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Over 200 Books on Philosophy, so many books I could not fit them all on one CDrom - I had to use a DVDrom

Contents of DVDrom (pdf format):

Hobbes's Leviathan - reprinted from the edition of 1651 (1909)

A Critical History of Modern English Jurisprudence: A Study in Logic, Politics, and Morality by George H. Smith

History of Ancient Philosophy by Wilhelm Windelband 1921

History of Modern Philosophy 1912 by Alfred Benn

The History And Theory Of Vitalism by Hans Dreich 1914

The Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell 1912

Belief in God by Alfred Momerie 1886

The Idea of God in the light of Recent Philosophy by A. Seth Pringle Pattison 1920

Meditations of First Philosophy by Rene Descartes (searchable pdf)

The Principles of Philosophy by Rene Descartes (searchable pdf)

Philosophy of the Bible Vindicated by Cornelius O'Brien 1876

Meditations and selections from the Principles of Rene Descartes 1903

Rational Philosophy in History and in System, an Introduction to a Logical and Metaphysical Course by Alexander C. Fraser 1858

Christian ethics; or, Moral philosophy on the principles of divine revelation
by Ralph Wardlaw - 1834

Eclectic Moral Philosophy: Prepared for Literary Institutions and General Use
(Chapter on "Peculiarity of Bible Morals") by James Robert Boyd 1846

Suicide; Studies on Its Philosophy, Causes, and Prevention (some pages hard to read)
By James J. O'Dea 1882

The God of Philosophy by Francis Aveling 1906

A General View of Positivism by Auguste Comte 1857

Methods of Knowledge - an essay in epistemology by Walter Smith 1899

The prevailing types of philosophy : can they logically reach reality by James McCosh 1890

SUMMA THEOLOGICA St Thomas Aquinas in 3 volumes (searchable PDF)

The Philosophy of the Bible 1918 by David Neumark, Professor of Jewish Philosophy
This book attempts the first scientific and popular presentation of the history of thought in biblical Judaism.

MANIFESTO OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY by Karl Marx

The Great Instauration by Francis Bacon 1620

The Advancement of Learning by Francis Bacon

Preparative toward a Natural and Experimental History by Francis Bacon

The New Organon by Francis Bacon

The New Atlantis by Francis Bacon

Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking Truth in the Sciences by Rene Descartes 1899

Descartes His Life And Times by Elizabeth S. Haldane 1905

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke Volume 1

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke Volume 2

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke Volume 2 1801

Spinoza's Short Treatise on God, man & his Wellbeing 1910

Improvement of the understanding, Ethics and Correspondence by Baruch Spinoza 1901

Discourse on Metaphysics by Leibniz 1908

Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason Volume 1

Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason Volume 2

Kant's Critique of Practical Reason and Other Works on the Theory of Ethics 1898

The Metaphysics of Ethics by Kant 1898

An Enquiry concerning human understanding, and selections from A treatise of human nature by David Hume. With Hume's autobiography and a letter from Adam Smith 1912

An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals by David Hume 1900

The Philosophy of Atheism by Emma Goldman 1916

Emile by Jean Jacques Rousseau

The Science of Knowledge by Johann Gottlieb Fichte 1889

Hegel's Philosophy of Mind 1894

Hegel's Esthetics- A Critical Exposition 1885

The Methods of Ethics - Sidgwick 1884

The Ethics of Conformity and Subscription by Henry Sidgwick 1870

Selections from the Writings of Kierkegaard 1923

FEAR AND TREMBLING - Kierkegaard

For Self-Examination And Judge For Yourselves And Three Discourses 1851 Kierkegaard

Thus Spake Zarathustra: A Book for All and None
by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - 1896 - 470 pages

The Case of Wagner: The Twilight of the Idols; Nietsche Contra Wagner
by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Thomas Common - 1896 - 341 pages

The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche
by Henry Louis Mencken - 1908 - 311 pages

The Will to Freedom: Or, The Gospel of Nietzsche and the Gospel of Christ
by John Neville Figgis - 1917 - 310 pages

Nietzsche
by Paul Elmer More - 1912 - 80 pages

The Gospel of Superman: The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche
by Henri Lichtenberger, John McFarland Kennedy - 1912

On the Future of Our Educational Institutions: Homer and Classical Philology
by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, John McFarland Kennedy - Education - 1909 - 160 pages

Nietzsche, His Life and Works
by Anthony Mario Ludovici - 1916 - 91 pages

The Gist of Nietzsche
by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - 1910 - 50 pages

Nietzsche and Other Exponents of Individualism
by Paul Carus 1914 - 161 pages

Egoists, a Book of Supermen: Stendahl, Baudelaire, Flaubert, Anatole France
by James Gibbon Huneker, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Henrik Ibsen- 1909 - 362 pages
Partly republished from various periodicals.

