Philosophers, a directory

Great philosophers of the past and present; an index of websites

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Abelard, Peter

Peter Abelard. Wikipedia entry.
Historia Calamitatum by Peter Abelard. Project Gutenberg etext.
Peter Abelard: From Sic et Non, 1120
Peter Abelard. Catholic Encyclopedia entry.
Peter Abelard. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Adorno, Theodor W

Theodor Adorno, Erratic Impact web resources.
Theodor Adorno. Epistemelinks web resources.
Theodor W. Adorno, Wikipedia entry.
http://ubu.com/sound/adorno.html
Adorno’s radio interviews, lectures, compositions. UbuWeb

Agameben, Giorgio

Giorgio Agamben. Wikipedia entry.
Giorgio Agamben. Filosofico.net Italian website.
Giorgio Agameben. Projekt Agamben (Polish site)

Aquinas, St Thomas

A study of Aquinas and Medieval philosophy.
Aquinas. Life and works. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Summa Theologica
Corpus Thomisticum
His complete works in (in Latin)
Corpus Thomisticum
A Searchable Latin text for Android devices.
De Rationibus Fidei/Reasons for the Faith against Muslim Objections…
Documenta Catholica Omnia
His complete works in PDF files, in (in Latin, Italian, German, English, Spanish.
The Principles of Nature

Aristotle

Aristotle. Aristotle link pages and websites from Epistemelinks.
Aristotle. Project Archelogos. The site aims at the construction of a database which will contain all the philosophical arguments of the works of Plato and Aristotle.
Aristotle etexts. Non-contradiction.com, a free, central place for information about
Aristotle and Aristotelian philosophy.
Aristotle’s Ethics. Project Gutenberg
Aristotle, Wikipedia entry.
Online Aristotle live texts. A comprehensive selection from Epistemelinks.
Nichomachean Ethics

Arnheim, Rudolf

Rudolf Arheim. International Study Exhibition

St Augustine

Augustine of Hippo, Wikipedia entry.
St Augustine. Articles and web links from early Church.org.

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Bacon, Sir Francis

Bacon, Sir Francis. Sir Francis Bacon. Extensive resources from the Luminarium.
Sir Francis Bacon, Wikipedia entry.
Sir Francis Bacon etexts.
Francis Bacon Research Trust
Texts
Project Gutenberg
The Advancement of Learning
The Essays
New Atlantis
Valerius Terminus; of the interpretation of nature

Badiou, Alain

Alain Badiou. Lacanian Ink. Articles, videos.
Alain Badiou. On Evil: An interview with Alain Badiou. Cabinet Magazine
Alain Badiou. Bibliography.
Alain Badiou videos.

Bakunin, Michael

Michael Bakunin. Collected works, biography, background, archives.
Mikhail Bakunin. Wikipedia entry.
Bakunin Timeline

Bateson, Gregory

Gregory Bateson
The Institute for Intercultural Studies: Gregory Bateson
Gregory Bateson. Wikipedia

Gregory Batseon. An Ecology of Mind

Balzano, Bernhand

Bernhard Bolzano, Wikipedia entry.

Baudrillard, Jean

Jean Baudrillard. The World of Baudrillard
International Journal of Baudrillard Studies
Jean Baudrillard, Wikipedia entry.
Jean Baudrillard. The Guardian

Bayle, Pierre

Pierre Bayle, Wikipedia entry.

Bentham, Jeremy

Jeremy Bentham. Links, e-texts from Epistemelinks.
Jeremy Bentham Wikipedia entry.
Bentham Index. A biblography.
Jeremy Bentham. A link directory.

Bergson, Henri

Bergson, Henri. Henri Bergson Nobel Prize Archives
Henry Bergson Wikipedia entry.
Henri Bergson. Laughter : an Essay on the Meaning of the Comic
Henri Bergson.  A short summary of Bergson’s philosophical works.
Works by Henri Bergson. Etexts at Project Gutenberg
L’Evolution créatrice

Berkeley, Bishop George

Bishop George Berkeley. Finding aid, biography. God, reality,
illusion. The International Berkeley Society
George Berkeley. Biography, timeline, bibliography.
Bishop George Berkeley. The works of Berkeley on the internet.
George Berkeley. Wikipedia entry.

de Beauvoir, Simone

Simone de Beauvoir. Bibliography, introduction.
Simone de Beauvoir.  The Second Sex
Simone de Beauvoir, Wikipedia entry.

Blanchot, Maurice

Maurice Blanchot, a website. Site Maurice Blanchot et ses contemporain.
Maurice Blanchot, Wikipedia entry.
Maurice Blanchot. Full Online Books by Blanchot. Google Books
Espace Maurice Blanchot

Boehme, Jacob

Jacob Boehme. The works of Jacob Boehme Online
Jacob Boehme. Wikipedia entry

Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius

Boethius. The Consolations of Philosophy
Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius. Wikipedia entry.

