MAJOR THINKERS
IN PHILOSOPHY: L TO Z



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Corliss Lamont
http://www.corliss-lamont.org/

This site is devoted to the life and work of author, philosopher and civil libertarian, Corliss Lamont. Included on this site is a copy of Lamont's "The Philosophy of Humanism" for download, plus several multimedia files. The page is maintained by webmaster@corliss-lamont.org

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
http://mally.stanford.edu/leibniz.html

This page, part of the Metaphysics Research Lab site at http://mally.stanford.edu/index.html maintained by Edward N. Zalta (zalta@mally.stanford.edu), provides an overview of the life and work of Leibniz, plus suggestions for further reading.

Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
http://www-groups.dcs.st- and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Leibniz.html

An excellent page introducing the life and work of Leibniz, this page is part of a larger site - the Mac Tutor History of Mathematics archive at http://www-groups.dcs.st- and.ac.uk/~history/index.html - and is maintained by John J O'Connor (joc@st-andrews.ac.uk) and Edmund F Robertson (efr@st-andrews.ac.uk).

Emmanuel Levinas
http://pw1.netcom.com/~cyberink/lev.html

From Peter Atterton (atterton@rohan.sdsu.edu), this page presents a biography and bibliography, plus links to other Levinas resources.

John Locke
http://daemon.ilt.columbia.edu/academic/digitexts/locke/bio_JL.html< /a>

From the ILTWeb project at http://daemon.ilt.columbia.edu/, this page provides an overview of the life and work of British empiricist John Locke, plus access to an html version of "Of the Conduct of the Understanding", and text versions of Second "Treatise on Civil Government", "A Letter concerning Toleration", "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding", "Concerning Civil Government, Second Essay".

John Locke
http://www.nobunaga.demon.co.uk/htm/locke.htm

This site, from Shino and Ian Jordan (ian@amgmps.com) provides a general overview of Locke's ideas and links to Locke materials online.

John Locke
http://www.ultranet.com/~rsarkiss/LOCKE.HTM

This site provides a short biography, selected quotations and links to online texts. It is maintained by Robert Sarkissian (rsarkissian@smtp.microcom.com).

Los Angeles Lonergan Centre
http://www.concentric.net/~Mmorelli/

The Los Angeles Lonergan Centre makes available in a single location a range of research materials for use by visiting scholars. Its web page, maintained by Mark Morelli (MMorelli@lmumail.lmu.edu), provides access to numerous Lonergan resources, including: Primary Sources - the centre's collection of published philosophical and theological works, Latin works and English translations, economics manuscripts, course outlines, course transcriptions, transcriptions of lectures, tape recordings and much more; Secondary Materials - lists the Centre's holdings including journals, theses and dissertations, books and other reference materials; a link to the Lonergan Philosophical Society, and Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies. An excellent site of great value to Lonergan scholars.

The Lonergan Website
http://www.lonergan.on.ca/index.htm

The Lonergan Web Site aims to facilitate Internet-based collaboration among Lonergan scholars and those interested in the work of Jesuit philosopher and theologian, Bernard Longergan. The site offers a comprehensive range of Lonergan-related resources, including primary texts, commentary and book reviews, as well as links to other Lonergan or related sites. Beautifully designed, the site is administered by Paul Allen and Peter L. Monette (administrator@lonergan.on.ca).

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Niccolo Machiavelli
http://daemon.ilt.columbia.edu/academic/digitexts/machiavelli/bio_machiavell i.html

This page, part of the ILTWeb project at http://daemon.ilt.columbia.edu/, provides a short summary of the life and work of Machiavelli, plus a hypertext version of his famous work, The Prince.

Ernst Mally
http://mally.stanford.edu/mally.html

This page, part of the Metaphysics Research Lab site at http://mally.stanford.edu/index.html maintained by Edward N. Zalta (zalta@mally.stanford.edu), provides an overview of the life and work of Austrian philosopher, Ernst Mally.

Jacques Maritain Centre
http://www.nd.edu/Departments/Maritain/ndjmc.htm

This site provides access to an overview of the work of Maritain, the French Catholic philosopher, plus links to Maritain's works, and various papers, dissertations and books related to Maritain. The Centre can be contacted at Maritain.1@nd.edu.

