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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
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).
This site provides access to Chinese classics texts, in Chinese and English translations. The maintainers of the site (firstname.lastname@example.org) aim at collecting as much Chinese classic literature as possible for the benefit of the internet community.
Access to Christian electronic texts including works by St. Alphonsus, St. Athanasius, St. Augustine, St. Bernard, Boehme, Bunyan, Calvin, Donne, Milton, and more is provided at this site, maintained by Harry Plantinga (W.H.Plantinga@wheaton.edu).
This site, maintained by the Institute for Learning Technologies (email@example.com), provides access to a range of philosophical texts online in an easy-to-read format. Includes works by Aristotle, Bentham, Berkeley, Dante, Descartes, Dewey, Emerson, Hegel, Hobbes, Hume, Kant, Leibniz, Locke, Machiavelli, Mill, Plato, Rousseau, Socrates, Spinoza, and Virgil, with promises of more to come.
From Tom Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org), this page provides links to electronic philosophy texts, arranged alphabetically by author.
This site is the philosophy section of the English Server's (email@example.com) pages. Access to a range of philosophical texts, including Aristotle, Bacon, Berkeley, Descartes, Hegel, Hume, Kant, Marx, Mill, Nietzsche, and Plato is provided.
This site provides access to a range of Greek philosophy electronic texts, and is maintained by David Knox (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Hellinomnimon is a digital library which consists of all the philosophical and scientific manuscripts written in Greek from 1600 to 1821, in two large categories. The first category consists of the books which had been published in Vienna, Venice, Paris, Constantinople, and Leipzig. These comprise 204 volumes of 53,000 pages in total. The second category contains the manuscripts - those written by the respective authors or the copies of extant originals. These make up a volume of over 500,000 pages.
A beautifully-presented, searchable collection of almost 400 classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation) with user-provided commentary is provided at this site. The maintainer can be contacted at email@example.com.
The Liberty Library provides a host of electronic texts in html, text or zipped for download. These are primarily classic books and other works on constitutional government, and include works by Plato, Aristotle, Spinoza, Hobbes, Hume, Rousseay and others.
This site provides access to an enormous collection of online texts, organised by historical period, discipline, and searchable alphabetically.
MINERVA is an archive for philosophical texts on the Internet. Anyone can access the archive via a simple web interface, carry out researches in the available texts and add philosophical texts to the archive. This site, which will be fully operational in May 1997, allows for searching on keywords, titles, authors or full text abstracts. The texts will be available for (free) download. MINERVA is a project of the German Philosophy Knot. Conception and technical realisation is with PhilNet (firstname.lastname@example.org) in Hamburg; programming is done by Jan Boddin.
Electronic Books & Texts
This site aims to provide the most comprehensive listing of sites which provide online access to electronic texts.
The Online Book Initiative collects electronic texts which are available for download. Directories are arranged in alphabetical order by authors' names. Enquiries can be directed to Barry Shein (email@example.com).
From Peter Suber (firstname.lastname@example.org), this page provides links to a range of sites which house electronic texts in philosophy.
This site, part of the Labyrinth Medieval Studies site at http://www.georgetown.edu/labyrinth/, provides access to electronic philosophy and theology texts from ancient and medieval thinkers.
Philosophy on the
Philosophy on the Internet is a topical index and search engine for online text-based philosophical resources including articles, essays, bibliographies, book reviews, lecture notes and primary texts. The General Editor is Tony Beavers (email@example.com).
Project Gutenberg began in 1971 and has been converting texts to electronic format on an ongoing basis ever since. At this site you will find an enormous collection of electronic texts, with new texts being added regularly.
Project Libellus is an ftp site providing access to a range of texts in Latin, plus learning aides and commentaries on the primary texts.
Texts and Contexts
This well-designed site, maintained by Haakon Sorensen (firstname.lastname@example.org), provides links to a variety of electronic texts and short biographical details on each of the text's authors. Access works by Aquinas, Aristotle, Augustine, Bacon, Dante, Descartes, Dostoevsky, Freud, Homer, Kierkegaard, Machiavelli, Marx, Mill, More, Nietzsche, Plato and others.
The Online Books
This site allows users to search electronic texts by author or title, browse by subject listing. It also provides links to other electronic text repositories. The maintainer can be contacted at email@example.com.
Philosophical Etext Archive
Maintained by Stephen C. Angle (firstname.lastname@example.org), this site provides online access to a range of Chinese philosophical texts.
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