to the second part: detailed informations on each text, including the list of relevant literature. Each relevant work is designated in the abbreviated form, viz. author's name + the publication year. If you click the abbreviations, you will come to the third part: Bibliography relevant to 12th century logic."
    + Journal of Philosophical Logic
    "The Journal aims to provide a forum for work utilizing the formal tools and methods of symbolic logic in order to shed light upon questions of philosophical, conceptual, or foundational reference."
    + Journal of Symbolic Logic
    "The main purpose of The Journal is to publish original scholarly work in symbolic logic. The Journal intends to represent the entire field of symbolic logic, which has become very broad, including its connections with mathematics and philosophy as well as newer aspects related to computer science and linguistics."
    + Logic and Philosophy software collection
    Part of the SWIF (Italian Web Site for Philosophy).
    + Logic in Israel
    Still exists, but seems to have been abandoned (the last up-date was in 1996).
    + The Logic Machine
    Maintained by Colin Allen & Chris Menzel. "The Logic Machine at Texas A&M University hosts interactive logic software used for teaching introductory formal logic. The Daemon Proof Checker checks proofs and can provide hints for students attempting to construct proofs in a natural deduction system for sentential (propositional) and first-order predicate (quantifier) logic. The Quizmaster provides a variety of exercises, from questions about basic concepts such as validity, to wff construction and translation, to proofs, truth tables, and countermodels."
    + Logic Notation on the Web
    By Peter Suber. Notes on how to present and view formal logic on Web sites. (I was amazed to discover that one can present the negation sign "¬" in HTML...)
    + Logic System Interrelationships
    Maintained by John Halleck. Includes Expression Evaluator free software.
    + Mathematical Logic around the World
    A service provided by the Mathematical Logic Group, University of Bonn, and the Institute for Logic, University of Vienna. Invaluable.
    + Mediaeval Logic and Philosophy
    Maintained by Paul Vincent Spade. The main interest here is a set of downloadable PDF files, including translations from Aquinas, Boethius, Burley, Ockham, etc.. There are also sections offering links to related resources, e-mail contacts, and a sort of bulletin board of questions and answers.
    + Modern Logic
    "A Journal for the History, Philosophy, Invention, and Pedagogy of Modern Logic, Set Theory, and the Foundations of Mathematics." After volume 8 this became The Review of Modern Logic.
    + ProofPower
    "ProofPower has been under ongoing development since 1989. It was originally designed and implemented by International Computers Ltd. to support proofs of specification-to-model correspondence for high-assurance secure systems. [...] ProofPower is a specification and proof tool based on an implementation of Higher Order Logic (HOL), following the LCF paradigm, in Standard ML. ProofPower provides support for specification and proof in Z using a semantic embedding of Z into HOL. The DAZ tool supporting refinement of Z to the SPARK subset of Ada is also available."
    + Research Groups in Logic & Theoretical Computer Science
    Maintained at the university of Wales, Swansea. Covers topics in Mathematical Logic, Logic in Computer Science and Theoretical Computer Science, and Philosophical Logic.
    + Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics
    "a network of scholars founded with the aim of fostering collaboration and research".
    + Review of Modern Logic
    The journal "is interested in all aspects of symbolic logic, including foundations, the foundations of mathematics, and set theory, though it is not particularly interested in publishing papers devoted to the technical development of pre-existing logical or axiomatic systems."
    + Peter Suber
    Logic course and related material. Very nicely presented and laid out.

