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  1. Herder: Philosophical Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy) by Johann Gottfried von Herder, 2002-09-16
  2. A Realist Philosophy of Mathematics (Texts in Philosophy) by G Oliveri, 2007-03-05
  3. The Shaolin Grandmasters' Text: History, Philosophy, And Gung Fu of Shaolin Ch'an by Ch'an Shaolin, 2006-07-30
  4. Hegel: Elements of the Philosophy of Right (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Georg Wilhelm Fredrich Hegel, 1991-10-25
  5. Textual Reasonings: Jewish Philosophy and Text Study at the End of the Twentieth Century (Radical Traditions)
  6. Foundations of Environmental Philosophy: A Text with Readings by Frederik Kaufman, 2002-09-27
  7. The Hunting of Leviathan: Seventeenth-Century Reactions to the Materialism and Moral Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes (Key Texts) by Samuel I. Mintz, 1997-02
  8. Thomas Aquinas: Disputed Questions on the Virtues (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy) by Thomas Aquinas, 2005-07-11
  9. Malebranche: The Search after Truth: With Elucidations of The Search after Truth (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy) by Nicolas Malebranche, 1997-05-28
  10. Philosophy: A Text with Readings (with InfoTrac®) by Manuel Velasquez, 2004-07-19
  11. The Postmodernism Reader: Foundational Texts in Philosophy, Politics and Sociology by Michael Drolet, 2003-12-17
  12. Augustine: On the Trinity Books 8-15 (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy) by Augustine, 2002-07-29
  13. Between Hegel and Kierkegaard: Hans L. Martensen's Philosophy of Religion (American Academy of Religion Texts and Translations Series) by Hans L. Martenson, 1997-01-02
  14. The Resistance of Reference: Linguistics, Philosophy, and the Literary Text by Ora Avni, 1990-10-01

81. I Love Philosophy :: View Topic - Philosophical Texts Archive
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82. The Value Of Knowledge: A Miniature Library collection of texts from the history of philosophy tracing the development of ideas on the relation between consciousness and matter; includes 120 philosophers over the course of 400 years.
The Value of Knowledge:
A Miniature Library of Philosophy

Classical Epistemology

Preface to Critique of Political Economy

83. Swami Krishnananda - The Divine Life Society
Online books on yoga and meditation, philosophy, metaphysics, mysticism, Hindu scriptural texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads and Vedanta.

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84. Speech And Writing According To Hegel
An exploration of Hegel's semiology from a deconstructionist perspective. Citations of Hegel are linked to online texts.
Jacques Derrida 1971
Speech and writing according to Hegel
Source G W F Hegel, Critical Assessments , edited by Robert Stern, Routledge 1993
Introduction to Hegel's semiology
Since real difference belongs to the extremes, this mean ( Mitte ) is but an abstract neutrality, their real possibility, the as it were theoretical element of the existence, process, and results of chemical objects. In the corporeal element water has this function of being medium; in the spiritual element, in so far as there is an analogon of such a relationship in it, we must seek this function on the side of signs in general, and more precisely ( ) in language. [ Science of Logic In the Encyclopaedia (§ 458) Hegel regrets that in general 'signs and language are introduced as an appendix in psychology, or even in logic, without any reflection on their necessity and their enchainment in the system of the activity of the understanding'. For the moment let us see here the indication or the incitation to recognise that the essential place of semiology is at the centre, not on the margin or as an appendix to Logic. In determining Being as presence (presence of the present being [ ] in the form of an object, or self-presence of the present being in the form of self-consciousness), metaphysics could only consider the

85. Schelling
Section on Schelling from Alfred Weber's 1908 History of philosophy. Brief biography, followed by a detailed examination of his relation to other thinkers in the Idealist tradition. - History/Schelling.htm
History of Philosophy
Alfred Weber Table of Contents § 65. Schelling had made him acquainted. The following works belong to his Spinozistic and Neo-Platonic phase, which he calls his "negative philosophy": Ideen zu einer Philosophic der Natur Von der Weltseele System des transcendentalen Idealismus Philosophic und Religion Ueber die Gottheiten von Samothrake (1816); V published by his son. 1. The non-ego, Fichte had said, is the unconscious product of the ego, or, what amounts to the same thing, the product of the unconscious ego. But, Schelling objects, the unconscious ego is not really the ego; what is unconscious is not yet ego or subject, but both subject and object, or rather, neither one nor the other. Since the ego does not exist without the non-ego, we cannot say that it, produces the non-ego, without adding, conversely: the non-ego produces the ego. There is no object without a subject, - as Berkeley had previously declared, - and in this sense Fichte truly says that the subject makes the object; but neither can there be a subject without an object. Hence the existence of the objective world is as much the condition sine qua non of the existence of the ego, as conversely. Fichte, who implicitly recognized this in his profession of pantheistic faith, regards the distinction between the empirical ego and the absolute ego as fundamental to his thought. But what right has he to speak of an absolute ego, when it is certain that the ego, or the subject, is

