The Philosophy Source 3.0 (Windows/Macinstosh CD-ROM) / Edition 3

The Philosophy Source 3.0 (Windows/Macinstosh CD-ROM) / Edition 3

by Daniel Kolak
     
 

ISBN-10: 0534543375

ISBN-13: 9780534543372

Pub. Date: 07/28/2003

Publisher: Cengage Learning

The new Philosophy Source 3.0 CD-ROM provides students with the freedom to explore over 100 of the major works in the history of philosophy. Redesigned for easier navigation and referencing, the CD-ROM features the ability to search for any word or word combination, copy and paste excerpts of primary sources, and link to an updated, online collection of information

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The new Philosophy Source 3.0 CD-ROM provides students with the freedom to explore over 100 of the major works in the history of philosophy. Redesigned for easier navigation and referencing, the CD-ROM features the ability to search for any word or word combination, copy and paste excerpts of primary sources, and link to an updated, online collection of information on many of the philosophers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534543372
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
07/28/2003
Edition description:
Revised
Product dimensions:
6.53(w) x 5.38(h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

AQUINAS. Summa Contra Gentiles (Based on translation by Jospeh Rickaby). ARISTOTLE. Categories (Based on translation by E.M. Edghill). Metaphysics (Based on translation by W.D. Ross). Nicomachean Ethics (Based on translation by W.D. Ross). On Dreams (Based on translation by J.I. Beare). On Interpretation (Based on translation by E.M. Edghill). De Anima (On the Soul) (Based on translation by J.A. Smith). Physics (Based on translation by R.P. Hardie and R.K. Gaye). Poetics (Based on translation by S.H. Butcher). Politics (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Prior Analytics (Based on translation by A.J. Jenkinson). Posterior Analytics (Based on translation by G. R. G. Mure). Rhetoric (Based on translation by W. Rhys Roberts). AUGUSTINE. City of God (Based on translations by Marcus Dods, George Wilson, and J. J. Smith). Confessions (Based on translation by Edward Bouvene Pusey). MARCUS AURELIUS ANTONINUS. The Meditations (Translated by George Long). BERKELEY. A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge. Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous. BOETHIUS. The Consolation of Philosophy (Based on translation by W.V. Cooper). BUDDHA. The Dhammapada (Translated By F. Max Müller). The Vagrakkhedika (Translated By F. Max Müller). DESCARTES. Discourse on the Method (Based on translation by Elizabeth Haldane). Meditations on First Philosophy (Based on translation by Elizabeth Haldane). DEWEY. Democracy and Education. EPICTETUS. The Enchiridion, or Manual (Based on translation by Elizabeth Carter). Discourses (Based on translation by Elizabeth Carter). EPICURUS. Letter to Menoeceus (Based on translation by Robert Drew Hicks). Principal Doctrines (Based on translation by Robert Drew Hicks). HEGEL. The Philosophy of History (Translated by J. Sibree). Philosophy of Mind (Translated by William Wallance). HUME. An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding. Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. JAMES. The Varieties of Religious Experience. The Will to Believe. Pragmatism. Does Conciousness Exist?. KANT. Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics (Based on translation by Paul Carus). The Critique of Pure Reason (Based on translation by J.M.D. Meiklejohn). The Critique of Practical Reason (Based on translation by T.K. Abbott). The Critique of Judgement (Based on translation by James Creed Meredith). Intro to Metaphysics of Morals (Based on translation by W. Hastie). Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals (Based on translation by T.K. Abbott). LAO-TZU. Tao te Ching. LEIBNIZ. Monadology (Based on translation by George Montgomery). LOCKE. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. The Second Treatise of Government. MARX. Communist Manifesto (Based on translation by Samuel Moore). MILL. Utilitarianism. On Liberty. On The Subjection of Women. NIETZSCHE. Thus Spake Zarathustra (Based on translation by Thomas Common). PEIRCE. The Fixation of Belief. How to Make Our Ideas Clear. PLATO. Euthyphro (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Apology (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Crito (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Phaedo (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Sophist (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Cratylus (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Euthydemus (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Statesman (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Symposium (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Theatus (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Charmides (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Gorgias (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Ion (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Laches (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Laws (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Timaeus (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Lysis (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Meno (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Parmenides (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Phaedrus (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Philebus (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Protogoras (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). Republic (Based on translation by Benjamin Jowett). PLOTINUS. Enneads (Based on translation by Stephen Mackenna and B.S. Page). PRE-SOCRATICS: ANAXAGORAS. Fragments (Edited and Translated by Arthur Fairbanks). HERACLITUS. Fragments (Translated by John Burnet, Arthur Fairbanks, and Kathleen Freeman). PARMENIDES. Fragments and Commentary (Based on a Translation by John Burnet, Arthur Fairbanks, and H. H. Joachim). PYTHAGORAS. Fragments and Commentary (Edited and Translated by Arthur Fairbanks). THALES. Fragments and Commentary (Translated by Arthur Fairbanks, G. S. Kirk and J. E. Raven, E. W. Webster, J. L. Stocks, and J. A. Smith). RUSSELL. The Problems of Philosophy. On Denoting. SPINOZA. Ethics (Based on translation by R.H.M. Elwes). On the Improvement of Understanding (Based on translation by R.H.M. Elwes). WOLLSTONECRAFT. Vindication of the Rights of Women.

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