PHILWEB BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ARCHIVE

THEORETICAL RESOURCES OFF- AND ON-LINE

CONTENTS


 

NOMENCLATURE

PhilWeb consists of two kinds of pages: those devoted to particular periods, approaches, schools and topics of philosophy as well as those devoted to individual thinkers from a given period or associated with a particular approach, school or topic. 

Each page includes the following sub-categories (the meaning of which is mostly self-evident) and thus looks something like this:   

PAGE TITLE (E.G. ANCIENT THOUGHT)


SUB-PAGES

Philosophers / Theorists:

  • [links in this section are to internal pages rather than external URLs]


ASSOCIATIONS

  • [associations, learned societies, and the like]

CONFERENCES

COURSES

  •  

JOURNALS

  •  

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • [collections of primary sources of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • [individual works of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

On-Line:

  • Archives:

    • [collections of e-texts, i.e. on-line versions of works of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • [particular e-texts, i.e. on-line versions of works of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • [collections of studies, commentaries, surveys, etc. of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • [particular studies, commentaries, surveys, etc. of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

On-Line:

  • [particular studies, commentaries, surveys, etc. of the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question found on-line]

UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES / RESEARCH CENTRES / RESEARCH PROJECTS

  •  

WWW GATEWAYS

  • [links to websites which contain collections of links to other websites pertinent to the period, approach, school, topic or thinker in question]

 

PHILWEB was last updated:
October 10, 2011

PHILWEB is edited by
Richard L. W. Clarke

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