Philosophers: Emerson to Evans

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-82 CE)
+ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Article by Russell Goodman for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Article by Vince Brewton from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Tribute to Ralph Waldo Emerson
In English & Italian. It offers a hypertext guide, plus on-line versions of some of Emerson's work. Maintained by Roberto Piccoli.
+ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Guide to resources maintained by Jone Johnson Lewis for the Transcendentalists pages.
+ The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson
Exactly what it says: on-line versions of Emerson's works.
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Epictetus (c.55-135 CE)
Introductions, articles, & Web-pages
+ Epictetus
Article by Keith H. Seddon from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Epictetus
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Epictetus
Introduction by Garth Kemerling, with links to various resources.
Texts & translations
+ The Discourses
No translator acknowledged, provided by the Internet Classics Archive.
+ The Enchiridion
Translated by Elizabeth Carter, provided by the Internet Classics Archive.
+ The Golden Sayings of Epictetus
with the Hymn of Cleanthes; translated and arranged by Hastings Crossley (Harvard Classics, Vol. 2, Part 2), provided by Bartleby.com.
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Epicurus (c.341-271 BCE)
Introductions, articles, & Web-pages
+ Epicurus & Epicurean Philosophy
"introduces Epicureanism to both the serious student of philosophy and to anyone seeking useful and inspiring ideas. Epicurus helped lay the intellectual foundations for modern science and for secular individualism, with many aspects of his system still highly relevant some twenty-three centuries after they were first taught to Epicurus's students". Features on-line texts by Epicurus and Epicureans, and introductory articles.
+ Epicurus.info: Epicurean Philosophy Online
"This website serves as an informational resource documenting the legacy of Epicureanism with electronic texts, photography, book lists, news items, and links to related sites."
+ Epicurus
Article by Tim O'Keefe from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Epicurus
Article by M.J. Ryan, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ Epicurus
Article by Chris Marvin for The Window at Trinity College, Dublin.
+ Epicurus
Introduction by Garth Kemerling, plus relevant links.
+ Epicurus
Article from Wikipedia.
Texts & translations
+ Texts from epicurus.net (translators unacknowledged):
Principal Doctrines
Vatican Sayings
Letter to Menoeceus
Letter to Herodotus
Letter to Pythocles
Letter to Idomeneus
Last Will
+ Principal Doctrines
Translated by Robert Drew Hicks, provided by the Internet Classics Archive.
+ Letter to Menoeceus
Translated by Robert Drew Hicks, provided by the Internet Classics Archive.
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John Scotus Erigena (c.810-c.877 CE)
+ John Scottus Eriugena
Article by Dermot Moran for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ John Scotus Eriugena
Article by William Turner, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ John the Scot
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Johannes Scotus Erigena, John the Scot
Article by Peter Morrell (or Chris Marvin?) for The Window at Trinity College, Dublin.
Gareth Evans (1946-1980 CE)
+ Gareth Evans
Short (placeholder) article from Wikipedia.
+ Guide to Gareth Evans' The Varieties of Reference
Maintained by Rick Grush.
+ Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy: Issue 6 (1998)
Special issue on "The Philosophy of Evans"; guest editor, Rick Grush.

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