Links
     
Philosophy-related:    
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy   http://plato.stanford.edu/
     
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy   http://www.iep.utm.edu/
     
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews   http://ndpr.nd.edu/
     
Other Web Sites:    
I happen to be married to an artist, who is responsible for the stunning images found on this web site.   http://www.melaniedorson.com/
   (literally thousands of amazing images, a new one every day)   http://melanieplusjune.wordpress.com/
     
A blog for ethicists.   http://peasoup.typepad.com/
     
A blog on the philosophy of psychology and occasionally on Chinese thought
(where I took a turn as guest-host).
  http://schwitzsplinters.blogspot.com/
     
A blog on Chinese philosophy.   http://warpweftandway.com/
     
A high quality group blog for scholars of all stripes.   http://www.scholardarity.com/
     
I’m not an authority on Buddhism, but I play one on the radio.
(Click on “A Brief History of Buddhism.”)
  http://xpress.sfsu.edu/specials/2007f/BUDDHISM/soundslides01/
     
On-line Chinese texts:    
For those interested in the Chinese classics, there are many on-line texts to choose from. The following are four sites on which I have become particularly reliant.    
     
A searchable database that includes most of the canonical works of philosophy, literature, and poetry.   http://210.69.170.100/s25/
     
A collection of philosophical texts found in the 中華文化網. It has great coverage of the classical Confucians and neo-Confucians, but less coverage of the Daoists and Buddhists.   http://www.chinapage.com/big5/big5.html
     
To my knowledge the best coverage of the rich (but somewhat neglected) post-Qin period is found at the Hong Kong Society of Humanistic Philosophy. The Society’s web page also includes a number of Buddhist works and several classical Chinese versions of influential Indian sutras and philosophers. Taken together, this makes it a neo-Confucian scholar’s dream site. Alas, few of these e-texts cite editions and none give page numbers.   Chinese: http://www.hkshp.org/
English: http://www.hkshp.org/e-index.html
     
Steve Angle's Chinese Philosophical E-text Archive. This includes Dai Zhen’s 孟子字義疏證.   http://sangle.web.wesleyan.edu/etext/index.html
     
Donald Sturgeon's collection of mostly pre-Qin texts. This one is very well designed and user friendly. Texts come with English and modern Chinese translations as well as an integrated dictionary.   http://chinese.dsturgeon.net/index.html
     
Chris Fraser maintains a longer list of e-texts here.