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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98
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Description: The Corpus is the creation of an association of philosophers, working under the direction of Michel Serres of l'Académie Française; the printed edition, published by Arthème Fayard, Paris, was established in 1984. When completed, it will contain the works of all philosophers writing in the French language from the Renaissance to 1914. The complete edition is forecast to contain 500 volumes; the first release contains 229 works in 88 volumes. The CD-ROM can be browsed and searched by word, phrase, title, or by sections (such as introduction or notes); updates are published annually.
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