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281 E-books on Philosophy - A link to University of Pennsylvania's Online Books Page.

1898 E-books on Religion - A link to University of Pennsylvania's Online Books Page.

Big Questions of Philosophy and the Answers - by Dr Anthony Kelly. His thesis is to examine nothing less than the relationship between God, humanity and the history of the universe, exploring unresolved philosophical questions about the cosmos and human nature which go back to Aristotle.

Books on Metaphysical Philosophy - by Swami Krishnananda, The Divine Life Society, including Studies in Comparative Philosophy, The Philosophy of Life, etc.

Canonical philosophic texts - Writings by modern and classical philosophers.

Chinese Philosophical Etext Archive - Electronic versions of Chinese philosophical texts, from The English Server.

Christian Classics Ethereal Library - Classic Christian books, sermon outlines, Bible study materials and more.

Digital Text Project -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, by the Institute for Learning Technologies.

Let Us Philosophize - by D.R. Khashaba, "philosophy does not give us factual knowledge, but gives us an understanding of those ideas and ideals which alone give value to life. Let Us Philosophize seeks to show that this is possible and necessary, and offers the substance of such a philosophy.

Paideia Project On-line: Archive - More than 700 papers from the Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (1998).

Squashed Philosophers - by Glyn Hughes, Condensed and abridged to keep the substance, the style and the quotes, but ditching all that irritating verbiage.

The Virtue of What Is - 'Philosophical poetry and fiction about God, growth, truth, and the meeting place of good and evil at the heart of creation.'

What Pragmatism Means - Lecture II, by William James (1906)

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