Students are encouraged to use their initiative in using online and offline resources. Is there a broken link? Just delete it! Or, if you want to do something that will really help - why don't you hunt the page down and repair it?
The following links will get you started:
Wikimedia wikis have a number of free resources including:
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Go to the main page, then select your local mirror.
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- ISCID Encyclopedia of Science and Philosophy
- Larry Hauser's Mostly Modern Philosophical Glossary
- Philosophy Archive Philosophy eTexts
- Project Gutenberg This is the original etext project. There are others. You should find copies of all the major works in philosophy there which are not still protected by copyright.
- Online Papers in Philosophy
- University of Adelaide Library's "eBooks@Adelaide" Free Web Books, Online
- Internet Public Library 20,000 titles. Nice.
- Search eBooks.com
- Etext Centre 8.5 million free eBooks. Don't know about notable philosophers though.
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook
- Online Books Opens at Philosophy Section.
- Philosophy of Science Archive A repository for preprints in the philosophy of science: an excellent research resource.
- Digital Text International
- Spark Notes A very useful study guide on various works of a great philosophers
- Guide to Philosophy on the Web
- Amercian Society for Aesthetics
- John Cleese "Why Philosophy is Nothing to Laugh at"
- Philosophical Gourmet Report (The Closest Thing to an Official Ranking of Philosophy Departments Around the World)
- Response to the Gourmet Report (Harvard)
- Philosophy in Cyberspace
- Philosophy Resource Directory
- Philosophy Research Directory
- Philosopher's Web Magazine
- Philosophy Now magazine
- I Love Philosophy Forum Forum for Philosophers