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Tom Bridges (Montclair State U.), Philosophy and Civil Society (topically-organized brief essays "devoted to the philosophical examination of the nature of civil society and civic culture in general. . . . addresses the contemporary crisis of liberal democratic civic culture in the postmoder
Complexity Studies
Bibliography of Measures of Complexity (Bruce Edmonds, Manchester Metropolitan U.)
Complexity Related Links 
Bruce Edmonds (Manchester Metropolitan U.), "What is Complexity? - The Philosophy of Complexity Per Se with Application to Some Examples in Evolution" 
Faith Quest: Navigating Through the Desert of Doubt (resources "that I hope will be of some assistance to my fellow sojourners in their attempt to break out of the maddening silence of God's seeming absence"; includes online philosophical works by Marilyn Adams, Nicholas Rescher, Alvin Plan
Humanism ("Humanism is an approach to life emphasizing ethics, rationality, and intelligent compassion")
Medieval Studies Page
Homepage (Isobel Stark; U. Sheffield)
High Medieval Theologians and Philosophers 
Late Medieval Theologians and Philosophers 
Pagan Philosophers 
Metaphor Home Page (Tony Veale, Trinity College, Dublin)
Metaphysics Research Lab (Stanford U.)
Mind and Body: René Descartes to William James (site on the mind-body problem from the 17th through 19th centuries; originally a 1992 exihibit at the U. S. National Library of Medicine) (Robert H. Wozniak, Bryn Mawr College)
Mudus Philosophicus (Cafe des Philosophes) (Assoc. for Systematic Philosophy MUD and happy hour) (telnet)
National Association of Scholars (NAS)
National Association of Scholars Homepage (the recent pro-canon, anti-pc, anti-"post" professional organization of literary scholars; "the only academic organization dedicated to the restoration of intellectual substance, individual merit, and academic freedom in the university")
The Undergrowth of Philosophy ("containing all that is wacky, preposterous, and just plain silly in contemporary philosophy")
No Dogs or Philosophers Allowed (Ken Knisely's Socratic Philosophy Television) (Web support page for the No Dogs or Philosophers Allowed TV shows)
Objectivity Home Page ("Dedicated to philosophical investigations of objectivity, subjectivity, allocentricity, and egocentricity") (Pete Mandik, Washington U.)
Online Center for the Cognitive Science of Metaphor (Tim Rohrer, U. Oregon)
Philosophy is Everybody's Business: Great Ideas from the Great Books (Center for the Study of the Great Ideas) ("founded by Mortimer J. Adler and Max Weismann, the Center is dedicated to help awaken citizens from their moral and intellectual slumbers and to understand why philosophy is everybody's business")
Philosophy of the Discrete 
The Pre-History of Cognitive Science Web (annotated bibliography and discussion of philosophers of human cognition from the 17th through 19th centuries) (Carl Stahmer, UC Santa Barbara)
Principia Cybernetica Web ("The Project aims to develop a complete philosophy or "world-view", based on the principles of evolutionary cybernetics, and supported by collaborative computer technologies")
Research Sources on Concepts of Person and Self
Homepage (Shaun Gallagher, Canisius C., Buffalo, NY)
On-Line Bibliographies 
On-Line Texts 
Related Associations and Institutions 
Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities (rich, sophisticated introduction to "the various discourses, disciplines, media and institutions that have produced significant critical and theoretical positions and discussions concerning the Nazi Genocide of the Jews of Europe, 1933-45"
Sites philosophiques sur la démarcation des sciences et des pseudo-sciences (in French) (philosophical links relevant to the study of Karl Popper's demarcation problem; contains many general resources in philosophy) (Patrick Peccatte)

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