Philosophers: Davidson to Duns Scotus

Donald Herbert Davidson (1917-2003 CE)
+ Donald Davidson
Article by Jeff Malpas for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Donald Davidson
Article by Vladimir Kalugin from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Donald Davidson
Wikipedia article.
+ Donald Davidson
Article by Anna Sherratt for Philosophy Now.
+ In Memoriam: Donald Herbert Davidson
Links to obituaries, plus an interview with Davidson; provided by the University of California at Berkeley.
+ Davidson's Sentences and Wittgenstein's Builders
John Perry's Presidential Address, Pacific Division APA, April 1994.
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Democritus of Abdera (c.460-c.370 BCE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Democritus
Article by J.J. O'Connor and E.F. Robertson, for the MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive (University of St Andrews)
+ Democritus
Article by Sylvia Berryman for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Democritus
Article from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Democritus
Wikipedia article.
+ The Atomistic Philosophy of Leucippus and Democritus
Article by Thomas Knierim for thebigview.com.
Texts & translations
+ Democritus
Adapted from Ancilla to the Pre-Socratic Philosophers by Kathleen Freeman, Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1948. provided by Humanistic Texts.
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René Descartes (1596-1650 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi su Descartes e il Seicento
In Italian; maintained by Antonella Del Prete. Includes the archives of the Bulletin Cartésien.
+ René Descartes
Article by J J O'Connor and E F Robertson for the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
+Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy:
Descartes' Life and Works (Kurt Smith)
Descartes' Epistemology (Lex Newman)
Descartes' Ethics (Donald Rutherford)
Descartes' Modal Metaphysics (David Cunning)
Descartes' Ontological Argument (Lawrence Nolan)
+ René Descartes
Article by Douglas Burnham &James Fieser from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ René Descartes
Article by Daniel Garber for the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ René Descartes
Article by Clodius Piat, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ René Descartes
Wikipedia article.
+ René Descartes
Introduction by Garth Kemerling, with useful bibliography and set of links to on-line resources.
+ René Descartes
From A Short Account of the History of Mathematics (4th edition, 1908) by W. W. Rouse Ball. Provided by D.R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin).
+ René Descartes:
Offers (uncredited) English translations of the Discource and the Meditations, as well as some short essays on Descartes, a bibliography, FAQ, and links.
+ Essays on René Descartes
A site selling essay on Descartes. I've not given a link — but here's a warning: judging by what I've seen of the site, students with more money than sense who are dishonest enough to pass off one of these essays as their own will get the grade that they deserve...
Texts & translations
+ Translations by George MacDonald Ross
The Principles of Philosophy
The World, or Treatise on Light
Treatise on the Human Being
Discourse on the Method
First Thoughts on the Generation of Animals
Notes against a certain Broadsheet
Description of the Human Body
Conversation with Burman
Corespondence with Princess Elizabeth
Correspondence with Meyssonnier
Correspondence with Mersenne
Hobbes' Objections to Descartes' Meditations, and Descartes' Replies
+ Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking Truth in the Sciences
ABU: la Bibliothèque Universelle (edited by Pierre Cubaud)
Online Literature Library (translation by John Veitch)
Bartleby.com (Harvard Classics, Vol. 34, Part 1, ed. Charles W. Eliot)
Project Gutenberg (a massive amount of detail - who scanned it, what hardware & software they used, reams of legal mumbo jumbo - but no hint as to whose translation it is. It's actually by John Veitch)
eBooks@Adelaide (another uncredited translation, which turns out to be by John Veitch)
anonymous Descartes page (and another uncredited version of the John Veitch translation)
Bill Uzgalis (Oregon State University) (yet another uncredited version of the John Veitch translation)
+ Meditations on First Philosophy
Descartes' Meditations Home Page
     A trilingual HTML edition, edited by David B. Manley & Charles S. Taylor. Offers the original Latin text of 1641, the Duc de Luynes' French translation of 1647, and John Veitch's English translation of 1901.
ABU: la Bibliothèque Universelle (edited by Manley & Taylor)
Classical Library (translation by John Veitch).
anonymous Descartes page (uncredited, but it's the John Veitch translation)
Bill Uzgalis (Oregon State University) (uncredited version of the John Veitch translation)
+ Principles of Philosophy (selections)
Translated by John Veitch, provided by Project Gutenberg.
+ Rules For The Direction of The Mind
Translated by Elizabeth Anscombe & Peter Geach; provided by Kenneth A. Bryson (University College of Cape Breton).
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John Dewey (1859-1952 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Centre for Dewey Studies
Based at Southern Illinois University; offers a vast amount of information in many different forms.
+ John Dewey
Article by Richard Field from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ John Dewey
Wikipedia article.
+ Essays on the Philosophy of John Dewey
Maintained by Gordon L. Ziniewicz; on-line papers on Dewey, and selections from his book Democracy and Imagination.
+ John Dewey, American Pragmatist
"A wing of the Pragmatism Cybrary" Bibliographies, links to on-line resources, introductory materials, etc.
+ TransactionalView.org
" a site about the Transactional View John Dewey and Arthur F Bentley laid out in their 1949 book Knowing and the Known." Offers papers, reading, details of projects, etc.
+ JohnDewey.Org
"The Place to Get Straight About Dewey". Maintained by David Hildebrand.
Texts
+ Papers provided by Classics in the History of Psychology
The Ego as Cause (from Philosophical Review 3 (1894), pp 337-341)
The New Psychology (from the Andover Review 2(1884), pp 278-289)
The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology (from Psychological Review 3 (1896), pp 357-370)
+ Papers provided by Digital Text International
The Higher Learning in America (from The Social Frontier (March, 1937) Vol. III, No 24, pp 167-169)
President Hutchins' Proposals to Remake Higher Education (from The Social Frontier (January, 1937) Vol. IIl, No 22, pp 103-104)
Rationality in Education (from The Social Frontier (December, 1936) Vol. lII, No 21, pp 71-73)
+ On-line books & papers provided by the Mead Project (Brock University)
An oddly written, gimmicky, and garish site, but below I link to the texts themselves:
Books
Essays in Experimental Logic (1916)
How We Think (1910)
The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy and Other Essays (1910)
The School and Society (1907)
Papers, etc.
