This is an Internet academic periodical devoted to subject of philosophy. At this site can be found an archive of back issues and article submission guidelines.
Comprehensive collection of links to associations and departments, gophers, texts, specific philosophers, and systems.
Moderated mailing list for discussion of the history and literature of analytic philosophy. Includes extensive bibliography.
-- Lists many books that lay the foundation for discussion on this
-- Describes how to subscribe, unsubscribe, submit postings, and
contact the moderator. Also describes the list's rules.|
-- Sets out the rules for Analytic's essay contest, and lists past
-- Contains online copies of every posting sent to Analytic since
-- Describes Analytic's sister list dedicated to the discussion of
-- Lists a variety of websites which may be of interest to
Reference guide that divides philosophy into analytic and speculative philosophy. Includes a small glossary, classic texts, and a bibliography.
Description: A public and moderated mailing list for the
discussion of analytic philosophical thought,
its history, its literature, and other topics of related interest. The
criteria applied for the moderation of the list are little more than a
check for common courtesy and the rules of nettiquette. The intended
audience is anyone who is well acquainted with at least a few of the
basic philosophical writings in the analytic tradition. Profs and
students alike are welcome, as are both professionals and amateurs.
The intent is to provide a forum for informal discussions
and exchanges of resources.
This site contains documents (lecture notes, conference
papers, chapters from books, etc.) on analytical philosophy: history and
The Proceedings of the Friesian
School, Fourth Series is a non-periodic journal and archive of philosophy,
updated as needed, published and edited by Kelley
L. Ross, Ph.D..
Taking up again the tradition of the Friesian
School, this is a non-peer-reviewed electronic journal and archive of
philosophy, inaugurated on line July 6, 1996, four years before the end of
the Century, just as the
brilliant, courageous, prolific, and little appreciated German
Leonard Nelson (1882-1927) started his Abhandlungen der Fries'schen
Schule, Neue Folge, attempting a "Reformation of Philosophy,"
four years after the beginning of the Century...