The Internet Classics Archive. Hosted by MIT, this is a virtual library of classical philosophy and literature.
Stoicism. Good introductory article.
Marcus Aurelius' Meditations
Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy. Contains works by Epicurus and a number of other Hellenistic and Roman philosophers, plus a few modern commentaries.
Wittgenstein. Good collection of biographical pieces,
quotations and Wittgenstein-related papers.
Nice old fellow who turned the study of ethics on its head.
Camus. Stranger and stranger ...
Postmodern Thought - if that's not a contradiction in terms.
Scholasticism. Contains links to Aquinas and all those other wacky, wacky guys.
Hobbes - LeviathanStrangely enough, after three courses teaching Hobbes, I'm actually starting to enjoy reading him!
Wollestonecraft's "Vindication of the Rights of Woman". First real feminist tract, and a great piece of writing.
Burke Not bad for a Conservative, I suppose.
Mill's "On Liberty"
The Marx and Engels Archive Just about everything they wrote.
Resources on Antonio Gramsci. Just so that you can drop the name into political arguments.
Critiques of Libertarianism Tears the libertarian right to shreds.
Cornelius Castoriadis Comprehensive site on one of the foremost non-Marxist Socialists.
The Noam Chomsky Archive His politics, not his linguistics.
Philosophy. Nice introductory essay by Ron Turner (no
Tantrik Texts. The best place to start for Hindu Tantra. Also contains extensive links for Hinduism, Buddhism, Yoga etc.
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
The Bhagavad Gita. Edwin Arnold's verse translation.
Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library
Tricycle Hub. "Glossy" Buddhist webzine - highly recommended.
Access to Insight. Collection of Theravada Buddhist texts
The Diamond Sutra
The Lotus Sutra
Ibn Arabi Society. A kind of Islamic Neo-Platonist, Ibn al Arabi is dense, but worth reading carefully.
Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi. "Come, come, whoever you are ..."
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.The Fitzgerald translation - not the most accurate or esoteric, but damn fine poetry!
Sufi Websites. Extensive list.
Al-Ghazzali's The Alchemy of Happiness
The I Ching
/ Yi Jing. Legge's translation.
Sun Tzu's The Art of War.
Han Fei Tzu. Makes Macchiavelli look like a soggy liberal.
Lieh Tzu / Lie Zi. Translated by Lionel Giles.
The Taoism Information Page. General information, and a comprehensive selection of Taoist texts, including links to translations of the Tao Te Ching / Dao De Jing.
Chad Hansen's Chinese Philosophy Pages. Some interesting papers on Daoism as philosophy of language and the "Asian values" controversy, plus texts and links.
Vodoun Culture. Excellent site devoted to Haitian Vodoun (Voodoo).
Mambo Racine Sans Bout. Another Voodoo page, with a good basic introduction.
Mary Ann Clark. Essays on Santeria, postmodernism, cyberspace and other subjects, and a good set of links.
These days there are hundreds of homepages of philosophers on the web; this is just a small selection. For a more comprehensive list, see David Chalmers' People with online papers in philosophy.
Chalmers. Some good, and very readable papers, mainly on
philosophy of consciousness, plus some humorous articles.
David Sobel. Some good papers on well-being and rationality.
Patricia Greenspan. Moral philosophy, especially with regard to emotions. Has some good essays aimed at a general audience, as well as more "academic" papers.
J. Wesley Robbins. Interesting work relating philosophy of religion and cognitive science, marred only by a truly horrendous colour-scheme. That's what happens when people write webpages with MS FrontPage!
Marvin Minsky. Cognitive science, artificial intelligence etc..
John Searle. Philosophy of mind (anti-)AI etc..
Delia Graff. Philosophy of language (I like this woman - she writes in LaTeX and has her papers in gzipped PostScript format, though there are PDF versions for the proles as well).
Encyclopaedia of Philosophy
Live Journal Philosophy Community
Lively debate with a mixture of academic and amateur philosophers. Sacred Texts. An encyclopaedic collection of religious, philosophical, scientific and occult texts.
Bene Gesserit sayings from "Museum Arrakeen" Many a true word said in fiction...
Hyperdiscordia. Mind-boggling Discordian site. fnord.
Philosophical Humour. If you get all the jokes on this site, you're a real philosopher.