Anyone can put information on the web, so how can you tell if it's reliable and accurate?
Useful websites that are relevant to Philosophy include:
The American Philosophical Association
The APA supports the professional development of philosophers at all levels and works to foster greater understanding and appreciation of the value of philosophical inquiry.
The Bentham Project (UCL)
This website of the world centre for Bentham studies at University College London
Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names
Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind
Erratic Impact Philosophy Research Base
Ethics Updates (University of San Diego)
Hartlib Papers Project (University of Sheffield)
A complete electronic edition, with full-text transcription and facsimile images, of all 25,000 seventeenth-century manuscripts of the `intelligencer´ and man of science, Samuel Hartlib.
Heidegger Translations online
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Logic Server
Maintained by Vienna University
Philosophers' Imprint is a refereed series of open access original papers in philosophy published by University of Michigan.
The Royal Institute of Philosophy
A good starting point for resources and links to university philosophy departments in the United Kingdom. The Institute, founded in 1925, aims to promote the study and discussion of philosophy and original work through its journals Philosophy and Think and by arranging and sponsoring programmes of lectures and conferences.
The Schopenhauer Archive
The Schopenhauer-Archive at Goethe University, Frankfurt, comprises a part of the literary remains of Arthur Schopenhauer and other important material which benefits research on the life, work and effects of the philosopher.
There is a huge range of information on the Internet, but you need to be vigilant about the quality of what you find. Using subject gateways and sites which are created by subject specialists will ensure that you find information that has been evaluated for its academic quality.