Philosophy Links to canonical philosophic texts available for viewing. http://eserver.org/philosophy/
Extractions: Up to the EServer! This collection contains canonical philosophic texts and links to scholarly philosophic organizations. The English Server has other collections in addition, however, in critical theory history , and in eighteenth century studies , which also address philosophical interests and concerns; feel free to examine those as well, if interested. American Philosophical Association Anonymous Manuscript Aristotle o Aristotle: Metaphysics (609k) o Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics (460k) o Aristotle: On Interpretation (56k) o Aristotle: Poetics (81k) o Aristotle: Politics (487k) o Aristotle: Rhetoric (376k) Bacon: The Essays Berkeley: Human Knowledge Computer Ethics Derrida: Of the Humanities and the Philosophical Discipline Des Opinions Des Philosophes ( o 01-Livre Premier o 02-Livre Second o 03-Livre Troisieme o 04-Livre Quatrieme o 05-Livre Cinquieme Descartes: on Method (English) Discours de la methode (2k) Premiere Partie (15k) ... Hume, David o An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding o Essays on Suicide and Immortality (unauthorized 1783 edition) o Review of Hume's History of the Works of the Learned o Review of Hume's Second Enquiry o Review of Hume's Four Dissertations o Review of Hume's Dialogues o Review of Hume's Essays on Suicide (GM) o Review of Hume's Essays on Suicide (MR) o Remarks on...the Natural History of Religion
Extractions: on the World Wide Web Welcome to the poor philosopher's virtual philosophy library. I have intended to include only web-approved texts. If any of these links are to unauthorized or unapproved, please let me know so that I can quickly remove them from these pages. If you know of texts that I can add to these lists, please be so kind as to write me at my email address ( firstname.lastname@example.org All subject areas on this page can also be accessed through the Philosophy Library (which has more graphics and takes a bit longer to load). American Philosophy Asian Philosophy Early Greek Philosophy Late Greek and Roman ... Art and Philosophy
Guide To Philosophy On The Internet (Suber), Etexts A comprehensive collection of online philosophy resources. Wellorganized, easy to navigate, regularly updated. the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. philosophy texts. Philosophy division of http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/gpi/etexts.htm
Extractions: Home ... About Philosophy Etexts Also see the sections on Philosophers and philosophies Topics Journals Bibliographies ... Online papers , and Quotations Access the Great Books . From the Access Foundation and Encyclopedia Britannica. Links to many online "great books", not limited to philosophy. Ancient and Medieval Texts in Philosophy and Theology . From The Labyrinth guide to medieval studies. Akamac E-Text Links . Very thorough on the philosophers it covers. Alex: A Catalog of Electronic Texts on the Internet . Not limited to philosophy. APA List of Electronic Texts The Aphil Library . Philosophical works in the public domain. Book Stacks Unlimited, Philosophy http://digital.library.upenn.edu/books/Books On-Line . Not limited to philosophy, but a good philosophy collection appears near the top of this file. For convenience, jump to its title-search page Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH) . Not a collection of texts, but of thinking and services about texts. The Christian Classics Ethereal Library Classic Texts in Ethics . From Lawrence Hinman. The Classics Archive . Greek and Latin texts in English translation. Searchable. Digital Text Projects . From the Columbia University Institute for Learning Technologies Eclectic Artistry Philosophy Library Electronic Text Center . University of Virginia. Organized by language, not by field. Some philosophy among the literature.
