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Extractions: What's new ? General Info Search the Net About this page... ... Others This page has been designed for the purpose of organizing the resources on Chinese philosophy that can be found in the 'cyberspace'. It is my goal in setting up this page to attract more people, who are interested in searching for the answers of their life, not to limit themselves within the scope of traditional Western philosophies, but to open themselves to some alternatives offered by several schools of Chinese philosophy. But, since there're countless on-line materials on the Internet that're about Chinese philosophy, and some of which I am not aware of, I would greatly appreciate it if any of you can point them out to me. Also, all suggestions and comments are welcomed and greatly appreciated. * NOTE: Links to on-line documents are followed by note in parenthesis indicating the format in which the documents can be viewed, i.e. (English), (GIF), (BIG-5), (HZ8), and so forth. If you want more information on how to read Chinese characters on-line, please check the Chinese-Language-Related Information Page What's New
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Extractions: Chad Hansen's Chinese Philosophy Pages Daoist-oriented interpretations This site contains segments of an extended interpretive theory of Classical Chinese philosophy that takes Daoism (Taoism) as the philosophical center . The interpretive theory turns on a new, more philosophical reading of the Daoist philosopher Zhuangzi (ChuangTzu ). My analysis highlights skeptical and relativist themes in his thinking. The crucial novelty is the assumption that Zhuangzi was a philosopher of language , like his close friend and philosophical interlocutor, Hui Shi , . He was deeply engaged with the linguistic and other insights of the Later Mohists (sometimes called Neo-Mohists or Dialectical Mohists) and the School of Names . His relation to the other famous Daoist, Laozi (Lao Tzu) is rather more indirect but their views are complementary in that both deal wi th dao guide at a higher level than do Confucians or Mohists. The site also contains my related writings about Confucianism
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Torah On The Web Virtual Beit Midrash Collection of weekly email classes in Torah and Judaism, for beginner and advanced levels. Areas include Tanakh (Bible), philosophy, law, and Talmud. There is also an extensive archive of articles on various topics, daily short messages, and holiday journals. Level Most classes are based on active study on the part of students. http://www.vbm-torah.org
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Continental Philosophy Forwarding Page... This page has moved to http//pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~janzb/continental/. You should be sent to the new site momentarily. If not, please click the above link. http://www.augustana.ab.ca/~janzb/continental.htm
Scientific Method And Philosophy Of Science Article comparing reductionism and emergence, in the context of history and evolutionary epistemology. Hosted by the Center for the Study of Complex Systems, at the University of Michigan. http://www.cscs.umich.edu/~crshalizi/notebooks/scientific-method.html
Extractions: Notebooks 29 Sep 2001 23:26 reductionism emergence squabble falls under this discipline, too. But (so far as an outsider can judge), method is where most of the debate is these days. Of course, most scientists proceed in serene indifference to debates in methodology, and indeed all other aspects of the philosophy of science. What Medawar wrote thirty years ago and more is still true today: If the purpose of scientific methodology is to prescribe or expound a system of enquiry or even a code of practice for scientific behavior, then scientists seem to be able to get on very well without it. Most scientists receive no tuition in scientific method, but those who have been instructed perform no better as scientists than those who have not. Of what other branch of learning can it be said that it gives its proficients no advantage; that it need not be taught or, if taught, need not be learned? (Actually, has do statisticians Some or all of this may or may not have close connections to history of science , the social and cultural relations of science , and evolutionary epistemology . I would contend that there are certainly close ties to the sociology of science and machine learning, statistical inference and induction
WereNet A Therianthrope communication center with IRC, message board and online journal resources for Weres. It also contains some Therianthrope philosophy. http://www.Were.net/
Extractions: For our Spanish-speaking users, WereNet has been translated into Spanish. Click here to visit! The "Philosophy" section has not been completely translated yet, as this is an extensive process, but the rest of the site is available! All translations courtesy of Wanderer! Thank you for your contribution!! Posted by kodekitten on July 07, 2003 at 01:41 PM Serving the Spanish Speaking Community Just an update to let you know that we've been listening to your requests and have started a project to translate all our resources into Spanish. This is a very interesting request, and we are more than happy to oblige, as there is a shortage of therianthropy information in other languages. We hope to have this project completed soon! Update: Our project is finished! Read the news on it above! Posted by kodekitten on June 19, 2003 at 09:04 AM WereNet... Back for Summer 2003 Welcome to The New WereNet. We've been planning a few large changes for the past couple months, and have finally gotten around to implementing them. For the next week or two, we'll be finalizing the redesign of our site, and the services we will offer. WereNet members can look forward to expanded web-based services, such as Webmail, and the return of free WereNet websites. WereNet is pleased to announce and make official, WereJournal officially becoming part of WereNet. Fore Hoof has been a long time (and ambitious) member of WereNet, and WereNet is pleased to have him on board as staff. In addition we welcome Razza Wolf to our staff. His artistic contributions will help give WereNet a new face online.
