Growing archive of student essays from
Wesley Wildman's graduate seminars contains well-researched entries on
more than 100 authors. While focused on individual thinkers from
the 18th-20th c., it includes essays on modern movements, schools,
& a few seminal figures of earlier periods (Boston U).
Richard W. Kropf's electronic journal
of the sciences, philosophy & theology with a Teilhardian perspective.
Recent issues focus on "Can
Science Prove God?," "Evolution
& the Problem of Evil,"
After Death," "Universe:
Open or Closed?," & "The
Creator's Software: Physics & Information Theory."
J. M. Baldwin's 1901 wordbook offers an
extensive list of definitions of technical terminology & capsule
identifications of major figures up to the beginning of the 20th c. (hypertexted
for quick reference by Classics
in the History of Psychology).
Thomas Ryan Stone's deep cyber-catalog of
academic websites provides efficient access to works of hundreds of philosophers
living & dead as well as on-line
scholarly papers & sites devoted to topics
of philosophical importance.
Danne Polk's well-designed & extensively annotated searchable directory is a premiere research tool for locating quality on-line resources in any field related to philosophy (Villanova U).
Bob Drudge's cyber-gateway includes several religion-oriented links in an alpha
listing of philosophical websites. Some listings reviewed.
Christopher Fogarty's meditative site for those
navigating the desert of doubt samples the works of contemporary philosophers
Plantinga & N.
Rescher) & classic theologians
Barth, & G.
K. Chesterton). Audio
files of lectures by Barth available for free download.
Bryan Stone's Christian theology web page groups links by tradition, school, theologian, publisher, etc.
Expanded electronic edition of
Charles P. Henderson's 1985 book on the impact of science on modern theology
surveys the theories of Marx, Darwin, Freud, Einstein, Tillich & Teilhard
James Fieser edits a well-indexed collection of
on-line surveys of the history & topics of philosophy (many
religion-related) & posts e-texts of representative classics.
Jay Vincent's searchable gateway to
great seminal minds of both West & East includes capsule
introductions to major philosophers
(from Plato to Wittgenstein) & theologians
(from Tertullian to Rahner) with select links to related
Otto Ziegelmeier's searchable German website
provides an extensive index of important electronic resources on theological
theologians, ethical issues,
& ecumenical dialog
including many materials in English.
Brian Weatherson's searchable clearinghouse presents
abstracts & links to thousands of current academic e-texts archived in
blog format with a hyper-index of hundreds of authors alpha listed by first
name (Rutgers U).
Garth Kemerling's website is a prime example of
the potential of electronic publishing. His well-integrated, top-quality
projects include a Dictionary
of Philosophical Terms & Names, an extensively hyper-linked History
of Western Philosophy (work in progress), a timeline
of western philosophers from 600 BCE to the present, an introduction to the elementary
principles of logic, & essays on major
philosophers including many who have influenced the development of
theological and religious theory (Newberry College).
Kelley L. Ross's cyber-journal
champions the epistemological principles of Kant,
Schopenhauer, & Jakob Fries & traces the influence of the
on Rudolf Otto, Carl
Jung, Mircea Eliade,
& Karl Popper.
Contents include extensive essays on the history
of philosophy, epistemology,
& the philosophies of religion,
history & science.
New dynamic e-text with articles kept up to
date by specialist teams of researchers. Extensive topics, only a fraction of
which are now on-line.
Ecumenical journal posts abstracts of articles
in current issue & archives full e-texts of all volumes from 1958-1994
Searchable clearinghouse for philosophical
websites offers capsule biographies of over 50 philosophers from Ambrose to
Wittgenstein & from Diotima to Simone de Beauvoir (from Chris Marvin &