Philosophy Books (book Reviews) Reviews of thirty philosophy books, mostly popular and with a focus on sciencerelated areas. http://dannyreviews.com/s/philosophy.html
Course Texts Texts of Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Leibniz and Pascal. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/users/philosophy/texts/
American Philosophy Texts -- Ziniewicz Scraps. Crosswords. Frankie. WWWLinks. Phil Etexts. The Author. Return to PhilosophyLibrary. American Philosophy Online Texts. General Sites. Native American Thought. http://www.fred.net/tzaka/american.html
Extractions: Online Texts General Sites Democracy and Education (Institute for Learning Technologies) "The Ego as Cause" (Mead Project) Essays in Experimental Logic (Mead Project) "The Evolutionary Method As Applied To Morality: I. Its Scientific Necessity" (Mead Project) "The Evolutionary Method As Applied To Morality: II. Its Significance for Conduct" (Mead Project) "Green's Theory of the Moral Motive" (Mead Project) How We Think (Mead Project) Individual Psychology and Education (The Philosopher) The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy and Other Essays (Mead Project) "Interpretation of Savage Mind"
Guide To Philosophy On The Internet (Suber) A comprehensive collection of online philosophy resources. Wellorganized, easy to navigate, regularly updated. in this guide, plus many more, and only sites in philosophy. Unless you want to browse, then, you searching of a database of online philosophy texts. The future of scholarly http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/philinks.htm
Extractions: Hippias Noesis , and this guide are in the process of merging. As of February 16, 2003, I will no longer update this guide. After eight years online, this is a hard decision but one forced by the press of other work. I plan to leave it online indefinitely and hope that enough links are still alive to make it useful.
Electronic Texts In Philosophy CETH Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities; Chinese Text Archive - manychinese philosophy texts, requires a chinese character enhanced browser. http://www.epistemelinks.com/Main/MainText.asp
Philosophy Texts Online philosophy texts ONLINE. From Tom Stone (email@example.com), this page provideslinks to electronic philosophy texts, arranged alphabetically by author. http://people.brandeis.edu/~teuber/textsonline.html
Extractions: http://www.cpm.ll.ehime- u.ac.jp/AkamacHomePage/Akamac_E-text_Links/Akamac_E- text_Links.html With a focus on texts relevant to the history of economics and social thought, this site provides links arranged in by author in alphabetical order. It is maintained by Akama Michio (firstname.lastname@example.org). Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/stacks/alex- index.html Alex helps users to find and retrieve the full text of documents on the Internet. It currently indexes over 2000 books and shorter texts by author and title, incorporating texts from Project Gutenberg, Wiretap, the On-Line Book Initiative, the Eris system at Virginia Tech, the English Server at Carnegie Mellon University, Project Bartlesby, CCAT, the on-line portion of the Oxford Text Archive, and many others. It is maintained by Eric Morgan (email@example.com). Chinese Classics
Lexicon lexicon of foreign words in philosophy texts. ab initio (L) fromthe beginning acte gratuit (F) free action actio (L) action ab http://www.ai-studio.com/joshwood/lexintro.html
Electronic Philosophy Texts Electronic Texts and Resources. The OnLine Books Page (Over 180 electronic philosophytexts). Confucius. Works by Confucius. Plato. Works by Plato. Aristotle. http://www.fordham.edu/philosophy/links_e-texts.htm
Rhodes: Academics: Library: Subject Guides: Philosophy Oxford Text Archive Perseus Project / Tufts Primary Source philosophy texts onthe World Wide Web / Ziniewicz Project Gutenberg Project Libellus Classics http://www.rhodes.edu/public/2_0-Academics/2_5-Library/2_5_2-SubjectGuides/2_5_2
Extractions: The NLM Gateway allows users to search in multiple retrieval systems at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM). The current Gateway searches MEDLINE/PubMed, OLDMEDLINE, LOCATORplus, MEDLINEplus, ClinicalTrials.gov, DIRLINE, AIDS Meetings, Health Services Research Meetings, Space Life Sciences Meetings, and HSRProj. All Bioethicsline citations for books, book chapters, bills, audiovisual materials and unpublished documents can now be found in the LOCATORplus database. All Bioethicsline citations for journal and newspaper articles, court decisions and laws are now located in PubMed. "This is a bibliography of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and on consciousness in the sciences. It consists of 5196 entries, and is divided into six parts, each of which is further divided by topic and subtopic."
