Created: Sunday, July 10th, 2022, at 3:15 PM Alaska Time
Below are some collected works that I’ve cited in my bibliography, included on my site for easy access and reading. These are interesting works, freely shareable for your enjoyment.
There are many other works I can include from my reading history, which is very extensive. If you are interested in some books I’ve read, in hard copy format, see my Reading List.
I had a library of books in my possession at approximately 2,000 volumes in a range of disciplines.
This is a small start to a digital library, for digital works freely available for distribution. As I include additional items in my bibliography, I will analyse to see which works can be shared freely here. If allowed, I will provide copies for easy access. In this way too, my bibliography can reference a location that will guarantee access to the work cited. Whereas currently in academic life, finding resources for additional research may be very challenging and costly.
Laertius, D. (3rd Century AD). Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers. Project Gutenberg. http://www.mattanaw.org/book-lives-and-opinions-of-eminent-philosophers-diogenes-laertius-project-gutenberg.html
Hume, D. (1739). A Treatise of Human Nature. Project Gutenberg. http://www.mattanaw.org/a-treatise-of-human-nature-david-hume-project-gutenberg.html
Hume, D. (1777). An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals. Project Gutenberg. http://www.mattanaw.org/book-an-enquiry-concerning-the-principles-of-morals-david-hume-project-gutenberg.html
Smith, A. (1759). Theory of Moral Sentiments. Project Gutenberg. Retrieved from: http://mattanaw.org/book-adam-smith-theory-of-moral-sentiments-from-project-gutenberg.html
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