The American Catholic Philosophical Association
Provides a membership directory and information about conferences
and publications, etc.
The American Philosophical Association
"The American Philosophical Association is the main professional
organization for philosophers in the United States. Founded in 1900,
its mission is to promote the exchange of ideas among philosophers,
to encourage creative and scholarly activity in philosophy, to
facilitate the professional work and teaching of philosophers, and
to represent philosophy as a discipline."
American Society for Philosophy Counseling & Pyschotherapy
"Founded in 1992, the American
Society for Philosophy, Counseling, and Psychotherapy (ASPCP)
promotes the philosophical examination of the theory and practice of
counseling and psychotherapy and of philosophy as a private practice
The Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers
"The Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers (BAPT), organized in
1987, exists to support the teaching of philosophy on baptist
campuses, to enhance the intellectual tradition of baptists, and to
provide a forum for the integration of evangelical Christian faith
with philosophical scholarship."
The Center for Philosophy of Religion at the University of
Information about the activities of the Center.
Center for Process Studies
"The Center for Process Studies contributes to the development of a
new cultural paradigm influenced by a relational worldview. As a
resource for scholars and other professionals the Center coordinates
multidisciplinary and trans-disciplinary research on pressing
issues, seeking to avoid the inertia and limitations of segregated
university disciplines." Maintained at Claremont Graduate School.
Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern
A very extensive list of links regarding contemporary philosophers.
Maintained by Martin Ryder at the University of Colorado at Denver.
This site provides information about the writings and speaking
engagements of Christian philosopher Dallas Willard.
Directory of Women Philosophers
This site allows searching by name, location, and specialization.
"Episteme Links includes thousands of sorted links to philosophy
resources on the internet as well as assorted other features." The
site is searchable as well as browseable under these headings:
Philosophers; Topics; E-Texts; Images; Bookstore; Classroom;
Journals; Discussion Lists; Professors and Graduate Students;
Organizations; Departments; Newsgroups; Events; Publishers; Fun and
Humor; Papers; Jobs Listings; Other Link Sites. A very substantial
resource. Maintained by Thomas Ryan Stone.
Evangelical Philosophical Society
"Committed to offering to the Church and the Academy first-rate
scholarship in the areas of apologetics, philosophy of religion,
philosophy, philosophical theology, world views, philosophical and
theological prolegomena, epistemology, and ethics."
Faith and Reason
This website grew out of a PBS documentary which interviewed
scientists and religious thinkers on topics such as evolution,
cosmology, and technology.
Great Thinkers and Visionaries
"This is a list of people whose ideas on how and where the world is
- and should be - evolving, may be of interest to those who want to
understand the frontier of human thought, at least according to my
opinion." Maintained by Alexander Chislenko.
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
multiple page version:
single page version:
Edited by Peter Suber (Earlham College), this Guide is a
comprehensive collection of philosophy resources on the Internet,
continually updated. Main headings: Guides; Philosophers; Topics;
Associations; Journals; Teaching/Learning; Etexts; Bibliographies;
Mailing Lists; Newsgroups; Projects; Preprints; Jobs; Dictionaries;
Philosophy Dictionaries and Glossaries
This page offers a large number of links to reference resources in
philosophy and related fields.
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Edited by James Fieser (University of Tennessee at Martin), the
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a growing collection of
articles on many figures and topics; it seeks contributions from
professional philosophers. Includes an internal search engine, a
timeline of philosophers, and a collection of electronic texts.
John D. Caputo
This page offers information about Caputo's interests and
The Last Days of Socrates
"This site is designed to help first year philosophy students read
the Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and the death scene from the Phaedo."
Maintained by the Philosophy Dept. at Clarke College.
The Lublin School of Philosophy
This page provides resources relating to Catholic philosophy in
The Lyceum Project
"The Lyceum Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the
advancement of philosophy in the public domain."
Michael Sudduth's Analytic Philosophy of Religion Website
The home page of Michael Sudduth, who teaches at St. Michael's
College in Vermont.
The Notebook for Contemporary Continental Philosophy
A collection of links relating to c. 80 thinkers, plus other
philosophical resources on the Internet. Maintained by Scott H.
Moore of Baylor University.
The Ontological Argument for the Existence of God from
Anselm to Gödel
A substantial collection of materials relating to the history of the
Pathways to Philosophy
Includes information on distance learning programs in philosophy,
essays, "Ask a Philosopher," and other resources. Maintained by
Philosophy and Religion
Offers various materials relating to philosophy and religion.
Maintained by Richard Nolan.
Philosophy around the Web
"The main purpose of this site is to act as a guide and a gateway to
philosophy resources on the Internet." Maintained by Peter King.
Philosophy in Cyberspace
This is a major guide to philosophical resources on the Internet,
divided into 5 categories: 1) branches of philosophy: ethics,
metaphysics, etc., 2) text-related: journals, texts, bibliographies,
etc., 3) organizations: philosophy departments, associations, etc.,
4) forums: newsgroups, listservs, 5) misc.: conferences, jobs,
syllabi, humor. The annotations provided by this site are very
useful. Maintained by Dey Alexander at the University of Monash in
The Philosophy of Religion page is found here:
Philosophy of Religion
An excellent compilation of teaching aids, electronic texts, and
links. Maintained by Scott H. Moore of Baylor University. A related
site is found here:
Christian Faith and Postmodernity: An Index of WWW
Includes links to Web Sites, Journals and Magazines, Essays, and
Philosophy Research Base
This site organizes many philosophy links. It does have a large
amount of advertising, however.
The Radical Academy
"The Radical Academy is an analysis of the human condition as seen
through the eyes of an authentic philosophical realism fundamentally
grounded on the judgments of common sense, 'critically examined.' We
discuss traditional philosophical, moral, and religious questions;
contemporary political, social, and cultural problems and policies;
current scientific and technological issues and speculations;
challenges to the 'conventional' wisdom, 'popular ideologies, and
'accepted' paradigms of our culture; and the application of common
sense realistic principles to all human affairs." Maintained by
St. Mary's University Academic Library Philosophy Databases
This page offers links to various philosophy related sites.
The Society of Christian Philosophers
"The Society of Christian Philosophers was organized in 1978 to
promote fellowship among Christian Philosophers and to stimulate
study and discussion of issues which arise from their Christian and
philosophical commitments. One of its chief aims is to go beyond the
usual philosophy of religion sessions at the American Philosophical
Association and to stimulate thinking about the nature and role of
Christian commitment in philosophy." Maintained by Kelly James Clark
at Calvin College.
"The Sophia Project is a venture of the Molloy College Philosophy
Department, the aim of which is to provide the newcomer to the field
of philosophy with the assistance that he or she needs to read great
philosophical works. We believe that with the proper guidance
almost any intelligent person can begin a life-long reading program
in philosophy...and perhaps even become just a little bit wiser in
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Edited by Edward N. Zalta (Stanford University), the Stanford
Encyclopedia is a 'dynamic' encyclopedia of philosophy that is
responsive to new research -- authors have ftp access to their
entries to keep them up-to-date and a select Board of Editors
monitors and referees all entries and updates.
The Veritas Forum
This group of academics seeks to present ideas to university
The Victorian Web
This site provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the
Victorian era, offering a wealth of links and resources in
literature, the visual arts, religion, philosophy, science, and so
forth. Maintained by George P. Landow at Brown University.
WWW Virtual Library: Philosophy
"This guide is intended to provide an overview of the various
Internet resources related to philosophy."