Karl Marx
http://www.lake.de/home/lake/hydra/marx.html

This page presents links to works by Marx, as well as commentaries and essays. It is maintained by Peter Krapp (marx@hydra.lake.de).

Karl Marx
http://www2.rz.hu- berlin.de/~h0444pjf/Marx.html

From Ken Kubota (h0444pjf@rz.hu-berlin.de), this page presents a range of links to information on the life and work of Marx.

Marx/Engels Archive
http://csf.colorado.edu/psn/marx/

This site, maintained by Ken Campbell (kcampbel@colorado.edu), provides links to electronic texts as well as a photo gallery and biographical information on Marx and Engels.

Alexius Meinong
http://mally.stanford.edu/meinong.html

This page, from the Metaphysics Research Lab site at http://mally.stanford.edu/index.html maintained by Edward N. Zalta (zalta@mally.stanford.edu), presents information on the life and work of the Austrian philosopher, Alexius Meinong.

Maurice Merleau-Ponty
http://Userzweb.lightspeed.net/~tameri/merleau.html

This page presents information on the life and work of existentialist philosopher, Merleau-Ponty, with links to other existentialist philosophers. It is maintained by Christopher Wyatt (tameri@lightspeed.net).

Maurice Merleau-Ponty
http://members.aol.com/KatharenaE/private/Philo/Ponty/ponty.html

This page, part of the Realm of Existentialism maintained by Katharena Eiermann (KatharenaE@aol.com), provides a biography and bibliography, as well as links to related resources.

John Stuart Mill
http://www.cpm.ll.ehime- u.ac.jp/AkamacHomePage/Akamac_E-text_Links/Mill.html

This site gives details of Mill's career and publications, plus links to his autobiography, a bibliography on related works, the texts of On Liberty, The Subjection of Women, Utilitarianism, and others.

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Leonard Nelson
http://www.friesian.com/nelson.htm

Maintained by Kelley Ross (kross@friesian.com), this site provides information on the life and work of Friesian philosopher, Leonard Nelson.

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
http://Userzweb.lightspeed.net/~tameri/nietz.html

This page, maintained by Christopher Wyatt (tameri@lightspeed.net), provides information on the life and work of influential philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.

Nietzsche Page
http://www.usc.edu/dept/annenberg/thomas/nietzsche.html

This page, maintained by Douglas Thomas (douglast@almaak.usc.edu), provides an online reference for contemporary scholarship about the works of Nietzsche, including: bibliography of Nietzsche's writings, in English and German, Nietzsche societies and organisations, selected writings on Nietzsche, and book reviews.

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Rudolph Otto
http://www.netrax.net/~galles/

An excellent resource on the life and work of Rudolph Otto, this page, maintained by Gregory D. Alles (galles@ns1.wmc.car.md.us), providing bibliographical materials, selected works, and more.

Rudolph Otto
http://www.friesian.com/otto.htm

Maintained by Kelley Ross (kross@friesian.com), this site provides information on the work of Friesian philosopher, Rudolph Otto.

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Parmenides
http://home.ican.net/~arandall/Parmenides/

From Allan Randall (arandall@ican.net), this page provides a translation of Parmenides' On Nature, a commentary, and references.

Blaise Pascal
http://members.aol.com/KatharenaE/private/Philo/Pascal/pascal.html< /a>

This page, part of the Realm of Existentialism maintained by Katharena Eiermann (KatharenaE@aol.com), provides a short biography, links to Pascal's text, and links to other Pacal sources on the net.

Blaise Pascal
http://www.ultranet.com/~rsarkiss/PASCAL.HTM

This site provides a short biography, selected quotations and links to online texts. It is maintained by Robert Sarkissian (rsarkissian@smtp.microcom.com).

Jan Patocka
http://www.univie.ac.at/iwm/patocka.htm

Jan Patocka, born in 1907, was a student of Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger. He is, along with Thomas Garrigue Masaryk, one of the most important Czech philosophers of this century. This site, from the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna (iwm@iwm.univie.ac.at), provides information on Patocka publications and the Jan Patocka Junior Visiting Fellowships.

