Philosophers and P Guide - Resources and Review

Collection of documents and photographs depicting the life of Bertrand Russell, a liberal thinker and philosopher. Biographical information concerning his parents, grandparents, childhood, family, friends, awards, and rise to fame is featured, together with an account of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament conducted in 1959.
A bibliography of resources about women philosophers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Includes Ann Bradstreet (1612
1672), Mary Astell (1666 - 1731) and Mary Wollstonecraft (1759 - 1797).
Provides an on
line reference for contemporary scholarship about Nietzsche. Provides scholarly articles, teaching aids, biographical information, online books, and links to societies and organisations.
Manifestos, photographs, and articles exploring the international Futurist movement founded in Italy in 1909, which celebrated the aesthetic possibilities of machines, speed, noise, and cities, and impacted heavily on 20th century art and literature.
Professional organisation 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.
The goal of the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen is to make the complete writings of Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889
1951) available in the form of electronic facsimile and transcriptions. Texts and software are at the disposal of visiting scholars or University of Bergen faculty members. The software makes it possible to present the texts in various types of fair copy and in various formats for research purposes.
Offers links to societies all over the world with an interest in Soren Kierkegaard (1813
1855), details of current conferences, courses, meetings, calls for papers, and other events with set time limits, and the International Kierkegaard Newsletter from 1991 onwards.
Brief biographies of theologians, philosophers, poets, composers, and artists throughout history including Aristotle, Bach, Chaucer, Hobbes, and Wagner.
Aims to make objectivism related information available by providing locally
sponsored content such as essays and bibliographies and links to other resources for those interested in objectivism.
Collection of BBC recordings capturing the thoughts of 20th century architects, dancers, film directors, musicians, poets, political activists, scientists, and more. Biographical information is given for each individual. RealPlayer is required.
A guide and gateway to philosophy resources on the Internet. Categories include universities' philosophy pages, commercial organisations; societies, libraries, individuals' philosophy pages, philosophy resources organised by topic, individual philosophers including texts; philosophy discussion on the Internet, philosophy events and jobs, continuing education and distance learning, and a directory of philosophers who have web pages.
Philosophy encyclopedia that can be searched by keyword or browsed via a timeline of philosophical movements and thinkers. Also offers a philosophy text collection, which includes Descartes' Discourse on the Method, and Locke's A Letter Concerning Toleration.
The Karl Popper Web is an online complement to the Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Sir Karl Popper.
Information on Voltaire and the 18th Century Enlightenment.
Society founded in 1990 to promote the study of the life, work and influence of Friedrich Nietzsche.
Philosophy articles on topics such as empiricism, idealism and materialism, Wittgenstein: Tractatus, existentialism, post structuralism, dualism, Descartes, and science in the post
modern world.
Society commemorating the work of the German philosopher G. W. F. Hegel. Provides access to the twice
yearly Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, details of the society's annual conference, and membership information.
Articles debating current philosophical issues. Also features forthcoming events and an index of over 200 philosophy sites including individual philosophers, ancient philosophy, pre
twentieth century and modern philosophy.
Founded in 1974, the Hume Society is an international organisation with approximately 400 members around the world. The purpose of the Society is to stimulate scholarship on all aspects of David Hume's writings.
Guide to technical terms and people often encountered in the study of philosophy. Many entries include links to electronic texts and discussions.
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