What Nietzsche Taught
by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Willard Huntington Wright - 1915 - 323 pages

Prophets of Dissent: Essays on Maeterlinck, Strindberg, Nietzsche and Tolstoy
by Otto Heller - 1918 - 210 pages

THE NIETZSCHE-WAGNER CORRESPONDENCE
by ELIZABETH FOERSTER-NITETZSCHE - 1921

The birth of tragedy, or Hellenism and pessimism (1923) Nietzsche

On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense (text format)

The Books of Occult Philosophy by Henry Cornelius Agrippa 1898

Ilias: Cum prolegomenis et annotatione critica (Greek Text)
by Homer, Jan Leeuwen, Maurits Benjamin Mendes da Costa - 1907

Plato's Republic: The Greek Text (Volume 2)
by Plato, Benjamin Jowett, Lewis Campbell - Political science - 1894

The Theaetetus of Plato (Greek Text and English Notes)
by Plato, Lewis Campbell 1883

Tragic Drama in Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Shakespeare: An Essay
by Lewis Campbell - 1904

Sophocles
by Lewis Campbell 1879

Traces of Greek Philosophy and Roman Law in the New Testament
by Edward Hicks - 1896

Sophocles: The Plays and Fragments
by Sophocles, Lewis Campbell - 1871

Apology of Socrates and Crito: With Extracts from the Phaedo and Symposium
by Plato - 1908

Plato, with an English Translation
(Greek texts in this volume is based on Codex Clarkianus and Codex Venetus)
By Plato, Harold North Fowler 1921

The Republic of Plato
by Plato, James Adam 1900

The Development of Greek Philosophy
by Robert Adamson 1908

The Works of Plato: A New and Literal Version, Volume 5
by Plato - Philosophy - 1859

Phædo: Or, The Immortality of the Soul
by Plato, Charles Stuart Stanford 1854

The Phaedrus of Plato
by Plato, William Hepworth Thompson 1868

Platonis Dialogi secundum Thrasylli tetralogias dispositi
by Plato, Karl Friedrich Hermann - 1877

Plato and Platonism: A Series of Lectures
by Walter Pater 1893

Socratic Discourses
by Plato, Xenophon - 1913

The Dialogues of Plato (Volume 2, 3, 4)
by Plato, Benjamin Jowett 1872

Select Dialogues of Plato: A New and Literal Version, Chiefly from the Text of Stallbaum 1877

The Trial and Death of Socrates: Being the Euthyphron, Apology, Crito and Phaedo
by Plato, Frederick John Church - 1887

Memorabilia of Socrates
by Xenophon, Rensselaer David Chanceford Robbins - 1863

Socrates and Christ: A Study in the Philosophy of Religion
by Robert Mark Wenley 1889

Xenophon's Memoirs of Socrates: With the Defence of Socrates, Before His Judges (translated from the original Greek) (first 372 pages)
by Xenophon, Sarah Fielding - 1762

The Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle translated with critical notes by J.E.C. Welldon M.A. 1897

The Metaphysics of Aristotle - Literally Translated from the Greek with Notes, analysis, questions and index
by John Henry MacMahon 1896

The Politics of Aristotle with an Introduction, Two Prefatory Essays and Notes Critical and Explanatory Volume 4
by William Lambert Newman 1902

Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of Aristotle's Scientific Writings
by George Henry Lewes 1864

Aristotle on His Predecessors, Being the First Book of His Metaphysics (first 158 pages)
by A. E. Taylor 1910

The Politics and Economics of Aristotle
by Aristotle, John Gillies 1853

Aristotelis Organon graece 1844 (Theodorus Waitz)

The Organon, Or: Logical Treatises, of Aristotle

Christianity and Greek Philosophy by B.F. Cocker D.D.
1872

A Brief History of Greek Philosophy
by Benjamin Chapman Burt 1889

A Study of Greek Philosophy

Plus you get:

