Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: a dynamic encyclopedia where each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field; this reference work is responsive to new research, it changes with the addition of new entries and modification of existing entries

Animus: The Canadian Journal of Philosophy And Humanities

D. Anthony Storm's Website on Kierkegaard:  this website is devoted to developing an online commentary on the writings of the nineteenth century existentialist philosopher Søren Aabye Kierkegaard 

Edsitement: The best of Humanities on the web.

Epistemelinks: includes thousands of sorted links to philosophy resources on the internet

Guide to Philosophy on the Internet: maintained by Peter Suber  a professor of Philosophy and chair of the Philosophy Department at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana

History of Philosophy: a non-peer-reviewed electronic journal and archive of philosophy sponsored by the Friesian School

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: articles in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy are currently from three sources (1) adaptations from public domain sources, (2) adaptations of material written by the editor for classroom purposes, and (3) original contributions by   philosophers around the internet

Intute: Humanities provides free access to high quality resources on the Internet. Each resource has been evaluatedand categorized by subject specialists based at UK universities.

Noesis: Noesis is a limited area search engine for open access, academic philosophy on the Internet.

The Paideia Project: presents proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, including 900 papers presented at the Congress

Perseus Digital Library: is an evolving digital library, whose primary goal is to bring a wide range of source materials on philosophy to as large an audience as possible.

Philosophy Around the Web: the main purpose of this site is to act as a guide and a gateway to philosophy resources on the Internet.

Philosopy @ Large: the University of Liverpool's Philosophy Department pages and online resources

Philosophy of Religion

Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Theics and (Quasi-)Human Rights: is a site concerned with the ethical and rights issues that are raised by AI.

Fallacy Files : A weblog by Gary N. Curtis who has doctoral degree in philosophy from Indiana University in Bloomington. Mr. Curtis includes an extensive taxonomy of fallacies.  

Philosophy Timeline : Interactive time line through the ages and philosophers.


Ethics Updates - Ethics Updates (it's back online in semi-functional condition!)  Ethics Updates is designed primarily to be used by ethics instructors and their students. It is intended to provide resources and updates on current literature, both popular and professional, that relates to ethics.
Ethics Resource Center- ERC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization, dedicated to independent research that advances high ethical standards and practices in public and private institutions.  Appears to be primarily focused on business ethics.
Princeton's Ethics Institute-  Ethics Institute includes a list of links to other ethics centers that could be very useful to research.
Institute for Global Ethics Podcasts-  Ethicast Podcasts from the Institute for Global Ethics are commentary articles from Ethics Newsline® and interviews on topical issues seen through the lens of ethics.
Ethics Podcast - Podcasts about ethical topics.