86. Title Details - Cambridge University Press
Great, who introduced the Latin west to the challenging moral philosophy and natural propertyand political power of John Wyclif, the seventeen texts in this

87. Berkeley
Text of this section from Alfred Weber's 1908 opus. - History/berkeley.htm
History of Philosophy
Alfred Weber Table of Contents Berkeley the idea of corporeal substance or matter is as remote from our conceptions and apprehensions as that of spiritual substance or spirit! Hence, all that was needed to arrive at the negation of matter or absolute spiritualism was to efface the distinction which he had drawn between primary and secondary qualities, and to call all sensible qualities, without exception, secondary. This is done by GEORGE BERKELEY, who thus enters upon a course against which Locke had advised in vain. Berkeley was born in Ireland, 1685, of English ancestors, became Bishop of Cloyne, 1734, and died at Oxford, 1753. The following are his most important works: Essay towards a New Theory of Vision, Treatise on the Principles of Human Knowledge, Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous, Alciphron, or the Minute Philosopher Locke recognizes, with Descartes and Hobbes, that color is nothing apart from the sensation of the person seeing it, that sound exists only for the hearing, that taste and smell are mere sensations, and do not inhere in the things themselves. But in addition to such secondary qualities, which do not inhere in the objects but in the perceiving subject, he assumes primary qualities existing without the mind and belonging to an unthinking substance: extension, figure, and motion. And that is where he is wrong. Just as color, smell, and taste exist only for the person perceiving them, so extension, form, and motion exist only in a mind that perceives them. Take away the perceiving subject, and you take away the sensible world. Existence consists in perceiving or being perceived. That which is not perceived and does not perceive does not exist. The

88. Project Unicorn @ MuseWeb
Collection of online texts about philosophy and psychology, especially of mythology and religion.

89. Indian Philosophy
An extensive collection of texts by over 45 Gaudiya Vaisnava authors. (English and Russian)
Íîâîñòè " Indica "
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90. Intercultural Philosophy - Philosophical Texts Published By IFK
Our aim is to provide the interested reader, especially students of philosophy,with texts which are of general importance for intercultural philosophy or
Texts and research In this section of IFK's website we want to publish texts about intercultural philosophy in general, and about African philosophy in particular. Our aim is to provide the interested reader, especially students of philosophy, with texts which are of general importance for intercultural philosophy or which have been written or edited in connection with IFK. Another special focus is the interactive relation between intercultural philosophy and art. Texts in written in Dutch and German , have their own sections at this site. Text 1
Sensus communis
in Multi- and Intercultural Perspective
On the Possibility of Common Judgments in Arts and Politics
have already been published in the above mentioned book. Sensus communis
Clarification of a Kantian Concept on the Way to an Intercultural Dialogue

Between Western and Indian Thought
Antoon Van den Braembussche, Rotterdam Sensus communis and Modernity as a Common Horizon
A Contribution to the Theory of Intercultural Communication
Gerrit Steunebrink, Nijmegen

91. Redirect
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92. Intercultural Philosophy - Philosophical Texts Published By IFK
Philosophical texts by Heinz Kimmerle and other interculturalphilosophers, an index of our publishing work on the web.

93. Cartesian School
From Alfred Weber's 1908 work. - History/Cartesian School.htm
History of Philosophy
Alfred Weber Table of Contents § 54. The Cartesian School
The philosophy of Descartes clearly and accurately expressed the ideals of its age: the downfall of traditional authorities in matters of knowledge, and the autonomy of reason. It met with immense success. Though accused of neologism and atheism by the Jesuits of France and the severe Calvinists of Holland, though attacked in the name of empiricism by Thomas Hobbes and Pierre Gassendi, and in the name of scepticism by Huet, Bishop of Avranches, and Pierre Bayle, it gathered around its standard men like Clerselier, De La Forge, Sylvain Regis, Clauberg, Arnauld, Nicole, Malebranche, Geulincx, Balthazar Bekker, and Spinoza. Even the leaders of militant Catholicism, Bossuet and Fenelon, felt its irresistible influence. Two great problems dominate the speculations of the new school. What is the relation between soul and body, mind and matter? That is the ontological question, with which the question regarding the origin of ideas and the certainty of knowledge, or the critical problem, is closely allied. What is the relation between the soul and God, - between human liberty, on the one hand, and divine omnipotence, on the other? That is the moral question, which is closely connected with the preceding. influxus physicus is exercised by the body upon the soul, or

