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http://www.philosophicalgourmet.com/

Ranking of graduate programs at English-speaking institutions based primarily on the quality of faculty, by Brian Leiter of the University of Texas at Austin.

http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/

Department of Philosophy - Offers programs in Dutch and English.

http://www.tbecker.net/

Composer, Thomas Becker's ideas about beauty and quality in music.

http://theasif.info/

Exploring virtual reality and the philosophy of art, with methodology, biography, and essays on virtuality.

http://aesthetics-online.org/

The official web site of the American Society for Aesthetics, this site is for anyone interested in philosophy of art, art theory or art criticism.

http://www.british-aesthetics.org/

Contact details, events, calls for papers, and news and research bulletins. Pictures and resources for the annual conference.

http://www.csa-sce.ca/

The official web site for the home of AE, the Canadian Aesthetics Journal, and playground for all those interested in philosophy of art, art theory or art criticism.

http://www.science-of-aesthetics.org/

Society for empirical studies of aesthetics and of the arts, literature, and music.

http://sycamorereview.com/

Nonprofit journal for the arts published twice annually by graduate students at the Department of English, Purdue University.

http://www.sorites.org/

Electronic journal of philosophy devoted to the analytical tradition, broadly construed. Includes online issues, information for submitters.

http://www.shinyredball.com/

An open forum for theory exchange.

http://www.ilovephilosophy.com/

Discussion forums on philosophy, social sciences, natural sciences, and religion as well as an outlet for member-written essays.

http://www.guerrillaradioshow.com/

Philosophy talk show. KCSB 91.9 FM

http://www.thecouchforum.com/

A small forum for the discussion of philosophy and the arts. Home of the armchair philosopher.

http://www.karljay.com/

Discussion on religious topics including Judaism, Buddism, Christianity, even atheism.

http://www.galilean-library.org/

Discussion forum covering philosophy, history, media, literature, science and religion.

http://www.captaincynic.com/

This forum divides its discussion into two dozen philosophic topics. These topics are not the traditional philosophic categories, but address specific questions and issues.

http://onlinephilosophyclub.com/

Open discussion forums arranged by major categories of philosophy.

http://www.sem-phen.org/

The Seminar on Phenomenology and Hermeneutics investigates central texts in phenomenology and hermeneutics.

http://www.spep.org/

Professional organization supporting philosophy inspired by continental European traditions. Call for papers, events calendar, and organization information.

http://www.tameri.com/

Existentialist resources with notes and commentary on individual thinkers.

http://www.luthersem.edu/

Drawing on the Gadamer's "Truth and Method," Jeffrey F. Bullock, explores a way of developing a homily "that is a process of ongoing conversation rather than a method of retrieval and/or representation of biblical texts."

http://www.nihilists.net/

Poking fun at just about everything, this site showcases some unusual media work, and offers a sardonic world view.

http://www.counterorder.com/

History, news, people, and links.

http://www.anus.com/

Organization for study of nihilism.

http://www.ipjp.org/

Indo Pacific Journal of Phenomenology

http://www.epistemelinks.com/

Comprehensive index of philosophy-related links.

http://www.reasoned.org/

Links in areas including aesthetics, determinism, epistemology, existentialism, objectivism, pantheism.

http://www.shanghai.ws/

Articles and online resources on confucius and the history of Confucianism.

http://www.psychology4all.com/

Dr. V. George Mathew, Professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Kerala, presents the main concepts of Indian psychology in historical perspective and comparative light.