Philosophy Etexts

Online Papers In Philosophy
Philosophers Page
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
The On-line Books Page
Public Domain Modern English text collection
The Online Medieval and Classical Library (DL SunSITE)
Medieval Sourcebook

  • 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.
  • APA List of Electronic Texts
  • Book Stacks Unlimited, Philosophy
  • 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.
  • The Christian Classics Ethereal Library
  • Digital Classics. From the Columbia University Institute for Learning Technologies.
  • Electronic Text Center. University of Virginia. Organized by language, not by field. Some philosophy among the literature.
  • Elect ronic Texts in Philosophy. Formerly comprehensive, but not updated since 1994.
  • Great Books. Organized by period and author.
  • The Classics Archive. Greek and Latin texts in English translation. Searchable.
  • Hanover College Philosophy Etext Links
  • Humanities Text Initiative. From the University of Michigan. Very little philosophy so far.
  • InteLex "Past Masters" Catalog. Commercial editions of full texts of classical works of philosophy.
  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Text Collection. Contains many etexts not included elsewhere, prepared for this online encyclopedia.
  • Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Searchable version of Norman Kemp Smith translation.
  • Dieter Köhler's Guide to Philosophical Etexts
  • Library of Bioethics and Medical Humanities Texts and Documents. From the Center for Clinical Ethics and Humanities in Health Care at the University of Buffalo.
  • Liverpool Guide to Philosophy Etexts
  • The Master Works of Western Civilization. Organized chronologically.
  • Online Library of Philosophy. From Ron Bombardi.
  • The Otis Index. Online book index, organized by author and title. Not limited to philosophy.
  • Perseus Project. Ancient Greek texts in Greek and English. Superb hypertext scholarly apparatus.
  • Philosophical Etexts From Jason Abbott.
  • Philosophy Text Collection. From the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
  • Philosophy Texts. Philosophy division of The English Server, Carnegie Mellon University.
  • Valdosta Etext Archive
  • The Western Canon. Organized by period, author, and subject. For speed, jump directly to the page of philosophers.
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