Arisbe: the International Peirce Telecommunity
http://www.door.net/arisbe/

The Peirce Telecommunity Project was established to form a single "place" where everyone in the world who is interested in Peirce or in Peirce-related matters could "go". This site provides access to a number of resources relating to the philosophy of Charles S Peirce, including: biographical information on CS Peirce, abstracts of dissertations on Peirce, access to the Peirce-l mailing list and archives, access to other Peirce materials, and access to the Dewey-l mailing list and archives. The site is maintained by Joseph Ransdell (ransdell@door.net).

Charles S. Peirce Studies on the Internet
http://www.peirce.org/

This site provides access to hypertext editions of Peirce's works, as well as access to other Peirce resources. Enquiries about the site can be directed to webmaster@peirce.org.

Walker Percy Project
http://sunsite.unc.edu/wpercy/

This site provides access to Percy's biography, essays, scholarly resources and bibliographies, new books on Percy, and the Walker Percy Society.

Plato
http://www.2xtreme.net/dstorm/plato/

This beautifully-designed site, from D. Anthony Storm (dstorm@2xtreme.net), is devoted to the writings and writing method of Plato. To that end "A Commentary On Plato's Writings" with links to the works of Plato online has been constructed. Also provided is an introduction to Plato's thought and his method of composition, a bibliography and links to other relevant sites.

Plato
http://www.ultranet.com/~rsarkiss/PLATO.HTM

This site provides a short biography, selected quotations and links to online texts. It is maintained by Robert Sarkissian (rsarkissian@smtp.microcom.com).

Plato and His Dialogues
http://phd.evansville.edu/plato.htm

Maintained by Bernard Suzanne (bfsuzan@ibm.net), this site provides an overview of Plato's life and main philosophical theories, plus links to Plato resources.

Karl Popper Web
http://www.eeng.dcu.ie/~tkpw/

This is an excellent page providing links to Popper resources including the Popper Newsletter, conference announcements, journals, and more. The page is maintained by Ray Scott Percival (100525.373@compuserve.com).

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
http://www.pitzer.edu/~dward/Anarchist_Archives/proudhon/Proudhonarchi ve.html

This site is part of the Anarchist Archives (http://www.pitzer.edu/~dward/Anarchist_Archives/anarchy.html) maintained by Dana Ward (dward@pitzer.edu), and provides a biography, links to collected works, a bibliography, commentaries and graphics of anarchist philosopher, Proudhon.

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Willard van Orman Quine
http://users.aol.com/drquine/wv-quine.html

This is a comprehensive page giving a summary of Quine's work, news announcements, and links to a host of Quine-related resources. It is maintained by Douglas Quine (drquine@aol.com).

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Objectivism and Ayn Rand
http://www.vix.com/pub/objectivism/

This site, currently maintained by Jeff Schachter (Schachter@pfc.mit.edu ), provides links to FAQs, bibliographies, mailing lists and newsgroups, objectivist organisations, electronic texts and news and events.

The Objectivists' Ring
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/6234/index.html

The Objectivists' Ring is a collection of web pages authored by various individuals with a focus on objectivism and the philosophy of Ayn Rand. Over fifty individual sites are linked to the ring which is co-ordinated by Timothy D. Chase (tchase@shadow.sjcsf.edu).

The Reid Project
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/philosophy/reidstu.htm

The Reid Project aims to stimulate, coordinate and support interest in Thomas Reid and the Philosophy of Common Sense, their place within the history of philosophy, and their relevance to contemporary philosophical discussion. The project and website are located at the University of Aberdeen, which houses a repository of virtually all of Reid's surviving manuscripts.

Jean Jacques Rousseau
http://daemon.ilt.columbia.edu/academic/digitexts/rousseau/bio_rousseau.ht ml

This site, from the ILTWeb project at http://daemon.ilt.columbia.edu/, provides a summary of the life and work of Rousseau, a link to a text version of his Confessions, and promises an html version of Emile in the near future.