Over 50 Books Scanned from the Originals into PDF (Acrobat) format by and about Women Philosophers and Thinkers
Woman in Science by John Zahm 1913

A Serious Proposal to the Ladies for the Advancement of their True and Greatest Interest by Mary Astell 1697

The Case of Moderation and occasional communion represented by way of caution to the true sons of the Church of England by Mary Astell 1705

Moderation Truly Stated: A Review of a Late Pamphlet Entitul'd 'Moderation a Vertue' with a Prefatory Discourse to Dr D'Avenant Concerning His Late Essays on Peace and War by Mary Astell 1704

An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex by Mary Astell 1696

Letters Concerning the Love of God by Mary Astell 1705

Studies in General Science by Antoinette Brown Blackwell 1869

Margaret Fuller and Goethe 1910

My Path to Atheism by Annie Wood Besant 1885

Why I became a Theosophist by Annie Wood Besant

The Physical Basis of Immortality by Antoinette Brown Blackwell

The Sexes Throughout Nature by Antoinette Brown Blackwell 1875

The Philosophy of Individuality by Antoinette Brown Blackwell 1893

A Woman's Philosophy of Woman by Jenny d'Héricourt 1864

The Soul of Woman- an Interpretation of the Philosophy of Feminism by Paul Smith 1916

The Learned Lady in England 1650-1760 by Myra Reynolds

The Works of George Eliot Volume 1 1910

The Works of George Eliot Volume 2 1910

The Works of George Eliot Volume 3 1910

The Works of George Eliot Volume 4 1910

The Works of George Eliot Volume 5 1910

The Social Significance of the Modern Drama by Emma Goldman 1914

Deportation, its Meaning and Menace by Emma Goldman 1919

The Philosophy of Atheism by Emma Goldman 1916

Anarchism and other essays by Emma Goldman 1917

(ANARCHISM - WHAT IT REALLY STANDS FOR, MINORITIES VERSUS MAJORITIES, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE, PRISONS: A SOCIAL CRIME AND FAILURE, PATRIOTISM: A MENACE TO LIBERTY, FRANCISCO FERRER AND THE MODERN SCHOOL, THE HYPOCRISY OF PURITANISM, THE TRAFFIC IN WOMEN, WOMAN SUFFRAGE, THE TRAGEDY OF WOMAN'S EMANCIPATION)

World-Noted Women by Mary Clark 1858

The Accumulation of Capital by Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919)

Observations on the Reflections of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke Concerning the French Revolution by Catherine Macaulay 1791

Household Education by Harriet Martineau 1849

Illustrations of Political Economy Vol 8 by Harriet Martineau 1834 (some pages hard to read)

Letters on the laws of man's nature and development by Harriet Martineau 1851

The Lessons of a Life by Harriet Martineau 1877

Freethinkers of the Nineteenth Century (mentions Harriet Martineau) 1920, by Janet Courtney

Views of Society and Manners in America by Frances Wright 1821

A Few Days in Athens by Frances Wright 1822

Significs and Language: the Articulate form of our Expressive and Interpretive Resources by Lady Victoria Welby 1911

What is Meaning by Lady Victoria Welby 1903

Grains of Sense by Lady Victoria Welby 1897

Links and Clues by Lady Victoria Welby 1881

The life and letters of St. Teresa Volume 2 by Henry James Coleridge 1887

The life and letters of St. Teresa Volume 3 by Henry James Coleridge 1887

Pragmatism and French voluntarism, with especial reference to the notion of truth in the development of French philosophy from Maine de Biran to Professor Bergson By L. Susan Stebbing 1914

The Influence of Literature Upon Society by Anne Louise Germaine de Staël 1835 (some of it hard to read)

The Constitution of Man, co-written by Anne Louise Germaine de Staël 1845

The Woman's Bible by Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Woman Church and State by Matilday Joslyn Gage 1893

Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft

Vindication of the Rights of Man by Mary Wollstonecraft

The Last Man, Volume 1, by Mary Wollstonecraft 1826

The Last Man, Volume 2, by Mary Wollstonecraft 1826

The Last Man, Volume 3, by Mary Wollstonecraft 1826

A Study of Mary Wollstonecraft and the Rights of Woman by Emma Rauschenbusch 1898

Lodore by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley 1835

Tales and Stories by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley 1891

An historical and moral view of the origin and progress of the French Revolution by Mary Shelley 1794

Unity of Good by Mary Baker Eddy 1908

Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy

Fifty Books on the Cosmological, Teleological, Ontological Arguments for God, plus the Argument from Morality
The Ontological Argument is an a priori attempt to prove that God is a being of which no greater thing exists or can be thought of. Therefore, since we can conceive of God as the greatest of all things that exist, then God must exist.

