||Discusses classical examples of logical paradoxes, namely The Liar, The Hooded Man, The Heap, and The Horned Man, before covering paradoxes of self reference, and recent developments in the field.|| |
|Outlines the philosophical development of ontology |
the study of objects and their ties - from the 19th century to the present day. Features listings of formal and descriptive ontologists, a selection of online papers, definitions of the subject by leading philosophers, overviews of long term problems in the field, and information on ontology and artificial intelligence.
|Journal covering any of the areas associated with philosophical logic and with the applications of logic in conceptual analysis. Both informal papers and papers of a more technical nature may be included, but preference will be given to those which make clear the relevance of the formal methods employed to the treatment of philosophical problems.|| |
|Offers original articles and features about philosophy, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject|
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include aesthetics, ancient philosophers, Aristotle, Eastern philosophy, epistemology, ethics, Internet issues such as censorship, logic, metaphysics, philosophy of the mind, philosophy of science and political philosophy.
|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.
|Project aiming to establish a distributed, evolving and live electronic dictionary of logic, an interdisciplinary subject covering philosophy, mathematics, language, psychology, computer science and artificial intelligence.|| |
|An electronic archive for papers in any area of psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, and many areas of computer science (artificial intelligence, robotics, vision, learning, speech, neural networks), philosophy (mind, language, knowledge, science, logic), biology (ethology, behavioural ecology, sociobiology, behaviour genetics, evolutionary theory), medicine (psychiatry, neurology, human genetics, imaging), anthropology (primatology, cognitive ethnology, archaeology, palaeontology), as well as any other portions of the physical, social, and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.|| |
|Alphabetical list of terms relating to basic set theory, basic recursive function theory, truth|
functional propositional logic and first-order predicate logic.
|Philosophy articles on topics such as empiricism, idealism and materialism, Wittgenstein: Tractatus, existentialism, post structuralism, dualism, Descartes, and science in the post|
|Research institute based at the University of Amsterdam. Includes the full text of a number of ILLC scientific publications.|| |
|Study of symbolic logic and propositional calculus looking at proving the existence of God. Includes examples to test knowledge.|| |
|An annotated index of materials for academics and students of philosophy and cognate disciplines. Covers fields of study within philosophy (aesthetics, logic, etc.) and indexes journals, online papers, encyclopaedia and glossaries. Also links to philosophy departments, projects, societies and professional organisations. Mailing lists, newsgroups, conference information, jobs, syllabi, teaching and study resources are listed.|| |
|Collection of resources about the mathematician George Berkeley, covering his life and works, and offering essays and lectures on the philosophy of Berkeley. Includes the text of The Analyst, Berkeley's attack on contemporary mathematical practice.|| |