The Window - Philosophy On The Web The Window an online resource for information on philosophy, philosophers, and content on the WWW. The Philosophical Clearing House Index. http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/phil/philo/
Extractions: New! The ancient Islamic Thinkers page. Explore the ideas that continue to influence western thought. Extra Islamic Resources on the web. Added new Reasearch resources page to Other Sites area. Over 20 searchable indexes, research jumping off points, dictionaries and encyclopedias listed. Updated the Books Page . Links to over 100,000 online texts! See the new offerings on the Philosophers Page Just added: A slew of mathematicians: Pierre de Fermat, Hypatia, Charles Babbage, Lady Lovelace, Von Neumann. Some linguists: Santayana, Derrida. Not to mention: Karl Popper, Heraclitus, Jacques Maritain, Martin Buber, Rudolf Carnap, Emile Durkheim, Lao Tzu and Strawson. Frank and I hope you enjoy the trip, and possibly learn something along the way. In either event(or both), drop us a line.
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Film And Philosophy Film and philosophy. Film and philosophy is published annually by philosophy, Kendall D Andrade KDANDRADE@shawnee.edu. Film and philosophy. http://www.hanover.edu/philos/film/home.htm
Extractions: Film and Philosophy Film and Philosophy is published annually by the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts [SPSCVA]. The Society's newsletter, which contains film and book reviews, schedulesof the Society's activities, and other news of interest to students of film and philosophy, is published quarterly. All issues to date of thejournal and the newsletter are available at this website in either WordPerfect 5.1 or html format. For information about the Society or its publications,contact the editor of Film and Philosophy, Kendall D'Andrade [KDANDRADE@shawnee.edu] Film and Philosophy Newsletter of the SPSCVA This website is maintained by John Ahrens [email@example.com] .Please feel free to visit his homepage for more interesting links. The page has been accessed since August 24, 1996. Usage of this page is monitored by
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited Official site of the English make now owned by BMW. philosophy having led to the Phantom model, Goodwood factory, latest news. http://www.rolls-roycemotorcars.com
PhilSci Archive - Welcome to PhilSci Archive, an electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science. It is offered as a free service to http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/
Extractions: About Browse Search Register ... Help Welcome to PhilSci Archive, an electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science. It is offered as a free service to the philosophy of science community. The goal of the Archive is to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of new work. Authors who wish to post papers to the Archive should first consult the Archive Policy The PhilSci Archive has been upgraded! Most functions are the same, but we have added some new features . Please e-mail us if you have questions or problems. To submit comments or suggestions please see the Administration and Support page Organizing a Conference? Search the Titles, Abstracts and Keywords
Error - Page Not Found A forum dedicated to the exploration of the interaction between philosophy and parapsychology. Discussion of historical, practical, and theoretical sides to anomolous research especially as it relates to consciousness theories. http://pub61.ezboard.com/bastralsrealms
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Jobs In Philosophy Translate this page JOBS IN philosophy. Job advertisements in philosophy world-wide, postings in any language. Ordered by date of posting, more recent postings first. Three pages http://www.sozialwiss.uni-hamburg.de/phil/ag/jobs/
Extractions: [Your browser does not support frames.] English Deutsch Job advertisements in philosophy world-wide, postings in any language. Ordered by date of posting, more recent postings first. Three pages: Europe America Asia/Africa/Australasia The idea of these pages is to spread information about philosophy jobs as widely as possible. You could contribute to this in two ways: Thank you for your help! It is your contribution that makes this service work. We can make no guarantee of the accuracy of the information given here. It is recommended that you get in touch with the relevant institution before applying.
Teaching Philosophy This journal is a peerreviewed forum for the exchange of ideas and information regarding both the practical and the theoretical aspects of teaching and learning philosophy. http://www.pdcnet.org/teachph.html
Extractions: Search: Michael Goldman , Editor Teaching Philosophy provides a peer-reviewed forum for the professional discussion of both the practical and the theoretical aspects of teaching and learning philosophy. Since 1975 Teaching Philosophy has provided crucial support for the efforts of philosophy teachers to communicate with students and nonacademic audiences. This quarterly journal contains articles, discussions, reports, case studies, and reviews in the following areas: Theoretical issues in the teaching of philosophy, including the exploration of the relation between philosophy and the teaching of philosophy, and the examination of pedagogical problems confronting teachers of philosophy; Innovative methods, classroom strategems, and the use of new materials; Teaching experimental and interdisciplinary courses with philosophical content, and such courses that develop the philosophical aspects of other fields; Evaluation of teaching and assessment of learning in philosophy, as well as philosophy faculty development and student counseling;
Greek Philosophy Archive a stylus Welcome to the Greek philosophy Archive. That we university campus. Links to other Classics and philosophy sites. This site http://graduate.gradsch.uga.edu/archive/Greek.html