5.0566 APA List of Philosophy Etexts (1/116)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Mon, 6 Jan 1992 19:53:07 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 5, No. 0566. Monday, 6 Jan 1992.

Date: Fri, 20 Dec 91 08:49 MST
Subject: Electronic Texts in Philosophy

Dear Interested parties,

Here is the most recent version of our list of Electronic Texts in
philosophy, updated as usual by Leslie Burkholder. Please replace
older versions on bulletin boards, file servers etc. If appropriate,
you might announce the new list is available in Newsletters you
publish, etc. Please let Leslie and me know of any new projects
(ongoing or completed) that we have left out.

David Owen

Electronic Texts in Philosophy

Compiled by Leslie Burkholder, CDEC, Carnegie Mellon University, for the
APA Subcommittee on Electronic Texts in Philosophy. Date of this version
= Dec 1991. Thanks for contributions to: Mike Neuman, Stephen Clark,
Hansje Braam, Bob Kraft, Malcolm Brown, Alastair McKinnon, Raymundo
Morado, Peter Batke.

Text-analysis Software

For information on text-analysis software see The Humanities Computing
Yearbook 1988 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988), chapters 25-27,
or The Humanities Computing Yearbook 1989-90 (New York: Oxford
University Press, 1991), chapter 23. Contains descriptions of various
programs and references to articles about computer-aided text-analysis.

Example Uses of Etexts

Barron Brainerd. "Textual analysis and synthesis". Abacus 4 (Winter
1987), 8-18. [Includes Kierkegaard example.]

Gerard R. Ledger. Re-Counting Plato: A Computer Analysis of Plato's
Style. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.

Alistair McKinnon. "Mapping the dimensions of a literary corpus".
Literary and Linguistic Computing 4 (1989), 73-84. [Kierkegaard example.]

Michael Neuman. "An introduction to the analysis of electronic text in
philosophy". The Computers & Philosophy Newsletter 5 (March 1990), 1-5.
[Hegel example.]

Alistair McKinnon. "Kierkegaard's presentation of the good". Philosophy
& Computing (forthcoming).

Claus Huitfeld. "The Wittgenstein archives at the University of Bergen".
Philosophy & Computing (forthcoming).

Ronald Suter. "The Wittgenstein archives at the University of Bergen
(comment on Huitfeld)." Philosophy & Computing (forthcoming).

Etexts (Note: This includes the Intelex listing as of August 1991.)

ARTFL = ARTFL Project, Dept. Romance Languages and Literatures,
University of Chicago, 1050 East 59th Street, Chicago IL 60637 USA
InteLex = InteLex Corporation, Route 2 Box 383, Pittsboro NC 27312 USA
Inter Editions = Inter Editions, 3005 Barat Road, Montreal Canada H3Y
2H4; ina7@musicb.mcgill.ca
Okita Denshi Giken = Okita Denshi Giken, Suginami-corp 101, Kamiogi
4-4-5, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 167, Japan.
Oxford Text Archive = Oxford Text Archive, Oxford University Computing
Service, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN, England

Peter Abelard. [Works]. In Latin. For information contact Literary &
Linguistic Computing Center, University of Cambridge, Sidgwick Ave.,
Cambridge CB3 9DA, England.

Anselm of Canterbury (Saint Anselm). Opera Omnia. In Latin. For
information contact Literary & Linguistic Computing Center, University
of Cambridge, Sidgwick Ave., Cambridge CB3 9DA, England.

St Thomas Aquinas. [Complete works]. For information contact Index
Thomisticus, Aloisianum, I-21013 Gallarte, France.

St Thomas Aquinas. Summa Theologica. Trans. by ? Benziger. For
information contact InteLex.

Aristotle. [Complete works]. In Greek. For information contact Thesaurus
Linguae Graecae, University of California at Irvine, Irvine CA 92717,
USA; tlg@uci.bitnet.

Aristotle. [Various works]. For information contact InteLex.

Antoine Arnauld (and Claude Lancelot). Grammaire Gnerale et Raisonne
de Port-Royal. (Paris: P. le Petit, 1660). For information contact ARTFL.

Antoine Arnauld (and Pierre Nicole). La Logique, ou, L'Art de Penser.
(Paris: Ch. Savreux, 1662). For information contact ARTFL.

Augustine of Hippo (Saint Augustine). [Selections]. In Latin. For
information contact APA Repository of Greek and Latin Texts, Packard
Humanities Institute, 300 Second Street, Los Altos CA, USA.

Augustine of Hippo (Saint Augustine). [Various works]. In Latin. For
information contact Fr. Allan Fitzgerald OSA, Dept. of Religious
Studies, Villanova University, Villanova PA 19805 USA;

[Those are the A's. The entire list is available on the server. ]


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