    Mediaeval

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Ancient & Medieval Logic
    A directory.net listing of useful sites, including on-line papers.
    + Aquinas Translation Project
    maintained by Stephen Loughlin; "a web-based project which seeks to provide scholars, religious and any interested individuals with translations of St. Thomas Aquinas's works not readily available in English."
    + Internet Medieval Sourcebook
    Vast resource, with on-line texts, links to other sites, etc.
    + IWAKUMA Yukio
    His "12th Century Logic Home Page" deems to have disappeared, but this is his "Census of Manuscripts of 12th Century Logic". "The census consists of three parts. If you click any manuscript in the list, you will come to the first part: brief descriptions of manuscripts. If you click any items in the first part, you will come to the second part: detailed informations on each text, including the list of relevant literature. Each relevant work is designated in the abbreviated form, viz. author's name + the publication year. If you click the abbreviations, you will come to the third part: Bibliography relevant to 12th century logic."
    + John Kilcullen
    "Late medieval and early modern intellectual history: Scotus, Ockham, Wyclif, Buridan, Grotius." Featuring down-loadable texts, plus details of and materials for his courses on Mediaeval Philosophy and Political Philosophy.
    + Gyula Klima
    Fordham university pghilosopher; the site offers on-line & down-loadable papers, discussions, notes, etc. Also has a mirror site in Europe somewhere.
    + Labyrinth
    Wide range of ancient texts on line.
    + Stephen Loughlin
    Devoted to Aquinas - information, links to other sites, and links to down-loadable texts.
    + Mediaeval Logic and Philosophy
    Maintained by Paul Vincent Spade. The main interest here is a set of downloadable PDF files, including translations from Aquinas, Boethius, Burley, Ockham, etc.. There are also sections offering links to related resources, e-mail contacts, and a sort of bulletin board of questions and answers.
    + Philosophie Médiévale
    In French. A very useful listing of relevant sites, organised by type.
    + Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics
    "a network of scholars founded with the aim of fostering collaboration and research".

    Metaphysics

    (See also the Philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + István A. Aranyosi
    On-line papers.
    + Beyond Experience: Metaphysical Theories and Philosophical Constraints — Norman Swartz
    Originally published by the University of Toronto Press, 1991; second edition now on the Web, together with Nicholas Rescher's "Foreword" and journal reviews. It's available in both HTML and PDF formats, both chapter-by-chapter and in its entirety (in ZIP files).
    + David Chalmers
    On-line papers on mind, modality, and meaning.
    + Metaphysics research Lab.
    Maintained by Edward N. Zalta at Stanford University. Interesting in its own right, but also for information on philosophers such as Ernst Mally and Gottlob Frege.
    + Ontology: a resource guide
    maintained by Raul Corazzon. A very broad useage of "ontology", and a large site, organised historically and by topic. Some frames-crippled sections, but navigable.
    + Philosophy of Time Society
    Details of the society, membership, etc.
    [N.B.: this has disappeared, and I can't find any new address. Information would be welcome.]
    + Brock Sides
    A collection of his own pages on various subjects, but especially metaphysics.
    + Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics
    "a network of scholars founded with the aim of fostering collaboration and research".

    Politics

    (See also the Philosophers pages for individual philosophers and the Journals pages.)
    + Laurie M.Bagby
    A small list of political thought links.
    + j_spot
    "an interdisciplinary, electronic journal focusing on a wide range of intersections between theory, politics, culture and social justice."
    + JustWarTheory
    "a free, non-profit aid to research and instruction in applied philosophy of war and peace", maintained by Mark A. Rigstad (Oakland University).
    + John Kilcullen
    Materials for his courses on Political Philosophy.
    + Moral Musings
    A Quarterly Journal of Social and Political Thought. Three volumes appeared (the last in 1999); they're available at this site.
    + Philosophy & Civil Society
    Tom Bridges' site. beware -- it uses the p-word, though it's not clear whether he takes it seriously or not.
    + Philosophy & Public Affairs
    "contains philosophical discussions of substantive legal, social, and political problems, as well as discussions of the more abstract questions to which these discussions give rise."
    + Political Philosophy
    An "annotated cybercompanion", maintained by M. Chiara Pievatolo. A really well-organised and full site.
    + Political Philosophy/Political Theory on the Internet
    Maintained by I. Laponce. An extensive collection of links to relevant resources.
    + Public Affairs Quarterly
    "devoted to current issues in social and political philosophy. It specializes in contributions that examine matters on the current agenda of public policy in light of philosophical reflections and assessments."
    + Sexuality and Culture
    "a forum for the discussion and analysis of ethical, cultural, psychological, social, and political issues related to sexual relationships and sexual behavior." Published quarterly; subscription & editorial details, with some on-line papers from previous volumes.
    + SWIF: Filosofia Politica
    Useful page of "Interesting Sites Related to Political Philosophy", compiled by compiled by Maria Chiara Pievatolo and Francesca Di Donato.

    A Miscellany - pages that don't fit elsewhere

    + Philosophie sur Ordinateur
    Swiss page (in French) dealing with philosophy on, for, and about computers.


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