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Some Free Internet Sources in Philosophy
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
Peter Suber's guide is still a useful starting point for research though it has not been updated since 2003.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Reference tool founded in 1995 and developed by James Fieser (general editor) for the purpose of providing detailed scholarly information on all areas of philosophy. Articles include adaptations from public domain sources, adaptations written by the editor for classroom purposes and original contributions by professional philosophers.
Intute : Arts and Humanities
Originally the Humbul Humanities Hub. Service of the Resource Discovery Network providing access to web resources for education and research that are selected and evaluated by a network of subject specialists. Browse by subject.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Established collaborative work by reputable scholars covering philosophy and related disciplines. This free resource is updated infrequently.