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  1. Alchemy Website and Virtual Library, The - Site provides information on alchemy in all its facets. Divided into over 1300 sections and providing tens of thousands of pages of text, over 2000 images, over 200 complete alchemical texts, extensive bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts, numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on alchemy.
  2. Altar to the Eclectic (Tarot)
  3. Ask a Philosopher - Submit a philosophical question and receive an answer within seven days.
  4. Atheism Web, The
  5. The Automated Reasoning Project
  6. BEARS: Brown Electronic Article Review Service on Moral and Political Philosophy
  7. Buddhism for the Lay Practitioner - "A collection of resources for those who are interested in exploring Buddhism, from an admittedly Theravada viewpoint."
  8. The Official Joseph Campbell Foundation
  9. Catholic Encyclopedia, The
  10. Catholic Information Center
  11. Charles S. Peirce - Studies on the Internet
  12. Chomsky web page at MIT - Information and Computation.
  13. Critical Inquiry - published by the University of Chicago Press.


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  1. DharmaNet
  2. Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names
  3. Earth Portals - exploring the mystery of existence through language
  4. Eclectic Diner
  5. Erratic Impact -- Philosophy Research Base - Site is categorized by history, subject and author, is a meta-index featuring thousands of annotated links, text resources and community services for students and teachers conducting research in the field of philosophy.
  6. Ethics Updates - Updates on current literature, both popular and professional, that relate to ethics, intended for college-level ethics instructors and their students. Includes introductions to primary issues within theoretical and applied ethics, summaries of recent literature addressing these topics.


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  1. Great Illusion, The- "The reality of surreal images, words & thoughts that are hidden from you...within your own mind."
  2. Great Thinkers and Visionaries on the Web
  3. Guide to Early Church Documents
  4. Institute of Arts and Ideas - "Philosophy for our times: cutting edge debates and talks from the world's leading thinkers."
  5. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, The


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  1. Jacques Maritain Center at Notre Dame
  2. Just Think Foundation - promoting critical thinking about popular media.
  3. Krishnamurti's "Mind is a Myth"
  4. Kurts Favorite Catholic Links
  5. Mastering Enlightenments Arts - Information on Alan Watts
  6. Memory Hole, The
  7. Metaphysics Research Lab at CSLI


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  1. New Universal Consciousness, The
  2. Objectivist Center, The - "An open community for those interested in Ayn Rand and Objectivism."
  3. Pathways to Philosophy
  4. Philosophy Now - A Magazine of Ideas.


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  1. Rand, Ayn - A Resource Guide
  2. Rand, Ayn Institute - Information on Rand's life, work, and theory of objectivism.
  3. Socrates - 469-399 B.C. - annotated, hyperlinked, online texts of the Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and Phaedo, in addition to annotated links to other Internet resources relating to Socrates. Produced by the Philosophy Department at Clarke College.
  4. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Dynamic encyclopedia of nearly 500 entries covering all areas of philosphy written by experts in the field.
  5. SufiTraditions


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  1. Thinking's Legacy and the Evolution of Experience - a history of 19th and 20th century philosophy, and means to be an advanced introduction to thinking's contemporary developments. The text is oriented toward Continental European Philosophy, but Anglo-English perspectives as represented by Shakespearte, William James, Alfred North Whitehead, Susanne Langer and David Bohm are included as well.
  2. Tricycle Hub, The - the online version of 'Tricycle: The Buddhist Review;' provides an excellent overview of Buddhism in language Westerns can understand
  3. University of British Columbia - Centre for Applied Ethics
  4. University of Waterloo - Department of Philosophy


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  1. The WWW Virtual Library: Philosophy
  2. Window, The - "Welcome to The Window, the comprehensive clearinghouse for philosophy on the Web."
  3. Zen Guide - site covers the history, concepts, and ideas of Buddhism and Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Each section contains a brief article and annotated links for further study.


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