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It is essential to be cautious amount material available on websites and you should always check with your professors to ensure you understand their expectations regarding Philisophical material on the Web.
The sites reccommended on this page may be relevant for both primary and secondary source information. These sites have been verified AT THE TIME OF THE CREATION OF THIS DOCUMENT. Remember web site content and links change and you should always verify the accuracy of any web based information you find before you use it.
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Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
This site provides detailed information on topics and individuals related to philosophy. Entries are organized in alphabetical order. The site also includes a search function and allows you to browse by topic.
Stanford Encylopedia of Philosophy
This site provides information on a variety of topics and individuals related to Philosophy. The table of contents gives an alphabetically organized list of entries. The website also includes a search function.
Aristotle et al.: Readings for Philosophers and Catholics
A dense selection of documents about Aristotle, Scholasticism, Medieval Philosophy, and Catholic Philosophy provided by the Jacques Maritain Center at the University of Notre Dame.
Repository of more than 10,000 open-access (freely available) journal articles and other scholarly publications in philosophy. Sub-disciplines covered include Comparative Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Epistemology, Esthetics, Ethics and Political Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Logic and Foundations of Mathematics, Philosophy of Mind, and Philosophy of Science.