Extractions: ACCESS AND LINKS TO OTHER PHILOSOPHY TEXTS Texts on CD-ROM Ancient Greek Texts: The best resource is the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) , which contains all extant Greek texts from Homer up to 200 AD, plus some texts after that. It includes, of course, all of Aristotle, Plato, the presocratics, etc. The CD must be leased, it cannot be purchased. See the Web site for details, prices, access software, etc. Ancient Latin Texts: The best resource is the Packard Humanities Institute (PHI) CD-ROM, which contains all extant Latin texts up to 600 AD, plus numerous biblical texts. Like the TLG, it must be leased. Contact The Packard Humanities Institute (PHI), 300 Second Street Suite 201, Los Altos, CA 94022 Phone: (415) 948 0150 A CD-ROM of the Patrologia Latina exists, but is priced so high (~$60,000) that it is probably out of reach of most scholars. Those at major research institutions may have access to it, however. Other Collections: Library of the Future . A CD-ROM containing many of the major texts of world literature and philosophy, as well as several other subjects. All are in English. The CD-ROM sells for ~$40. CCEL. A CD-ROM containing many of the major spiritual classics, including many philosophical works, and also the major texts of the early church fathers. Very reasonably priced at $33.50 including shipping (in the U.S.). For further information and table of contents, visit the Wheaton College
Philosophy In Cyberspace From Tom Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org), this page provides links to electronicphilosophy texts, arranged alphabetically by author. English http://www-personal.monash.edu.au/~dey/phil/etext.htm
Extractions: http://www.cpm.ll.ehime-u.ac.jp/AkamacHomePage/Akamac_E-text_Links/Akamac_E-text_Links.html With a focus on texts relevant to the history of economics and social thought, this site provides links arranged in by author in alphabetical order. It is maintained by Akama Michio (email@example.com). Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/stacks/alex-index.html Alex helps users to find and retrieve the full text of documents on the Internet. It currently indexes over 2000 books and shorter texts by author and title, incorporating texts from Project Gutenberg, Wiretap, the On-Line Book Initiative, the Eris system at Virginia Tech, the English Server at Carnegie Mellon University, Project Bartlesby, CCAT, the on-line portion of the Oxford Text Archive, and many others. It is maintained by Eric Morgan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Skills4Study Website mastering philosophy. reading philosophy texts As you may already have discovered,reading philosophy texts is not the same as reading novels or history books. http://www.palgrave.com/skills4study/html/subject_areas/philosophy/philosophy_re
Extractions: As you may already have discovered, reading philosophy texts is not the same as reading novels or history books. You read history to learn about the past, to empathize with the deeds of our forebears. And writings in both genres are of course also generally read for enjoyment. Now all this is true of works of philosophy. They too can be edifying, enjoyable to read, and must be read critically. But there are important differences. How should we assess style? What is truth? All this is not easy and requires patience, careful reading, and step by step analysis. Firstly you will need to read the relevant primary texts, a few secondary texts (how many will depend of course on how much time you have and on what is available), and perhaps one or two articles specifically about the topic. While you will most probably have course notes from your college or teacher, you should make your own summaries of the arguments developed in the primary text you are studying, and also definitions of the key concepts.
ETexts :: Text-related :: Philosophy @ Alternately, users can download the whole collection of American or Englishliterature or philosophy texts and the tools to search the texts. http://www.liv.ac.uk/Philosophy/etexts.html
Extractions: Jump to a topic Home page Department Student Resources General Pages Text-related Discussion Organisations Miscellaneous Specialist Pages Calls for Consultation Sherlock plugin Advanced Search/Hippias/Noesis Contact us Help with this site (FAQs) Home Department Student Resources General pages ... Site Map A large collection is maintained by Jason Abbot , with hypertext markings. Cosma Rohilla Shalizi's highly opinionated, but wide-ranging collection of texts and links, religious and philosophical. Alex Catalog of Electronic Texts Lots of French Texts Bibliography and On-Line Texts : on Person, Self, Personal Identity The Philosophy Text Collection , by Jim Feiser Christian Classics Etherial Library , containing searchable texts of church fathers Le catalogue BN-OPALE PLUS (catalogue des collections patrimoniales - imprim§s) The site describes a version of Plato's Republic suitable for high school and first-time college readers, and offers that version as a shareware download on the honor system. The site also compares other English versions of the Republic, examines problems in the Jowett versions available online, and offers a cleaned-up "Super-Jowett" download with Stephanus page numbers and other formatting features. ^^ top of page Arbeitsgemeinschaft philosophischer Editionen (AGphE) : useful page of Internet resources for editions (Internet Dienste fuer Editionen) and a page listing the editions.