Maintained by the National Taiwan University Library, this unique searchable bibliography provides access to more than 125,000 Buddhist-related text and more than 5,000 electronic full-text materials, primarily in Chinese and English. Contains a number of language translation dictionaries and glossaries and links to subject-related websites.
Course Materials in Philosophy
Edited by Andrew Carpenter of Antioch College. Course Materials in Philosophy is a systematic collection of syllabi, handouts, and other course material. It welcomes submissions from philosophy teachers.
David Chalmers' Philosophy Resources
Edited by David Chalmers (University of Arizona). Contains many resources in the philosophy of mind and links to online philosophy papers.
Edited by Lawrence M. Hinman (University of San Diego). Provides guides to resources on a wide range of contemporary moral issues and topics in moral theory. It also offers a calendar of upcoming ethics conferences, links to syllabi of ethics courses, discussion forums, and a special forum for the discussion of prepublication versions of ethics papers.
Index of Articles on Jewish Studies
Compiled from the holdings of the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem, this database indexes thousands of journal articles, articles in collections, and chapters in books from primary and secondary sources in Hebrew, Yiddish, and European languages. You may search in English or Hebrew, and full bibliographic citations, source identification, and detailed subject descriptors are provided. No full-text.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Edited by James Fieser (University of Tennessee at Martin). A growing collection of articles on many figures and topics; it seeks contributions from professional philosophers.
PAIR: Portal to Asian Internet Resources
Jointly maintained by libraries at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ohio State University, and the University of Minnosota, PAIR covers Asia from Turkey to Japan, including linds in English and local languages. It is free and easy to use, and includes a wealth of intersiting and current materials.
Perseus Project: An Evolving Digital Library on Ancient Greece
Perseus is an evolving digital library. Their primary goal is to develop a wide range of source materials. Their main collections include: Classics, Papyri, Renaissance, London, California, Upper Midwest, and Tufts History.
Philosophy Research Base
Categorized by history, subject and author. Integrating text resources with the best online resources, this index attempts to aid both academic and general interest in all philosophical genres and their related fields.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Edited by Edward N. Zalta (Stanford University). A 'dynamic' encyclopedia of philosophy that is responsive to new research -- authors have ftp access to their entries to keep them up-to-date and a select Board of Editors monitors and referees all entries and updates.