Comprehensive listing of books currently published or distributed in the United States.
"The EpistemeLinks project started in early 1997. As of late 2006 the site has nearly 20,000 well-categorized links to philosophy resources on the Internet, plus several other special features. The site averages around 7,000 visitors per day, and is widely used by philosophy professors and students at all levels, as well as those in the broader philosophical community. There is no charge to use the site, nor does it require user registration of any kind." from publisher's web site
Resources compiled by the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
"Noesis's ultimate target is academic scholarship in philosophy that is freely available online. The design task, comprehended regionally, is to determine where in cyberspace one is likely to find it, and search there, hoping to cast a net broadly enough to catch what we are looking for, while minimalizing the prospects of a bad catch, to fish in the richest waters. One sensible strategy to do this is to map those areas of the Internet where professionals in philosophy are overwhelmingly likely to appear, principally, their home bases on the web, the academic departments where they teach, the organizations and conferences they populate, and the online versions of traditional forums through which they publish (e.g., journals, reference works, etc.)" from publisher's website