94. David Hume An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (Oxford
Oxford Philosophical texts) (possibly beyond the scope of this glossary) includeKnowledge, Theory of, Early works to 1800, philosophy, Epistemology

95. Arnauld Index
George MacDonald Ross's translation of a section on Method from the Port Royal Logic, anonymously authored by Antoine Arnauld and Pierre Nicole. With prefatory material.
ARNAULD TEXTS INDEX Introduction to the Port Royal Logic
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96. Belk Library - Religion & Philosophy Resources
The Internet Encyclopedia of philosophy collection of texts in variousareas; The Ism Book - a brief guide to philosophy, definitions;
General Directories
Christianity Judaism Eastern / Islamic ... Philosophy General Directories Christianity

An icy sled skidding down a narrow St. Petersburg street. An excellent Dostoevsky resource, including texts, literary criticism, philosophy, biography, and discussion.
OK... no matter how much the above statement sounds like him,
and no matter how many times it has been attributed to him,
it is beginning to look like it wasn't Dostoevsky who wrote this.
We're going to keep it here for now (cause we like it) but if some wise soul out there
knows from where this quote truly originates, please don't keep us all in suspense! .F. Dostoevski Dostojewsky Fyodor Mikhailovits' Dosrtoyevsrki Th. Dostogephskee Teodor Dostojewski Deastavaskei Poor Folk [Poor People] (1846) The Double (1846) Mr. Prokharchin (1846) A Novel in Nine Letters (1847) The Landlady (1847) The Stranger-Woman (1848) A Weak Heart [A Faint Heart] (1848) Polzunkov (1848) An Honest Thief (1848) A Jealous Husband (1848) A Christmas Tree and a Wedding (1848) White Nights [Bright Nights] (1848) Netochka Nezvanova (1849) A Little Hero (1849) Uncle’s Dream (1859) The Village of Stepanchikovo and Its Inhabitants [The Friend of the Family] (1859) The House of the Dead (1860-1862) The Insulted and the Injured [The Humiliated and Wronged] (1861) An Unpleasant Predicament (1861) A Silly Story (1861) A Nasty Tale (1862) Winter Notes on Summer Impressions (1863) Notes From Underground [Letters from the Underworld] (1864) An Unusual Happening (1865) Crime and Punishment (1866) The Gambler (1866) The Idiot (1868) The Eternal Husband (1870) The Devils [The Possessed] (1871-72) The Diary of a Writer [The Journal of an Author] (first sixteen chapters, 1873) A Raw Youth (1875) A Gentle Creature (1876) The Dream of a Ridiculous Man (1877) A Diary of a Writer (1877) The Brothers Karamazov (1879-80) The Speech on Pushkin (1880) Another Man’s Wife and The Husband Under the Bed Bobok The Crocodile From the Diary of an Unknown Man A Gentle Spirit

98. Boethius: Consolation Of Philosophy
Background information and Latin and English texts of this classic. The English text is drawn from Cooper's 1902 translation.
Boethius: Consolatio Philosophiae
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99. Su Tzu's Chinese Philosophy Page
alt.philosophy.taoism. Other web pages devoted to Taoism. . . Taoism InformationPage This site contains several electronic texts of Tao Teh Ching and I Ching
What's new ?
General Info Search the Net About this page... ... Others This page has been designed for the purpose of organizing the resources on Chinese philosophy that can be found in the 'cyberspace'. It is my goal in setting up this page to attract more people, who are interested in searching for the answers of their life, not to limit themselves within the scope of traditional Western philosophies, but to open themselves to some alternatives offered by several schools of Chinese philosophy. But, since there're countless on-line materials on the Internet that're about Chinese philosophy, and some of which I am not aware of, I would greatly appreciate it if any of you can point them out to me. Also, all suggestions and comments are welcomed and greatly appreciated.
* NOTE: Links to on-line documents are followed by note in parenthesis indicating the format in which the documents can be viewed, i.e. (English), (GIF), (BIG-5), (HZ8), and so forth. If you want more information on how to read Chinese characters on-line, please check the Chinese-Language-Related Information Page
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100. The Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy
Draws from public domain sources for both its classic philosophical etexts collection and for portions of some articles. James Fieser, Ph.D., general editor.
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