Just a note to say that although the site has been offline for the past few days, everything should now be back in place and working fine. If you notice anything that has stopped working, I'd appreciate if you would send an e-mail to me at email@example.com
Alternate translations of letters I
, and the dialogues Rival Lovers
have been added to the Plato section.
With this, every work of Plato's except "Definitions" is now available online.
new job / recent server problems & upcoming content
I've got a new job at a computing company in Manchester, so unfortunately I'll have a lot less time to update this site from now on, barring some vast increase in traffic here. There will still be updates, they will just arrive less frequently than they have done over the past few months.
There have recently been some server problems with the site hosting, and I've been unable to update for the past few weeks. As of today everything should be working again, so several updates of content and revisions prepared since then will be added soon.
As part of the recent series of updates adding previously unavailable works and alternate translations to existing sections of the site, Plato's dialogue Sisyphus
has been placed online.
plato's "on justice" and "demodocus"
Just a quick update to say that the Plato
section of the site has been updated, and now contains two texts that were previously unavailable, "on justice
" and "demodocus
These and the other new texts added to the site over the last two days have not yet been proofread, but this will be done over the next few days, so if you notice any errors I'd be grateful if you could post a comment here or send an e-mail
plato & epicurus
As part of the updates mentioned in the previous post, another set of alternate translations and new writings have been added to existing sections of the site.
Firstly, Plato's work On Virtue
and alternate translations by Glenn Morrow of letters nine
have been placed online.
Second, an alternate translation, by Robert Hicks, of Epicurus' Principal Doctrines
has been placed online.
As detailed in the aforementioned post, many more alternate translations and new works are to be uploaded over the next few weeks, including significant updates to the Ralph Waldo Emerson section and additional works being added to the Aristotle and Plato sections of the site.
The Nietzsche section of the site has been updated, including a second translation of The Birth of Tragedy,
his polemic On the Genealogy of Morals
and ten new letters from 1888 related to The Case of Wagner
.On the Genealogy of Morals, Translated by Ian C. Johnston.The Birth of Tragedy, Translated by Ian C. Johnston.
A number of other new texts will be added to existing sections of the site over the next few weeks, including alternate translations and previously unavailable writings by Aristotle, Epicurus, Plato and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
The Thomas Paine section of the site has been placed back online and now contains the ten volume 1920 edition of the his life and works, including letters, biographies and appreciations.http://www.davemckay.co.uk/philosophy/paine
diogenes and zeno of citium
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