This small glossary of Buddhist terms is from Paul Trafford (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This page contains a searchable version of the Catholic Encyclopedia. The editors (email@example.com) of this project are calling for assistance in reproducing articles from the hard copy version for online accessibility.
This is R. A. Tatum's (firstname.lastname@example.org) Glossary of Christian History, based in-part on Bruce Shelley's Christian History in Plain Language.
This glossary is produced with teachers of critical thinking in mind, and is maintained at the Centre for Critical Thinking (CCT@sonoma.edu).
Philosophy of Mind
The page provides access to a dictionary of terms used in philosophy of mind. It is compiled by Chris Eliasmith (email@example.com), who welcomes suggestions for additions to help expand the usefulness of the site. A search engine facilitates ease of use and quality is ensured via a blind peer-reviewed editorial policy and advisory boards.
A Dictionary of
Philosophical Terms & Names
This site presents a concise guide to technical terms and personal names often encountered in the study of philosophy. Although its entries are extremely brief, many of them include links to more detailed discussions located elsewhere on this site and in other on-line resources, including especially the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Peter Saint-André's The Ism Book, and Stephen Downes's Guide to the Logical Fallacies. It is maintained by Garth Kemerling (firstname.lastname@example.org).
L'encyclopedie electronique de la philosophie
This beautifully-designed site houses a small French-language encyclopedia of philosophy.
This site, from Lawrence Hinman (email@example.com) provides a small glossary of philosophical terms.
Glossary of Kant's
From Stephen Palmquist (StevePq@hkbu.edu.hk), this site lists Kant's most important technical terms, together with a simple definition of each, originally written as a study aid to help make the intricate web of Kant's terminology comprehensible to students who had little or no familiarity with Kant's writings.
A Glossary of Pali
and Buddhist Terms
This glossary, from firstname.lastname@example.org, is adapted (with permission) directly from the glossaries in the books Straight from the Heart, Things As They Are, and The Wings to Awakening.
This glossary is taken from Nicholas Bunnin's and E. P. Tsui-James's The Blackwell Companion to Philosophy, and is intended for an undergraduate audience.
Philosophical Terms and Names
The glossary was prepared for the courses of Dr. James W. Eiswert (email@example.com), Department of History, Humanities and Philosophy, Northwest Missouri State University.
This glossary of religious terms is prepared by the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance.
Philosophy of Mind
This is Darren Brierton's (firstname.lastname@example.org) glossary for philosophy of mind. Other teaching resources can also be located at this site.
Glossary-guide for Translating Husserl
This site, created by Antonio Zirion Quijano (email@example.com) in Spanish and English versions, aims to extend the project initiated by Dorion Cairns in his Guide for Translating Husserl. It's ultimate aim, is to give the glossary a multilingual character, so that it may serve to aid in the translation of the works of Husserl to every language dead or alive.
Encyclopedia of Philosophy
A searchable online encyclopedia edited by James Fieser (firstname.lastname@example.org). Articles in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy are currently from three sources (1) adaptations from public domain sources, (2) adaptations from student papers, and (3) original contributions by professional philosophers. Over time, the editor seeks to replace all of the first two type of articles with original contributions by professional philosophers.
The Ism Book: A
Hypertext Dictionary of Philosophy
From Peter Saint-André (email@example.com), the Ism Book was written in 1990 at the request of a businessman who wanted a brief guide to philosophy in the form of a dictionary (and who was influenced by Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism). Because of its original audience and the author's own humanistic vision of philosophy, the author included the popular meanings of the isms, brought out the practical consequences of viewpoints in all the branches of philosophy, defined various types of isms, and even tried to make it entertaining. While several of these aspects over the years have been adjusted, the book retains much of its original stamp.
From Andrew Chrucky (firstname.lastname@example.org), this site provides access to and comparisons of entries in philosophical encyclopedia.
Terms and Definitions
This site provides an A to Z of common philosophical terms from Ryan Breedon (email@example.com) and part of his larger Philosophy for Everyone site at http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/2795/home.htm
This is RB Jones' small but useful philosophy glossary, part of his Factasia site at http://www.rbjones.com/rbjpub/philos/
Glossary of Bioethics
This a glossary, which focuses on genetic technology, is by Darryl R. J. Macer, and from his book, 'Shaping Genes'.
From Robert T. Carroll (firstname.lastname@example.org), The Skeptic's Dictionary & Guide for the New Millennium provides definitions, essays and references on topics from acupuncture to zombies.
Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is the first dynamic encyclopedia. Each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field. Unlike static reference works which are fixed on the printed page or on CD-ROM and which often become outdated soon after they are published, this document constantly changes with the addition of new entries and the modification of existing entries. Consequently, you can expect the entries in this encyclopedia to be responsive to new research. Moreover, the entries are evaluated by an Editorial Board. Whenever an entry is added or significantly modified, the Board member in charge of that entry is automatically notified and it is then his or her responsibility to evaluate the new material. The Principal Editor is Edward N. Zalta. Correspondence should be directed to email@example.com. This site is mirrored at http://setis.library.usyd.edu.au/stanford/
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