CTI Textual Studies

Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98

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Past Masters

Description: The Past Masters Series presents a collection of electronic texts in the subject area of philosophy. The list of titles currently available includes Philosophical Works and Selected Correspondence of John Locke, The Complete Works and Correspondence of David Hume, Nietzsches Werke: Historisch-kritische Ausgabe, The Collected Dialogues of Plato, The Complete Works of Aristotle, The Collected Works of Thomas Aquinas, British Philosophy 1600-1900, Locke-Berkeley-Hume, Hobbes English Works, The Utilitarians, Political Philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill, The Continental Rationalists, and The Published Works of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Texts can be supplied singly or in collections, as required, and some texts are available with translations. Texts are supplied with searching and viewing software; searches for either individual words or phrases can be carried out, and Boolean searching (and, either, or, not) is also possible. All texts are available in DOS, Windows and Macintosh versions.

Requirements: PC running MS-DOS 3.0+ or Windows 3.1 or above with at least 4 MB RAM and a CD-ROM drive; Apple Macintosh running System 7.0 or above with at least 4 MB RAM and a CD-ROM drive.

Further information: from the Intelex Corporation web site at: http://www.nlx.com

Distributor: InteLex Corporation, P.O. Box 859, Charlottesville, VA 22902-0859, U.S. Tel. (804) 979-5371. Fax. (804) 979-5804. Email: sales@nlx.com

Price: Between $60 and $1250 per section. A one-off fee of $20 ($50 for an institution) is payable in addition with first purchase.

Version available at CTI Centre: DOS version of Political Philosophy: Machiavello to Mill.

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