The Idea of God, an inquiry concerning the practical content of the ontological proof of the existence of God by James Palmer 1904

Meditations of First Philosophy by Rene Descartes (Searchable PDF)
But now, if just because I can draw the idea of something from my thought, it follows that all which I know
clearly and distinctly as pertaining to this object does really belong to it, may I not derive from this an
argument demonstrating the existence of God? It is certain that I no less find the idea of God, that is to say,
the idea of a supremely perfect Being, in me, than that of any figure or number whatever it is; and I do not
know any less clearly and distinctly that an [actual and] eternal existence pertains to this nature than I know
that all that which I am able to demonstrate of some figure or number truly pertains to the nature of this figure
or number, and therefore, although all that I concluded in the preceding Meditations were found to be false,
the existence of God would pass with me as at least as certain as I have ever held the truths of mathematics
(which concern only numbers and figures) to be.

The Devotions of Saint Anselm 1903 (Searchable PDF)
Anselm was one of the first to propose the Ontological Argument

IN BEHALF OF THE FOOL - AN ANSWER TO THE ARGUMENT OF ANSELM IN THE PROSLOGIUM by Guanilo (Searchable PDF)
This is one of the earliest recorded objections to Anselm's argument was raised by one of Anselm's contemporaries, Gaunilo of Marmoutiers, who invited his readers to conceive of the greatest, or most perfect, island. As a matter of fact, it is likely that no such island actually exists. However, his argument would then say that we are not thinking of the greatest conceivable island, because the greatest conceivable island would exist, as well as having all those other desirable properties. Note that this is merely a direct application of Anselm's own premise that existence is a perfection. Since we can conceive of this greatest or most perfect conceivable island, it must exist.

The Critique of Pure Reason Volume 1 by Imanuel Kant (Searchable PDF)
The Critique of Pure Reason Volume 2 by Imanuel Kant (Searchable PDF)
Kant put forward a key refutation of the ontological argument in the Critique of Pure Reason.

Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion by David Hume (Searchable PDF)
Another objection to the argument.

Summa Theologica by Thomas Aquinas Volume 1 (Searchable PDF)
Summa Theologica by Thomas Aquinas Volume 2 (Searchable PDF)
Summa Theologica by Thomas Aquinas Volume 3 (Searchable PDF)
Summa Theologica by Thomas Aquinas Volume 4 (Searchable PDF)
St. Thomas Aquinas criticises the argument in his Summa.

New Essays Concerning Human Understanding 1896 by Leibniz (Searchable PDF)
Leibniz supported the argument in this huge book.

Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion Volume 1 by Hegel 1895
Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion Volume 2 by Hegel 1895
Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion Volume 3 by Hegel 1895
Hegel touches on and seems to support the argument, specifically volumes 2 and 3.

The Persistent Problems of Philosophy by Mary Calkins 1908 (Searchable PDF)
Cosmological argument - The basic premise of all of these is that something caused the Universe to exist, and this First Cause must be God.

Aristotle - Works (searchable PDF)
Organon I Categories
Organon II - On Interpretation
Organon III - Prior Analytics
Organon IV - Posterior Analytics
Organon V Topics
Organon VI - On Sophistical Refutations
Physics
On the Heavens
On Generation and Corruption
Meteorology
On the Soul
Parva Naturalis
History of Animals
On the Parts of Animals
On the Motion of Animals
On the Gait of Animals
On the Generation of Animals
Metaphysics
Nicomachean Ethics
Politics
Athenian Constitution
Rhetoric
Poetics

The Idea of God in the Light of Recent Philosophy by A. Seth Pattison 1917 (Searchable PDF)
(Deals with the Cosmological argument and others)

Christian Evidence Lectures 1880

Plato Against the Atheists (the Uncaused Cause)

Monadology and Other Philosophical Writings 1898 by Leibniz

Hodge's Systematic Theology Volume 1 1873
P. 207 Principle of Sufficient Cause. — Nature of Causation. — Intuitive Conviction of the Necessity of a Cause for every Effect. — The World is an Effect. — Hume's Objection to the Cosmological Argument

