Philosophy undergraduate student opportunities
Masters Program in Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. An M.A. program designed especially for students who wish to strengthen their preparation for a Ph.D. in Philosophy.
Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest
Undergraduate Ethics Symposium: April 8 - 10, 2010, DePauw University. Deadline for submissions: February 1, 2010
Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal is now accepting paper submissions for this year's upcoming issue. Deadline: December 18, 2009
New Master's Degree in Philosophy at Brandeis University
Brandeis University (Waltham, MA) recently announced a new program offering an M.A. in Philosophy.
[NOTE: please be advised that Brandeis, like many other institutions, is facing a severe financial crisis; anyone interested in learning more about the program should be sure to inquire about its current and future status.]
Libraries Philosophy Resources A wealth of philosophy resources for research
Philosophy Resources, from Galaxy.
On-Line, covering the arts, art criticism and theory, and philosophy
Association, The Web Site of the main professional society in philosophy.
Discussion Pages, for bioethical discussions by everyone about issues
in medical care that affect everyone.
Center For Engineering & Science, virtual center for engineering
ethics, research ethics and science ethics. From MIT.
The WWW Philosophy Virtual Library, hosted by the Department of Philosophy
and the Institute for Learning and Research Technology at the University
Moral and Political Philosophy, Brown University Electronic Article Review Service (BEARS).
Religion & Philosophy Resources on the Internet, from Mugar Memorial
Library, Boston University.
The Bentham Project, on the philosophy of Jeremy Bentham.
Digital Text Projects, from the Institute for Learning Technologies,
Columbia University. Includes Digital Classics (classic works of philosophy
and literature) and original multimedia translations of classic and contemporary
texts as well as hyperlink annotations to a variety of collateral text and
multimedia resources, both classic and contemporary, that can help contextualize
and orient the material for study.
Philosophers' Magazine Online, including philosophical articles and inverviews
with philosophers, a searchable philosophical events database, a discussion
board, and philosophy links.
Episteme Links: Philosophy Resources on the Internet, with thousands
of links to philosophy resources on the internet.
Essays in Philosophy, a new online journal that just published its first
issue in January, 2000.
The Argument Clinic, a very interesting site at the University of Northern
Colorado: you submit an argument; the "argument doctor" there examines it
and comments on its validity and soundness.