Monday, October 10, 2005


Humbul is another of those facinating resources that the internet has generated for the philosophy scholar. It is basically a catalogue of on-line resources for the humanities, in general, with a section devoted entirely to philosophy. There is, apparently, a considerable amount of searchable material.

1 comment:

Colin Lewins said...

I like Humbul too, though I mainly use its newsfeed for philosophy and receive a weekly email about new web sites added. It's maybe worth mentioning that the descriptions of web sites are more like reviews than catalogue records. The person who wrote the review is always mentioned (and there does seem to be a lot of correspondents). It's a pity that Humbul 'hides' the review by making you search or browse first. I think the site would make a better journal of web site reviews than a catalogue.