Philosophy Resources – Web Directory

I have discontinued my “Web Directory”, but I will include in my blog, the listing of links from some of the more popular sections of that directory.

Some of the philosophy links from the directory:


Consciousness Papers – Compiled by David Chalmers from University of Arizona
Ethics Updates – Founded in 1994 and edited by Lawrence M. Hinman, University of San Diego
Philosophers’ Magazine Online
PhilPapers: Online Research in Philosophy PhilPapers is a directory of online philosophy articles and books by academic philosophers. Includes journals in many areas of philosophy, as well as archives and personal pages. PhilPapers also accepts articles directly from users.
PhilSci Archive -electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science.


Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names
Internet Encycolopedia of Philosophy – James Fieser, Ph.D., and Bradley Dowden, Ph.D.
MacTutor History of Mathematics archive
Philosophy Documentation Center – Established in 1966, the Center has maintained an exclusive focus on the development of innovative reference products, instructional materials, and publishing services for the philosophical community.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – see also: InPho project, a dynamic formal ontology for the discipline of philosophy. The site allows you to browse the taxonomy of Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Wikipedia – Philosophy

These last two were in a category called “texts”, meaning full text of literature, not actually limited to philosophy:

IPL Internet Public Library Online Texts Collection
Project Gutenberg

Welcome to the Photomedia BLOG

The FORUM on this site has been shut down, but my posts to the forum have been migrated/archived to this blog.  These posts are organized under the “Forum Archive” category, further classified by year of the post, and the original category, like “Film” or “Design“.  At the end of each post that was migrated over, there is a statement with the original date of the post, for example:

[Photomedia Forum post by T.Neugebauer from Feb 22, 2012 ]

The forum was initially created by customizing an early version of the open source phpBB software, around 2005. More than 12 years ago, web publishing/content management systems were still relatively new and social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter were just beginning to come into existence.  The motivation for a Forum rather than a blog at that time was the possibility of managing discussion threads.  However, I ended up using the Forum as a blog more than a discussion Forum.  I’m making the transition official now, welcome to the Photomedia BLOG!