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the eternal search for absolute truth.
An effort free from emotion to assess the situation
of mankind in the cosmos


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For a parallel to the lesson of atomic theory -.."we must turn to those" ...
kinds of epistemological problems with which already thinkers like
Buddha and Lao-Tzu have been confronted, when trying harmonise
our position as spectators and actors in the great drama of existence

Niels Bohr - Danish Physicist
from -- " Atomic physics and Human knowledge"

Believe nothing ! Belief is a confession of ignorance !
Therefore do not even believe what even I tell you !
All I can do is to teach you to enlighten yourselves.
Your first duty is to abolish your ignorance,
and only you yourselves can do this

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Indian Philosophy
by David J Melling
Sanskrit Manuscripts
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The Pali Canon
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Guide to Buddhist Studies maintained by Prakash Arumugam
Zen Buddhist Texts
by Steven E. Newton
Buddhism, an introduction
maintained by Greg Young , ANU
Schools and Teaching
Manjushri, the Buddhist online community
The Indian Buddhist Schools
Manjushri, the Buddhist online community
Indology & Sanskrit Studies
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Indian Philosophy
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Chinese Philosophy Links
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Chinese Philosophy
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Chinese Philosophy Page
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Ms Elizabeth Wenscott

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maintained by Gene R.Thursby.
Alan Watts
Lectures and Essays
Center of Traditional Taoist Studies
maintained by Mark Ierardo
The great path has no gates,Thousands of roads enter it
when one passes through this gateless gate
He walks freely between heaven and earth"
* ZEN *
Japanese Philosophy
by Fritjof Capra

"If people are good only because they fear punishment,
and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed."

Albert Einstein

The philosophy of J. Krishnamurti
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Dr Abraham Kovoor
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Campus Atheists and Agnostics
University of Nebraska
Great Historical Writings
Center for
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Positive Atheism
maintained by Cliff Walker
Why I am not a Christian
by Bertrand Russell
Religion and Science
by Albert Einstein
The Failure of Christianity
by Emma Goldman
maintained by Cliff Walker
Why I am Not a Hindu
by Professor Ramendra nath
Why I Am An Agnostic
by Clarence Darrow
maintained by
Mark Humphrys
An information site for those in search of Atheists & Atheism in the state of South Carolina
American Humanist Association
Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life
Council for Secular Humanism
The Council for Secular Humanism is committed to free inquiry, reason, and science
Freethought Today
The only freethought newspaper in North America

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If you would be a real seeker after truth,
it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt,
as far as possible, all things. —Descartes
Pre-Socratic Philosophers
Philosophy Department University of Tennessee at Martin
by Richard Hooker
by Garth Kemerling.
The Last Days of Socrates
Online texts of the Apology, Crito, Euthrypho, and Phaedo
Let us Philosophize
Back to Socrates
by D. R. Khashaba
University of St Andrews
Plato and his Dialogues 
maintained by Bernard F. SUZANNE
Resources for further study of the thought of - by Dr. Scott H. Moore
Museum of paleontology, Berkeley
René Descartes
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Studia Spinozina
by ProfessorRon Bombardi at Middle Tennessee State University
created by F. DeVenuto
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Immanuel Kant
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Arthur Schopenhauer
by Kelley L. Ross, Ph.D
The Husserl Page
by Bob Sandmeyer
Friedrich W.Nietzsche
maintained by Bill Curry
Martin Heidegger -information on the German philosopher Martin Heidegger by Pete Ferreira
Sartre Online by Denchu Jose Decino. Jean-Paul Sartre- Pegasos - Literature related resources
Albert Camus by Scott Moore &
Interviews his daughter,Catherine Camus by Spike magazine
Karl Popper Web
by Dr. Ray Scott Percival
Tthe Value of Philosophy
by Bertrand Russell
Philosophical Materialism
by Richard C. Vitzthum
Philosophers Guide
Bjorn Christensson page now maintained by Cherilyn Keall.
Biographies of philosopher
by Peter Landry, Canada
Philosophy in Cyberspace
The guide is compiled by Sandro Reis
Classics Collections Page
University of Florida
The Philosophy of Rationalism by The Radical Academy
Philosophy of Religion.
by Kelley L. Ross, Ph.D
History of Philosophy
by Kelley L. Ross, Ph.D

Collection of canonical philosophic texts
Political Thought
maintained by Richard Kimber.
Polical Theory
maintained by Richard Kimber.
Political Theory - Government, Law and Society -EServer based at the University of Washington.
Karl Marx /Fredrick Engels Archive
writings, speeches and letters.
Philosophy of Language
Open Directory Project
Epistemology -The Epistemology Research Guide by Dr. Keith Korcz
Feminist Theory
Hosted by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech University
Evolutionary Psychology
maintained by Ian Pitchford and Robert M. Young
List of philosophical topics A to Z
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Philosophy of Science
an electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science
History of Mathematicians
University of St Andrews,

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Pathways to Philosophy
Open learning resources and advice for philosophy students
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
by Prof. Peter Suber
Earlham College
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
edited by James Fieser, Ph.D/ Bradley Dowden, Ph.D
Research Institute for the Humanities - Philosophy
The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

The Ultimate Philosophy
by Jon Will
A Map To Utopia

Factasia Philosophy
by Roger B.Jones
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Edited by Edward N. Zalta
Internet Infidels
Historical Writings
maintained by Cliff Walker
Science & Religion
by The Secular Web

The City University of New York
The Philosophers' Web Magazine
editor Dr Jeremy Stangroom
AAPT Philosophy Links
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Depart of Philosophy
Northern Illinois University Department

Forum for Intercultural Philosophy

Philosophy Links
by Dr R. Pankiewic-Promoerium

Philosophy Resources
Austin Cummunity College-Library Service

Cognitive Science Links
maintained by Prof. Max Urchs
Fachgruppe Philosophie, Uni Konstanz

Philosophical E-text Link
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The Telson Spur: Concepts (1) Philosophy maintained by Philip J. Hughes, Canada
Cognitive Science Links
maintained by Wlodzislaw Duch
Philosophy Links
at Samara State University
Philosophy on the Internet
Gazi Üniversitesi Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi, Turkey
Philosophy - collection of canonical philosophic texts EServer based at the University of Washington.
History of Philosophy
by William Turner
by SynthesisNet, Inc.
Philosophy around the Web
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Works by Aristotle
The Internet Classics Archive
Greek Philosophy Archive
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The Wittgenstein Archives
at the University of Bergen
Philosophy by Topic
Paul Henri Thiry, Baron d'Holbach
by Robert Todd Carroll
David Hume -Historical Documents -at Internet Infidels
von D. Köhler
Philosophie im Internet
Universität Konstanz
Ulrich Horstmann
Konturen einer Philosophie der Menschenflucht
von Marco Hirt
Martin Heidegger
von Burghard Heidegger
Immanuel Kant - Information Online an der Philipps Universität Marburg/Lahn
"Truth is a shining goddess, always veiled, always distant,
never wholly approachable, but worthy of
all the devotion of which the human spirit is capable."

From "University Education", Fact and Fiction *

This world is not one, in which certainty is possible
If you think you've achieved certainty, you are almost certainly mistaken, that is one of the few things you could be certain about

* From *Russell Speaking-BBC interwiew with Woodrow Wyatt *

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