Philosophers, a guide to websites


Rancière, Jacques

Jacques Rancière. European Graduate School, videos, audio, articles.
Jacques Rancière. Wikipedia entry.
A blog focusing on the work of Jacques Ranciere.
Jacques Rancière. Art and Research
Jacques Ranciere. Eurozine interview.

Ricardo, David

David Ricardo. The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation
David Ricardo, Wikipedia entry.

Ricoeur, Paul

Paul Ricoeur, Wikipedia entry.
Paul Ricoeur. Entry in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Ronell, Avital

Avital Ronell Wikipedia entry.
Works by or about Avital Ronell
Avital Ronell. The European Graduate School
Avital Ronell, or How to Transform Philosophy into an Artistic Performance
Interview. Alt-X
Avital Ronell & Werner Herzog at Centre Pompidou

Rorty, Richard

Richard Rorty. Wikipedia entry.
Richard Rorty. Article in First Things.
Richard Rorty. Platonists, Positivists, and Pragmatists

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Introduction.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau. MEMO, le site de l’Histoire.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau. etext collection.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Wikipedia entry.
The Confesssions,  translated by W. Conyngham Mallory.
The Social Contract, or Principles of Political Right,  translated by G. D. H. Cole.

Russell, Bertrand

Russell, Bertrand. Bertrand Russell   Epistemelinks
Bertrand Russell. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Betrand Russell. The Bertrand Russell Archives
Bertrand Russell. Nobel Prize Archives
Bertrand Russell. Writings by Bertrand Russell:  Electronic Texts on the WWW.


Sartre, Jean-Paul

Jean-Paul Sartre. Reality, being and non-being. From Philosophy Pages.
John-Paul Sartre. Existentialism and philosophy resources, texts.
John-Paul Sartre. Nobel Prize Archive
John-Paul Sartre., a Sartre discussion site.
Jean-Paul Sartre Wikipedia entry.
Jean-Paul Sartre Archive

Schelling, Friedrich

Friedrich von Schelling
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Schopenhauer, Arthur

Arthur Schopenhauer. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Arthur Schopenhauer. Schopenhauer-Gesellschaft
Arthur Schopenhauer Web
Arthur Schopenhauer. Wikipedia entry.
Arthur Schopenhauer. The Fresian School
Works by Arthur Schopenhauer. Project Gutenberg
Arthur Schopenhauer. Projeckt Gutenberg German etexts.
Schopenhauers Philosophie der Kunst

Schutz, Alfred

The Alfred Schütz Archive
Alfred Schutz. Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy

Scruton, Roger

Roger Scruton website.
Roger Scruton. Wikipedia entry.

Searle, John

John Searle homepage.

Sellars, Wilfred

Wilfred Sellars. Problems from Wilfred Sellars.

Smith, Adam

The Adam Smith Page. Articles, works.
Adam Smith. The Wealth of Nations
The Adam Smith Institute
Adam Smith, Wikipedia entry.


Socrates biography, Socrates dialogues. Meno, Critias, Symposium, Phaedo, Gorgias, Crito, Phaedrus, Ion, Protagoras and more (translated by Benjamin Jowett).
Socrates. Etexts from Project Gutenberg.
Socrates, Wikipedia entry.
Socrates. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Last days of Socrates. A site is designed to help first year philosophy students 
read the Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and the death scene from the Phaedo.
Socrates, Plato’s dialogues from etexts from Project Gutenberg.

Spinoza, Baruch

Baruch Spinoza Wikipedia entry.
Works by Baruch Spinoza at Project Gutenberg.
Refutation of Spinoza by Leibniz. Google Books
EthicaDB. A digital and multilingual publication of Spinoza’s Ethics.

Stiegler, Bernard

Bernard Stiegler, Wikipedia entry.
Ars Industialis. Association internationale pour une politique industrielle des technologies de l’esprit

Steiner, Rudolf

The Rudolf Steiner Archive
The Philosophy of Freedom

Strauss, Leo

Leo Strauss, Wikipedia entry.
The Leo Strauss Center
The Leo Strauss Center seeks to promote the serious study of Leo Strauss’s thought primarily through the preservation and publication of the unpublished written and audio record that he left behind.
Noble Lies And Perpetual War: Leo Strauss, The Neo-Cons, And Iraq
Audio of 1958 lecture by Leo Strauss on Genesis

T – V

Voltaire, Francois Marie Aroe

Francois Marie Aroe Voltaire websites. Epistemelinks
Voltaire etexts.  Epistemelinks
The Voltaire Foundation. The Voltaire Foundation is a research department in the 
University of Oxford, publishing in the area of the Eighteenth century, especially the French Enlightenment.
Voltaire, Wikipedia entry.
Letters On The English Or Lettres Philosophiques
The Philosophical Dictionary


William of Occam

William of Ockham. Dialogus, Latin text and English translation. British Academy
William of Ockham Wikipedia entry.

Wittgenstein, Ludwig

Ludwig Wittgenstein. The Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society
Cambridge Wittgenstein Archive. Database of Wittgenstein manuscripts.
The Wittgenstein Portal
Wittgenstein Archive Cambridge
Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen
The Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB). The Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB) is a research infrastructure and project.
Wittgenstein Source
Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB). General editor: Alois Pichler. Wittgenstein Source provides free access to Wittgenstein primary sources.
Wittgenstein News
Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language. Maintained by John  Humphrey.
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus Side-by-Side-by-Side Edition.
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, by Ludwig Wittgenstein. Free Ebook
Philosophical Investigations (PDF)
Commentary on Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations, by Lois Shawver
Wittgenstein entry in Wikipedia.

Ludwig Wittgenstein (1899–1951)


Zoroastra. The Zorostrian Archives
Zoroastrianism. Wikipedia entry.


Zizek, Slovoj

Slovoj Žižek, Wikipedia entry.
Slovoj Zizek. YouTube interviews.
Slavoj Zizek. The European Graduate School
The International Journal of Zizek Studies
Slavoj Žižek. Philosophy Now
Slavoj Zizek. The Independent
Slavoj Žižek. Collected Recordings
Slavoj Zizek: the world’s hippest philosopher. The Telegraph
Slavoj Žižek. Poetry Foundation
Column archive, The Guardian.