Philosophers: Lakatos to Lucretius

Imre Lakatos (1922-74 CE)
+ Imre Lakatos
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Lakatos
The LSE's site; "established to commemorate the life and work of Imre Lakatos on his 80th birthday. To celebrate this occasion both audio and text versions of Science and Pseudoscience - one of Lakatos's last public talks before he died - are provided here."
+ Imre Lakatos
Short article by J J O'Connor and E F Robertson for the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
Lao-zi (6th century BCE (c.570-490BCE?))
(Lao-tsu; Lao-tzu)
Articles & Web pages
+ Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Laozi (Alan Chan)
Taoism (Daoism) (Chad Hansen)
+ Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Laozi (Lao-tzu) (Ronnie Littlejohn)
Daoist Philosophy (Ronnie Littlejohn)
+ Taoism
Article by Henri Cordier, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ Lao Zi
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Laozi (Lao Tzu)
Short introduction by Chad Hansen (University of Hong Kong), from his Chinese Philosophy Pages.
Texts & translations
+ Daoist texts from Online Classics
Dao De Jing - Tao Te Ching ("a complete Dao De Jing with a pragmatic profile, all based on eminent translations by Lin Yutang, Arthur Waley, and Wing-tsit Chan")
Tao Te Ching (translated by James Legge)
Chuang Tzu (translated by James Legge)
Chuang Tzu (11 chapters, translated by Lin Yutang)
Lieh Tzu (partial translation by Lionel Giles)
Yin Chih Wen (Quiet Way) (selections, translated by Teitaro Suzuki & Paul Carus)
Taoist Classics (various shorter texts translated by James Legge)
Yi Jing (I Ching; Book of Changes) (translated by Richard Wilhelm)
Yi Jing (I Ching; Book of Changes) (translated by James Legge)
+ Dao De Jing (Daodejing; Tao te ching; Lao-zi)
Wulf Dietrich (Chinese text with German and English dictionaries)
Chad Hansen (translated by Chad Hansen)
Charles Muller (Tōyō Gakuen University) (translated by Charles Muller)
+ Tao Te Ching – Dao De Jing in English
Links to on-line English translations, provided by Gene R. Thursby's Taoism Information Page.
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716 CE)
(A number of otherwise useful pages have been closed to anyone using a text-based browser, or with Javascript turned off; I've therefore removed the links to them.)
Articles & Web pages
+ Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Leibniz's Ethics (Andrew Youpa)
Leibniz on the Problem of Evil (Michael Murray)
Leibniz's Philosophy of Mind (Mark Kulstad & Laurence Carlin)
+ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz: Metaphysics
Article by Douglas Burnham from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ The System of Leibniz
Article by William Turner, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ Gottfried Leibniz
Wikipedia article.
+ Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
Article by J.J. O'Connor and E.F. Robertson, for the MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive (University of St Andrews)
+ Leibniz Society of North America
Details of the Society and of their Review.
+ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Introduction & bibliography by Garth Kemerling.
+ Leibniz
Introductory article from Ed Zalta's Metaphysics Research Lab.
+ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz
From W. W. Rouse Ball's A Short Account of the History of Mathematics, provided by D.R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin).
+ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz: Texts and Translations
Page provided by Donald Rutherford (University of California, San Diego).
+ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Introductory article by Kelley L. Ross from the Proceedings of the Friesian School.
+ LEIBNIZ electronic mailing list
Maintained by George Gale at the University of Missouri - Kansas City.
+ A (Leibnizian) Theory of Concepts (PDF)
Paper by Edward N. Zalta, from Philosophiegeschichte und logische Analyse / Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy, 3 (2000): pp 137-183.
+ Leibniz
An on-line edition of George MacDonald Ross's introductory book, originally published by Oxford University Press (Past Masters) 1984. (Caution: one huge file.)
Texts & translations
+ Leibniz Translations
"On this site you will find English translations of various previously-untranslated papers by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716). I have largely focused on translating papers dealing with the theological and metaphysical side of Leibniz' philosophy as this reflects my own personal interests, but many of the papers here do touch on other aspects of his thought, e.g. science, mathematics and ethics." Maintained by Lloyd Strickland.
N.B.For some reason the translation pages are frames-crippled.
+ Translations by George MacDonald Ross (University of Leeds)
Introduction to Leibniz
Introduction to Leibniz's writings
The Monadology
Correspondence with Arnauld
Correspondence with Bierling
Correspondence with Caroline
Correspondence with Des Bosses
Comments on Foucher
Correspondence with Sophie
Correspondence with Sophie Charlotte
+ Donald Rutherford (University of California, San Diego)
Leibniz's Philosophical Dream (translated by Donald Rutherford)
A Conjecture Why It Seems That Anaxagoras Could Have Said That Snow Is Black (translated by Jeffrey K. McDonough)
A Unitary Principle of Optics, Catoptrics, and Dioptrics (translated by Jeffrey K. McDonough)
On Generosity (translated by Donald Rutherford)
Reflections on the Souls of Beasts (translated by Donald Rutherford)
Monadology (translated by Robert Latta; revised by Donald Rutherford)
+ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
(Frames-crippled) English translations (as PDF files) of a number of key texts from Jonathan Bennett's Early Modern Texts page.
+ The Monadology
eBooks@Adelaide (translated by Robert Latta)
Bill Uzgalis (translated by Robert Latta)
Wes Morriston (translated by George Montgomery)
David Lewis (1941-2001 CE)
All the links have been moved to my own David Lewis page.
Alain Leroy Locke (1886-1954 CE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Alain Leroy Locke
Article by Lisa Clayton Robinson for Encarta Africana.
+ Alain LeRoy Locke
Article from Wikipedia.
+ Alain Leroy Locke Society
Details of the Society, events, publications, etc.
+ Alain Leroy Locke
A brief introduction and biography compiled by Roger Hiemstra.
+ Alain LeRoy Locke
Brief introduction from Ken Love's Black History Page (I've removed the link to this, as it's crippled by some sort of script gimmickry).
+ Alain LeRoy Locke
Another brief introduction, but with an extensive bibliography, from The Black Renaissance.
+ Alain Locke
His short article "Harlem" provided by the African American Literature Book Club
John Locke (1632-1704 CE)
All the links have been moved to my own John Locke page.
Peter Lombard (1095-1160 CE)
+ Peter Lombard
Article by from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Peter Lombard
Article by J. de Ghellinck, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
+ Peter Lombard
Essentially a placeholder article from Wikipedia.
+ Peter Lombard
Introduction to the the first book of the Libri quatuor sententiarum (Book of Sentences) by Barry D. Smith (Atlantic Baptist University).
Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984 CE)
+ Bernard Lonergan
Article by Tad Dunne from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Bernard Lonergan
Short article from Wikipedia.
+BWS: The Lonergan Web Site
Large and exhaustive site.
+Lonergan Institute at Boston College
Details of the Institute, events, research, publications, etc.
+Lonergan Institute for the "Good Under Construction"
Washinton, D.C. Details of the Institute, events, research, publications, etc.
Lucretius (c.99-c.55 BCE)
Articles & Web pages
+ Lucretius
Article by David Sedley for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Lucretius
Article by David Simpson from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
+ Lucretius
Article from Wikipedia.
Texts & translations
+ De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things)
Perseus Project (Latin text)
Project Gutenberg (transl. William Ellery Leonard)
Internet Classics Archive (transl. William Ellery Leonard)
Perseus Project (transl. by William Ellery Leonard)


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