Bertrand Russell Archives
http://www.mcmaster.ca/russdocs/russell.htm

This site provides information on book catalogues, online catalogues, Russell's writings, Russell editorial project, favourite quotations from Russell's work, and courses on Russell's philosophy. Kenneth Blackwell (blackwk@mcmaster.ca) maintains this site.

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George Santayana Home Page
http://members.aol.com/santayana/index.htm

From TP Davis (santayana@aol.com), this page provides access to a range of resources including a collection of quotations from the works of George Santayana on recurring themes in his philosophy, electronic versions of Santayana's writings and descriptions of works available in print, items of historical interest, and more.

Jean-Paul Sartre
http://members.aol.com/KatharenaE/private/Philo/Sartre/sartre.html

This page, part of the Realm of Existentialism maintained by Katharena Eiermann (KatharenaE@aol.com), is by far the best page on Sartre, with links to essays, commentaries and summaries of Sartre's work, and links to related pages.

Jean-Paul Sartre
http://www.knuten.liu.se/~bjoch509/philosophers/sar.html

This page, part of Bjorn's Guide to Philosophy and maintained by Bjorn Christensson (bjoch509@knuten.liu.se), provides an extensive biography on Sartre, a list of his works, and links to the ThinkNet Sartre mailing list.

Jean-Paul Sartre
http://www.lcl.cmu.edu/CAAE/80254/Sartre/Sartre.html

This page, maintained by Robert Cavalier (rc2z@andrew.cmu.edu) as a resource for his students, and which will be further developed over the next year, attempts to define and spell out the key concepts in existentialist thought.

Arthur Schopenhauer
http://www.ultranet.com/~rsarkiss/SCHOPEN.HTM

This site provides a short biography, selected quotations and links to online texts. It is maintained by Robert Sarkissian (rsarkissian@smtp.microcom.com).

Problems from Wilfred Sellars
http://csmaclab- www.uchicago.edu/philosophyProject/sellars/sellars.html

This site is both a moderated forum for discussion and an archive of works by and on Wilfrid Sellars. It is maintained by Andrew Chrucky (andchrucky@aol.com).

Adam Smith Page
http://www.efr.hw.ac.uk/EDC/edinburghers/adam- smith.html

This page provides a short biography of Adam Smith

Socrates: Philosophy's Martyr
http://www.btinternet.com/~socratic/

This site contains substantial excerpts from "Socrates: Philosophy's Martyr", a brief book for the general reader by Anthony Gottlieb (socratic@btinternet.com).

Spinoza
http://www.dircon.co.uk/meta4/spinoza/

This is a beautifully designed site offering an introduction to the life and work of the Dutch philosopher Benedict de Spinoza. The information is divided into three areas, life, philosophy and work; and is maintained by Ian Martin (ian@meta4.co.uk).

Spinoza's Insights
http://www.erols.com/jyselman/index.htm

From Joseph B. Yesselman (jyselman@erols.com), this site is devoted to the exploration of Spinoza's writings, offering links to electronic texts, a glossary and index of key terms, and links to other Spinoza sites.

Studia Spinoziana
http://frank.mtsu.edu/~rbombard/RB/spinoza.new.html

An excellent page maintained by Ron Bombardi (rbombard@frank.mtsu.edu), providing a logical index to Spinoza's Ethics, a Spinoza chronology, a reading list, and more.

Spinoza Web
http://www.stg.brown.edu/~santiago/SpinozaWeb/

Maintained by Santiago Barona (santiago@stg.brown.edu), this page is an excellent resource for those interested in the life and work of Baruch Spinoza. It provides a biography, links to Spinoza's works, and links to other web-based resources.

Introducing Rudolph Steiner
http://www.io.com/~lefty/SteinerIntro.html

This page, from Lefty@apple.com, presents a short biographical essay on Steiner by Owen Barfield.

Max Stirner Web Page
http://www.math.uio.no/~solan/Stirner/stirner- netscape.html

This page, by Svein Olav Nyberg, provides links to resources relating to the work of egoist, Max Stirner. Svein is currently residing in Edingburgh and his Stirner page can also be accessed at http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~solan/stirner/main.html

Swedenborg-Oz
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~sllandec/

This is a page devoted to the theological teachings of Emmanuel Swedenborg and offering a biography, as well overviews of various areas of Swedenborg's work. Enquiries about the page can be made to sllandec@swedenborg.com.au.

