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Philosophy Research Library (152 vols.)

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Examine 25 centuries of philosophy with over 150 enhanced and searchable volumes—a library worth over $2,700. Go deeper in your philosophical investigations, studying words, making notes that sync across devices, and seeing ideas in historical context with Noet’s smart research tools.

This research library includes:

  • Ancient Philosophy Research Library
  • Medieval Philosophy Research Library
  • Modern Philosophy Research Library
  • A Dictionary of Philosophy in the Words of Philosophers

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Ancient Philosophy Research Library

The Ancient Philosophy Research Library equips you to engage with the founders of the Western philosophical tradition like never before. Examine ancient philosophy, trace its development, and understand its legacy with Noet’s intelligent texts and smart research tools. Comprising Greco-Roman philosophy from fifth century BC to sixth century AD, this library enhances your study of the thinkers who exercised an unparalleled influence on the style and content of the European philosophical tradition.

Medieval Philosophy Research Library

Dialogue with the great thinkers of the medieval era with the Noet’s Medieval Philosophy Research Library. Spanning from 400 to 1500 AD, medieval philosophy explored the philosophical foundations for theological positions. Delve into the synthesis of philosophy and religion with intelligent texts and Noet’s smart tools, investigating both original language and translated works.

Modern Philosophy Research Library

Join the discourse on the nature of knowledge, language, and reality itself with Noet’s Modern Philosophy Research Library. Originating in Western Europe in the seventeenth century, modern philosophy left a lasting impact on Western society. Enhance your study of Descartes, Kant, Hegel, and more with intelligent texts and Noet’s smart research tools.

A Dictionary of Philosophy in the Words of Philosophers

  • Author: J. Radford Thomson
  • Publisher: Reeves and Turner
  • Publication Date: 1887
  • Pages: 517

A Dictionary of Philosophy in the Words of Philosophers was written to provide the general public with a sampling of all major schools of philosophical thought, as presented by leading philosophers of the nineteenth century. Assembled by J. Radford Thomson, professor of philosophy in New College, London, and Hackney College, the dictionary contains essays, lectures, and other works by over 140 philosophers, including René Descartes, Franz Delitzsch, Immanuel Kant, David Hume, and John Locke, as well as other thinkers of philosophical consequence, like Charles Darwin and E. B. Pusey. This work presents a thematic introduction to philosophy by providing an overview of the significant ideas of each philosophical era.

. . . it will prove really serviceable, as what it professes to be, a dictionary of philosophy.

Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

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Windows
  • Window 7 SP1
  • 2GB RAM
  • 1024x768 Display
  • 30GB Free Space
  • Internet connection (for activation, updates, and some features)
Mac
  • OS X 10.9
  • 2GB RAM
  • 30GB Free Space
  • Internet connection (for activation, updates, and some features)