Philosophy text databases, a list of websites
The English Server
Canonical philosophy texts.
Canonical Philsophy Texts online from The English Server.
Philosophy on the EServer. This collection contains canonical philosophic texts and links to scholarly philosophic organizations. The English Server has other collections in addition, however, in critical theory, history, and in eighteenth century studies, which also address philosophical interests and concerns; feel free to examine those as well, if interested.
Hanover Historical Texts Project
An international database. Initiated in 1995 by the History Department and Hanover students. The Project’s principal aim is to make primary texts readily available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. European, US, Asian and African historical texts.
A searchable index to works of both well-known and little-known philosophers on various philosophical topics throughout the web.
A repository of online papers in various subject areas of philosophy.
A Superior Bibliographic Database Covering Scholarly Research in all Major Fields of Philosophy
Produced by the Philosopher’s Information Center, this current and comprehensive bibliographic database covers scholarly research in all major fields of philosophy. Considered the most thorough index of journal literature on the subject, this resource features author-written abstracts covering scholarly research published in journals and books, including contributions to anthologies and book reviews.
The Galilean Library
The Galilean Library is an expanding collection of essays on the sciences and humanities.
The Paideia Project Online: Archive Sections
Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy. The main index for the archive of contributed papers; ongoing contributions.
Perseus Digital Library
Texts and Translations of ancient Greeks and Romans.
A large selection of philosophy e-texts in HTML form. Sorted by author.
Philosopher’s etext directory, a German site.
Philosopher’s texts from Hannah Arendt, to Etienne Bonnot Condillac, to Mary Woolstonecraft.
Philosophy e-texts, classic texts.
Noesis. Philosophical Research Online