[open-humanities] Help needed finding electronic editions of public domain philosophy texts

Philippe Aigrain philippe.aigrain at sopinspace.com
Sat Feb 4 08:21:26 UTC 2012

I guess you have already explored:
and the corresponding category in other languages.

Apologies if I missed the mention in an earlier message.

Philippe Aigrain

Le 03/02/2012 17:48, David Clark a écrit :
> Here are a few ideas. I've only ever read translations of the following.
> Since I can't read the original languages, I'm sure somebody else can
> better hunt down original language editions of these texts. (While I'm
> on the topic, I'd like to throw in a vote for including public domain
> translations when possible.) Most of these ideas are brushing the
> surface of significant traditions -- many more authors could be added to
> each of those (especially Christian and Chinese philosophy).
>     * Diogenes Laertius' /Lives of Philosophers/
>     * Some pre-Socratics: Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Empedocles, Heraclitus
>     * Stoics: Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, Seneca
>     * Epicureans: Epicurus and Lucretius
>     * A few significant Christian philosophers: Augustine, Gregory of
>       Nyssa, William of Ockham, Martin Luther
>     * Ancient Chinese philosophers: Confucius, Mencius, Mozi, Laozi,
>       Zhuangzi, Xun Zi
>     * Sigmund Freud
> David

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