Systematic Theology by John Miley 1892 (Searchable PDF) p.76

Thirty Thousand Thoughts (Christian Evidences) 1885 by HDM Spence (Searchable PDF)

A System of Natural Theism by Leander Sylvester Keyser by 1917 (Searchable PDF)

A Treatise of Human Nature by David Hume (Searchable PDF)

The Kantian epistemology and theism by Caspar Wistar Hodge 1894 (Searchable PDF)

Basic Ideas in Religion by Richard Micou 1916
The Teleological Argument

A teleological argument, or argument from design, is an argument for the existence of God or a creator based on perceived evidence of order, purpose, design, or direction — or some combination of these — in nature.

On the Nature of the Gods by Cicero (one of the earliest known teleological arguments) 1878 (Searchable PDF)

The City of God by Augustine Volume 1 (Searchable PDF) 1913

The City of God by Augustine Volume 2 (Searchable PDF) 1913

Natural Theology by William Paley 1881 (Searchable PDF)

Selections from the literature of Theism by A. Caldecott 1904 (Searchable PDF)
I. The Ontological Argument: Anselm .
11. Some Points in Scholastic Theology From Thomas Aquinas .
III. The Existence of God : Descartes
IV. God as Infinite Substance : Spinoza
V. Mysticism : The Cambridge Platonists
VI. God as Eternal Mind : Berkeley .
VII. Religion in the Critical Philosophy Kant
VIII. Romanticism : Schleiermacher
IX. God seen in the Beautiful: Cousin
X. Religion as Sociology: Comte
XI. Agnosticism : Mansel
XII. The Personality of God : Lotze .
XIII. Ethical Theism : Martineau .
XIV. The Teleological Argument : Janet

Theism by Robert Flint 1876 (Searchable PDF)
THE THEISTIC EVIDENCE COMPLEX AND COMPREHENSIVE,INTUITION, FEELING, BELIEF, AND KNOWLEDGE IN RELIGION,
THE THEOLOGICAL INFERENCE FROM THE THEORY OF ENERGY,
THE HISTORY OF THE AETIOLOGICAL ARGUMENT,
MATHEMATICS AND THE DESIGN ARGUMENT, .
ASTRONOMY AND THE DESIGN ARGUMENT,
CHEMISTRY AND THE DESIGN ARGUMENT,
GEOLOGY, GEOGRAPHY, ETC., AND THE DESIGN ARGUMENT

Problems of Philosophy or, Principles of Epistemology and Metaphysics by James Hyslop 1905 (Searchable PDF)
"The Teleological Argument. — Kant, as we know, estimated this more highly than any other argument. With his conception of the problem as discussed in the cosmological and "ontological" methods this judgment was correct enough. But I cannot help thinking that it is less important and cogent than the aetiological and ontological arguments as I have defined them."

Theologia or The doctrine of God by Revere Weidner 1902 (Searchable PDF)
THE SO-CALLED PROOFS OF THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
1. BELIEF IN THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
2. THE COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
3. THE TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
4. THE HISTORICAL ARGUMENT
5. THE ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
6. THE MORAL ARGUMENT
7. THE RELIGIOUS ARGUMENT

Philosophy and Theology by James Stirling 1890 (Searchable PDF)

A critique of design-arguments by Lewis Hick 1883 (Searchable PDF)

The Challenge of the Universe, a Popular Restatement of the Argument from Design 1918 by Charles Shebbeare 1918 (Searchable PDF)

Argument from Morality
This argument comes in different forms, all aiming to demonstrate God’s existence from some observations about morality in the world.

God, the Soul, and a Future State by Thomas Cooper 1873

The Christian view of God and the World by James Orr 1893

The Moral Argument of Theism in the Harvard Theological Review 1911 (Searchable PDF)

Moral Values and the Idea of God 1919

Christian ethics; or, Moral philosophy on the principles of divine revelation by Ralph Wardlaw - 1834

Systematic Theology by A.H. Strong 1907

Methodist Quarterly Review, 1860 - The Moral Argument for Immortality

Plus you get:

The God of Philosophy by Francis Aveling 1906

Belief in God by Alfred Momerie 1886

The Philosophy of the Bible 1918 by David Neumark

Christianity and Greek Philosophy by B.F. Cocker D.D.
1872

The Philosophy of Atheism by Emma Goldman 1916