Philosophy Texts Philosophy texts. BibleGateway The Holy Bible (searchable in many different versions English, American, Danish and so on) The Holy Bible - King James Version (including the http://kj.kolding-gym.dk/Systime PhilLib/philosophy_texts.htm
Extractions: BibleGateway - The Holy Bible (searchable in many different versions: English, American, Danish and so on) The Holy Bible - King James Version (including the Apocrypha) (searchable) The Holy Quran (searchable) Plato Aristotle Augustin Aquinas Francis Bacon: The New Organon - or True Directions Concerning the Interpretation of Nature (1620) - Excerpt in ITA René Descartes: Meditations (1641), Latin, French and English text Paul-Henri Dietrich Holbach ( d'Holbach): The System of Nature (1770) - Excerpt in ITA Jeremy Bentham: An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation (1781) - Excerpt in ITA Immanuel Kant: What is Enlightenment? (1784) See also Wikipedia and a Brief commentary Immanuel Kant: Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals (1785) - Excerpt in ITA Immanuel K ant: O n ... pdf-version here) - An abbreviated and annotated edition in the Internal Archive Karl Marx (and Friedrich Engels): The German Ideology (1845) Friedrich Nietzsche: Thus Spake Zarathustra (orig. 1883-85) Friedrich Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil (orig. 1886) ... Friedrich Nietzsche: On The Genealogy Of Morals (orig. 1887) (See Study Guide to OGM under Secondary Texts) Friedrich Nietzsche: On the Genealogy of Morals. A polemical Tract (1887)
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Course Texts Texts of Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Leibniz and Pascal. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/users/philosophy/texts/
Philosophy Texts Online Akamac Etexts 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 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 (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). Chinese Classics
Extractions: I stopped updating this guide in February 2003, after eight years online. I plan to leave it online for the foreseeable future and hope that enough links are still alive to make it useful. I know that the guide contains many dead links and omits many valuable new sites. For a comprehensive, well-organized, and up-to-date guide to philosophy on the internet, I can recommend Tom Stone's EpistemeLinks Home Guides Philosophers ... 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
Extractions: L'objectif de ce laphilosophie.fr n'est pas de concurrencer les nombreux autres sites qui proposent des téléchargements d'eBooks mais de proposer aux étudiants et aux enseignants de philosophie des textes intégraux en français. Il s'agit donc d'une initiative essentiellement pédagogique visant à constituer une base se données regroupant non seulement les textes fondateurs de la philosophie mais également des textes littéraires à teinture philosophique, dont on sait qu'ils constituent souvent des illustrations de cours. Nous avons préféré rendre disponibles un maximum d'ouvrages plutôt que de perdre du temps à normaliser leur présentation. Par conséquent, certains livres sont disponibles au format pdf, d'autres en .doc ou .html. Le travail d'édition électronique des ouvrages a été réalisé par de nombreuses personnes, vous trouverez les liens vers leurs sites respectifs dans la rubrique livres. Pour consulter les ouvrages disponibles, cliquez sur livres dans le menu de gauche, puis choisissez un auteur. Sinon, un moteur de recherche est à votre disposition.
Philosophy Pages Site Blog Subscribe and receive notifications on site updates. Facebook Group (New!) - Visit the Philosophy group on Facebook! Anaximander - Surviving Fragments. http://www.davemckay.co.uk/philosophy/
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Extractions: Timothy B. Wilder Rare Books 320 Weymouth Drive Rochester, NY 14625-1919 email@example.com BROWSE OUR CATALOGUES Philosophy Recent Arrivals Philosophy 19th c. American Philosophy Old and Rare Philosophy General Catalogue An annotated online checklist of Early American Philosophical Literature available for viewing here. Terms of Sale Frequently Cited References "There is a bookseller in Paris, one Dessain, who has some Character, but who has play'd me a very ugly Trick... [He] will neither send over my Books, nor answer my Letters not take any Notice of me....Tell him I shall prosecute him either myself on my Return to Paris or by Order, if he does not send over my Books & Money." David Hume, letter to Adam Smith, August, 1766 "Books seem to me to be pestilent things, and infect all who trade in them, i.e. all but one sort of men. Printers, Binders, Sellers and others that make a trade and gain out of them have universally so odde a turne and corruption of mind that they have a way of dealeing peculiar to them selves, and not conformed to the good of society, and that general fairness that cements man kind. Whether it be that these instruments of truth and knowledge will not bear being subjected to any thing but those noble ends, without revengeing them selves on those who medle with them to any other purpose, and prostitute to mean and misbecomeing designes I will not enquire. The matter of fact I think you will find true, and there we will leave it, to those who sully them selves with printers ink, till they wholly expunge all the candor that nature gives, and become the worst sort of Black cattle."
Extractions: Kant created a new widespread perspective in philosophy which influenced philosophy through to the 21st Century. He also published important works of epistemology, as well as works relevant to religion, law, and history. His most important work is the Critique of Pure Reason, an investigation into the limitations and structure of reason itself. It encompasses an attack on traditional metaphysics and epistemology, and highlights Kant's own contribution to these areas. The other main works of his maturity are the Critique of Practical Reason, which concentrates on ethics, and the Critique of Judgment, which investigates aesthetics and teleology.
Taoist Sanctuary: Main Philosophy & Texts Page Excerpts taken from, The Illustrated Canon of Chen Family Taijiquan by Chen Xin. 63 â€¢ Revised Treatise on Taijiquan 64 â€¢ Some Statements on the Taijiquan Classics http://www.taoistsanctuary.org/taijiquan/phil_text.html