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Citations
The required elements are numbered as follows:
Virtual Library--8
Specialized Database--9
Electronic Journal--7


1. Purcell, Jack. "Philosophy & Theory: Jacques Derrida Links." General Philosophy Sites.
N/A.
http://frank.mtsu.edu/~jpurcell/Philosophy/derrida.html
May 28, 2002.
Rating: 4
Jack Purcell offers several articles concerning Jacques Derrida. The website comes from Middle Tennessee State University and is part of Purcell's curriculum. I have no idea how current this is since he didn't put any dates.

2. Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. "Merriam-Webster OnLine: The Language Center." Merriam Webster OnLine.
2002.
http://www.m-w.com
May 28, 2002.
Rating: 5
The Merriam Webster Online Dictionary is one of my favorite sites. Included are the M-W Collegiate Dictionary, The M-W Thesaurus, and the M-W Unabriged Dictionary On:Line.

3. Wyrick, Deborah. "Jacques Derrida, 'Structure, Sign, and Play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences.'" derr.
August 14, 2000.
http://social.chass.ncsu.edu/wyrick/debclass/derr.htm
May 28, 2002.
Rating:4
Deborah Wyrick offers a few articles as part of her Literature curriculum at North Carolina State. The material is a bit dated, and a little limited.

4.Rosenkranz, Ze'ev. "Albert Einstein Archives." Albert Einstein Archives.
March 17, 2001.
http://jnul.huji.ac.il/einstein/
May 28, 2002.
Rating: 5
Rosenkranz offers the entire Einstein paper archive online. Since this is part of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the credibility of the site is excellent.

5. Einstein, Albert. "Relativity: The Special and General Theory." Einstein, Albert. 1920. Relativity: The Special and General Theory.
2000
http://www.bartleby.com/173/
May 28, 2002.
Rating: 5
Project Bartleby is one of the best sites on the Net. The ease of location plus the extensive catalog of material makes it a must visit for students.

6. Lao Zi (translated by C. Muller). "Tao Te Ching." Daoism Depot.
N/A.
http://www.edepot.com/taoism.html
May 28, 2002.
Rating: 4
Since there are many translations of the Tao, one cannot really say which is better. However this site is good for finding many of them. The reason for the 4 rating is simply layout oriented.

7. Electronic Journal: Secter, Mondo. "The Yin-Yang System of Ancient China: The Yijing-Book of Changes As a Pragmatic Metaphor for Change Theory." Paideusis - Journal for Interdisciplinary and Cross Cultural Studies Volume 1.
1998.
http://www.paideusis.matco.ro/n1ms.html
May 28, 2002.
Rating: 4
Electronic Journals tend to be the same as print Journals--dry. However, Secter presents an interesting article and I did find it useful.

8. Virtual Library:Yi-Jie, Tang. "Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity and Chinese Culture." http://www.cvrp.org/book/Series/III-03.htm
May 24, 2002
http://www.crvp.org/book/Series03/III-03.htm
May 29, 2002
Rating: 4
I did a search in the IPL and found this little nugget. Since the Internet Public Library is organized like a brick and mortar library, I had no trouble finding the information I needed.

9. Specialized Database: Sumhedo, Ajahn. "The Four Noble Truths." BuddhaNet E-books: General Buddhism.
2002
http://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/4nobltru.pdf
May 29, 2002.
Rating: 5
If you're into Buddhism, Buddhanet is the place to go. There are many books online (most in .pdf) and the resources linked are pretty good too. Since this site is for Buddhists by Buddhists, I would consider it a good source.

10. Wei, Wei Wu. "Wei Wu Wei: The 'Tenth Man' Story." Wei Wu Wei.
1994.
http://www.sentient.org/weiwuwei.htm
May 29, 2002.
Rating: 3
This site is a little scattered. Wei Wu Wei (an Irish Buddhist) is a wonderful writer, but finding his stuff can be a bit hard. The site deals with a wide variety of Eastern thought, but like I said, it's a bit scattered.


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