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Henry David Thoreau
http://miso.wwa.com/~jej/1thorea.html

This excellent page from Lorella Thomas (FamousUUs@aol.com), brings together a biography, portrait and graphics, links to Thoreau's works, analysis and commentary, and links to related information.

Alan Turing
http://www.wadham.ox.ac.uk/~ahodges/Turing.html

A comprehensive site featuring an illustrated biography, a chronology of Turing's life, an annotated bibliography, notes on archives of Turing's manuscripts, and links to many resources related to the work of the famous computer scientist, maintained by Andrew Hodges (andrew.hodges@wadh.ox.ac.uk), author of "Alan Turing: the Enigma".

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Giambattista Vico Home Page
http://www.connix.com/~gapinton/

From Giorgio A. Pinton (gapinton@connix.com), this site includes a biography and chronology of the life of Italian philosopher, Vico, plus overviews and bibliographies relating to each of his major works.

Voltaire
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/7308/

This page provides information on the life and work of Voltaire, with links to a variety of sources on the net. It is maintained by F. DeVenuto.

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Simone Weil
http://www.rivertext.com/simone_weil.shtml

This site provides a biographical overview of the life and work of Simone Weil, a contemporary of feminist philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. It is maintained by cafe@rivertext.com.

Otto Weininger on the Internet
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~ksolway/ottow.html

This site provides a reading list and information on the life of Otto Weininger.

Alfred North Whitehead for Dummies
http://www.well.com/user/rcl/wthd.long.html

Its name no doubt inspired by the 'for dummies' series computer books, this site from Richard Lubbock (rcl@well.com), aims to introduce readers to the work of Whitehead and process philosophy. Links to mailing lists and process philosophy resources are also included.

Ludwig Wittgenstein
http://www.seanet.com/~john7/wittgenstein/

This site, from John Siebenbaum (webmaster@seanet.com), provides an overview of Wittgenstein's writings and a forum for the discussion of Wittgenstein-related philosophical problems. It also includes an archive of LW quotations submitted by visitors, a list of graduate schools with a Wittgensteinian focus, and a list of Wittgenstein scholars.

Ludwig Wittgenstein
http://www.nobunaga.demon.co.uk/htm/witt.htm

This site, from Shino and Ian Jordan (ian@amgmps.com) provides links to a range of Wittgenstein information on the net, and will soon include Shino's BA dissertation on Wittgenstein and colour.

Ludwig Wittgenstein
http://www.ultranet.com/~rsarkiss/WITTGEN.HTM

This site provides a short biography, selected quotations and links to online texts. It is maintained by Robert Sarkissian (rsarkissian@smtp.microcom.com).

Ludwig Wittgenstein
http://www.hd.uib.no/wab/

The goal of The Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen is to make the complete writings of Wittgenstein available in the form of electronic facsimile and transcriptions. The archives, housed at the University of Bergen, provide an extensive range of Wittgenstein-related resources in addition to transcriptions of his work. The maintainer of the archives can be contacted at wab@hd.uib.no.

Wittgenstein Archives
http://www.hd.uib.no/wab/

The goal of The Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen is to make the complete writings of Wittgenstein available in the form of electronic facsimile and transcriptions. The archives, housed at the University of Bergen, provide an extensive range of Wittgenstein-related resources in addition to transcriptions of his work. The maintainer of the archives can be contacted at wab@hd.uib.no

Wittgenstein Think Page
http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~biggus/ludwig/

This page, from Jeff Biggus (biggus@colorado.edu) presents excerpts from Wittgenstein's writings.

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Arthur M. Young
http://www.arthuryoung.com

This page is devoted to the thought of Arthur Young, inventor of the Bell Helicopter, cosmologist, philosopher and author of The Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning. Young's work addresses issues in physics, mathematics, consciousness and evolution. The site is maintained by Arthur Bloch (ab@hypersphere.com).

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November 30, 1998

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