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Philosophy

Resources available for the study of Philosophy

Websites on Philosophical Traditions

African Philosophy Resources http://www.augustana.ab.ca/~janzb/afphilpage.htm
This Web page is a very comprehensive look at African philosophy resources, including Websites, journals, associations, papers, email lists, materials on philosophers, and topics within the field of African philosophy. There is also a listing of sites for African countries, and materials on African religions.

Chinese Literature Classics http://www.chinapage.com/classic1.html
This is a site that contains primary materials relating to Chinese philsophy, including writings of Confucius, I Ching, Mencius on Goverence, Chuang Tze, Lao Tze DaoDeJing, and SunZi's Art of War.

Indian Philosophy and Religion : A Launch-pad to India's Spiritual Treasure / http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1863/index.html
This Web page contains a comprehensive listing of links to primary and secondary resources in Indian philosophy. In addition to traditional schools and religious texts, the site also links to modern schools of thought.

Moksha Journal / Yoga Anand Ashram. http://www.santosha.com/moksha/
This journal was founded in 1984 for the purpose of publishing essays and poetry pertaining to the concept of Moksha, defined by Monier-Williams as "liberation, release." Moksha reflects a multiplicity of perspectives, including works pertaining to Yoga, various schools of Buddhism, Sufism, Eastern and Western philosophy, meditation, and mystical Christianity.

Resources for Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies / University of Tokyo http://www.info.ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/suzuki/IBresources.html
This site has links to Indian philosophy, Japanese Philosophy, and Buddhist sites on the World Wide Web.