Boyle, Robert

Boyle, Robert. Robert Boyle. The Robert Boyle Project, from Prof. Michael Hunter.
The University of London.

Browne, Sir Thomas

Sir Thomas Browne. Biographical material, a list of on-line texts, with a bibliography.
Sir Thomas Browne. Browne’s works, and links to other sites.

Bruno, Giordano

Giordano Bruno. Wikpedia entry.
Giordano Bruno: the Forgotten Philosopher

Buber, Martin

Martin Buber. Homepage with links, e-texts and introduction.
Martin Buber, Wikipedia entry.
Martin Buber. A tribute to Buber’s philosophy in his own words, featuring photographs of his life.

Burke, Edmund

Edmund Burke: A Legacy. An essay.
The Edmund Burke Society
Edmund Burke – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Works by Edmund Burke, Project Gutenberg

Butler, Judith

Information about the work of Judith Butler, gender theorist, by David Gauntlett, 
Judith Butler. Wikipedia entry.

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de Chardin, Pierre Teilhard

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. The American Teilhard Association homepage
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Wikipedia entry.
The Phenomenon of Man. The Internet Archive

Chomsky, Noam

Noam Chomsky. Wikipedia entry.
Official Noam Chomsky website. Resource site including books, articles, interviews, talks, debates, plus writings about Chomsky.

Chritchley, Simon

Simon Critchley. Wikipedia entry.
Simon Critchley. Hans Jonas Professor at The New School for Social Research
Simon Critchley European Graduate School. Video lectures and discussion.
Simon Critchley interviews at A PIece of Monologue.
Simon Chritchley’s blog at The New York Times

Cicero

Cicero. Cicero text collection from Bartleby.com
Cicero. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Cicero. Wikipedia

Collingwood, R. G.

R. G. Collingwood. Wikipedia entry.

Critias

Critias. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Critias. Wikipedia entry.
Critias, by Plato.

Croce, Benedetto

Benedetto Croce. Historical Materialism and the Economics of Karl Marx
Benedetto Croce. Wikipedia entry.

Fondazione Biblioteca Benedetto Croce
Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Storici, founded by Benedetto Croce
Works by Benedetto Croce
Works by or about Benedetto Croce

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d’Alembert, Jean Le Rond

L’ Encyclopédie de Diderot et d’Alembert
Jean Le Rond d’Alembert. Wikipedia entry.
The Encyclopedia of Diderot and d’Alembert Collaborative Translation Project.

Danto, Arthur

Arthur Danto, Wikipedia entry.

Debord, Guy

Guy Debord

Deleuze, Gilles

Gilles Deleuze, Wikipedia entry.
Deleuze Web

Democritus

Democritus. Wikipedia entry.
Democritus. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Dennett, Daniel

Daniel Dennett. Review of The Mind’s Eye, by John R. Searle
Daniel Dennett. Is Perception the ‘Leading Edge’ of Memory?

Derrida, Jacques

Derrida documentary.
Derrida’s Garden
Derrida entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Derrida entry in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
All Derrida in French and Spanish
Site Jacques Derrida, France.
Derrida Wikipedia entry.
Guide to the Saffa Fathy Video Recordings of Jacques Derrida Lectures.
Derrida interviews, excerpts and commentaries from Stanford University.
Guide to the Jacques Derrida Papers. Special Collections and Archives, The UC Irvine Libraries, Irvine, California.
Excerpt from “Plato’s Pharmacy”
Excerpt from “Psyche”

Descartes, René

Descartes, René. Rene Descartes. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Wikipedia entry.
Rene Descartes ontological argument, a discussion.
Rene Descartes. Life and works. Philosophy Pages
Discourse on the Method. Project Gutenberg
Medtations on First Philosophy

Dewey, John

John Dewey, Wikipedia entry.
Works by John Dewey
Works by or about John Dewey

Dionysius the Areopagite

Dionysius the Areopagite. The Celestial Hierarchy
Dionysius the Areopagite. Mystical Theology
Dionysius the Pseudo-Areopagite. Dionysius the Areopagite

Duns Scotus

Duns Scotus. John Duns Scotus

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Empedocles (of Acragas)

Empedocles (of Acragas). Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Epicurus

Epicurus and Epicurian Philosophy. Epicurean texts.  Epicurus Net
International Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Epicurus entry
Epicurus. Letters, On the Nature of Things, Principle Doctrines, Vatican Sayings.
Epicurius. Epicurian Philosophy Online. Etexts.
Epicurus. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Eriugena, John Scotus

John Scotus Eriugena. From New Advent
Eriugena, John Scotus. From Erratic Impact

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