The Ego As Cause (from Philosophical Review 3 (1894): pp 337-341)
The Evolutionary Method As Applied to Morality: I. Its Scientific Necessity (from Philosophical Review 11, (1902): pp 107-124)
The Evolutionary Method As Applied To Morality: II. Its Significance for Conduct (from Philosophical Review 11, (1902): pp 353-371)
Green's Theory of the Moral Motive (from Philosophical Review 1, (1892): pp 593-612)
Interpretation of Savage Mind (from Psychological Review 9, (1902): pp 217-230)
Logical Conditions of a Scientific Treatment of Morality (from Decennial Publications of the University of Chicago First Series, Vol. 3, (1903):  115-139)
On Some Current Conceptions of the term 'Self' (from Mind 15, (1890): pp 58-74)
The Psychological Standpoint (from Mind 11, (1886): pp 1-19)
The Psychology of Effort (from Philosophical Review 6, (1897): pp 43-56)
Psychology and Social Practice (from Psychological Review 7, (1900):  105-124)
Psychology as Philosophic Method (from Mind 11 (1886): pp 153-173)
The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology (from Psychological Review 3, (1896): pp 357-370)
Rejoinder to Baldwin's Response (from Philosophical Review 7, (1898): pp 629-630)
Review of Social and Ethical Interpretations of Mental Development by James Mark Baldwin (from Philosophical Review 7, (1898): pp 398-409)
Soul and Body (from Bibliotheca Sacra 43, (1886): pp 239-263)
The Theory of Emotion. (I) Emotional Attitudes (from Psychological Review 1, (1894): pp 553-569)
The Theory of Emotion. (2) The Significance of Emotions (from Psychological Review 2, (1895): pp 13-32)
+ Democracy and Education
Institute for Learning Technologies
Wikipedia (in one very large file)
+ The Quest for Certainty, chapter 2: Philosophy's Search for the Immutable
Provided by Marxists.org Internet Archive under the title "The Question of Certainty".
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Denis Diderot (1713-84 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Denis Diderot
Short article Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Denis Diderot
Wikipedia article.
+ Denis Diderot
Article by Petri Liukkonen for Authors' Calendar.
Texts & translations
+ Diderot and d'Alembert's "Encyclopédie, ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des metiers et des arts"
"Collaborative translation project [...] Product of the Scholarly Publishing Office of the University of Michigan Library and DLXS."
+ D'Alembert's Dream (1769)
English translations by Ian Johnston (the links to the French texts are dead).
+ Les Bijoux Indiscrets
Maintained by Jean-Jacques Delfour.
+ Le Neveu de Rameau
Provided by Ian C. Johnston (Malaspina University-College).
+ Rameau's Nephew
Translated and provided by Ian C. Johnston (Malaspina University-College).
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Diogenes of Sinope (c.400-325 BCE)
+ Diogenes of Sinope
Article from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Diogenes of Sinope
A Wikipedia article.
+ Diogenes of Sinope
Introduction from Philosophy Professor.
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Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-98 CE)
(Lewis Carroll)
Articles & Web pages
+ Lewis Carroll
Wikipedia article.
+ Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
Article by J.J. O'Connor and E.F. Robertson, for the MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive (University of St Andrews)
+ Lewis Carroll Logician and Mathematician
A page of links from the Lewis Carroll Page
Texts & translations
+ The Game of Logic
Provided by Project Gutenberg, where you'll also find on-line versions of his children's books, verse, etc..
+ What the Tortoise Said to Achilles (from Mind 4, (1895): pp 278-280)
Fair Use Repository
Platonic Realms
Digital Text International
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Michael Anthony Eardley Dummett (1925- CE)
+ Michael Anthony Eardley Dummett
My own page, with an introduction to Dummett's life & work.
+ Michael Dummett
Article by Benjamin Murphy from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Michael Dummett
Wikipedia article.
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John Duns Scotus (c.1266-1308 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ John Duns Scotus
Article by Thomas Williams for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Duns Scotus
Wikipedia article.
+ John Duns Scotus
Maintained by Thomas Williams (University of Iowa); a very useful page, offering introductions to the life and work of Duns Scotus, a bibliography, links to translations (see below), Prof. Williams' papers, and images.
+ John Duns Scotus
page of links provided by the Franciscan Archive.
+ Scotism and Scotists
Article by Parthenius Minges, provided by the Jacques Maritain Centre at the University of Notre Dame.
Texts & translations
+ For original texts, see the link to the Franciscan Archive above.
+ Translations by Thomas Williams (University of Iowa):
Lectura: Questions concerning divine power
Ordinatio:
     A question concerning divine charity
     Questions concerning divine justice and mercy
Quaestiones in Librum Porphyrii Isagoge:
     "I expect to have a complete translation of this work before too long. For now, please feel free to use the following (which are very rough drafts — I will be grateful for comments and corrections)"
           Questions concerning the science of logic (qq 1-3)
           Questions concerning the universal (qq 4-12)
           A question concerning place (q.13)
           Questions concerning genus (qq 14-20)
           Questions concerning species (qq 21-22)
           Questions concerning difference (qq 23-29)
Reportatio examinata: Could God make things better?
+ A Treatise on God as First Principle
provided by Eternal Word Television Network. One long file (with a slight hiccough at the very end); no translator given.

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