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1 1922 Historical Tales, V5: German by MORRIS 480P 7:59:26
2 1893 History of Modern Philosophy From Nicolas of Cusa to Present Time by Falckenberg 983P 16:23
3 1894 Kingdom of God By Tolstoy 799P 13:18:24
4 1880 Theories of Darwin & Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, & Morality by Schmid 463P 7:43
5 1898 3 books of occult Philosophy or Magic by von Nettesheim 362P 6:02
6 1922 Tractatus by Wittgenstein 255P 4:14:32
7 Controversy by Shopenhauer 194P 3:13:34
8 1903 Feuerbach: roots of socialist philosophy by Engels 105P 2:45
9 1819 Essays of Arthur Schopenhauer: Religion, Dialogue, Etc by Schopenhauer 131P 2:11
10 Kandinsky by Ball 84P 1:24
11 1714 Monadology by Leibniz 53P 52:43
2 Biography/Autobiography 4
32 1914 Prussian Officer by Lawrence 452P 7:31:53
33 1783 - 1816 Selected Letters of Ludwig van Beethoven 1770 - 1827 212P 3:31:33
34 1923 Kepler by BRYANT 108P 1:47:30
35 1898 Full Revelations of Professional Rat-Catcher by Ike Matthews 72P 1:11:32
36 1858 History of Friedrich 2 of Prussia - V1-22 By Carlyle 41P 41Min
3 Religion 5
39 1891 Mysteries of Rosie Cross Or, History of that Curious Sect of Middle Ages, Known as Rosicrucians: with Examples of their Pretensions & Writings of Their Leaders & Disciples by Anonymous 184P 3:04
4 Famous Writers
2 1893 History of Modern Philosophy From Nicolas of Cusa to Present Time by Falckenberg, Richard 245,870W 983 16:23
1 TRANSITION FROM NICOLAS OF CUSA TO DESCARTES
1 Nicolas of Cusa
2 Revival of Ancient Philosophy & Opposition to it
3 Italian Philosophy of Nature
4 Philosophy of State & of Law
5 Skepticism in France
6 German Mysticism
7 Foundation of Modern Physics
8 1650s Philosophy in England to
1 Bacon's Predecessors
2 Bacon
3 Hobbes
4 Lord Herbert of Cherbury
9 Preliminary Survey
2 Descartes to Kant
1 DESCARTES
1 Principles
2 Nature
3 Man
2 DEVELOPMENT & TRANSFORMATION OF CARTESIANISM IN NETHERLANDS & IN FRANCE
1 Occasionalism: Geulincx
2 Spinoza
1 Substance, Attributes, & Modes
2 Anthropology: Cognition & Passions
3 Practical Philosophy
3 Pascal, Malebranche, Bayle
3 LOCKE
1 Theory of Knowledge
2 Practical Philosophy
4 1700s ENGLISH PHILOSOPHY
1 Natural Philosophy & Psychology
2 Deism
3 Moral Philosophy
4 Theory of Knowledge
1 Berkeley
2 Hume
3 Scottish School
5 FRENCH ILLUMINATION
1 Entrance of English Doctrines
2 Theoretical & Practical Sensationalism
3 Skepticism & Materialism
4 Rousseau's Conflict with Illumination
6 LEIBNITZ
1 Metaphysics: Monads, Representation, Pre-established Harmony: Laws of Thought & World
2 Organic World
3 Man: Cognition & Volition
4 Theology & Theodicy
7 GERMAN ILLUMINATION
1 Contemporaries of Leibnitz
2 Christian Wolff
3 Illumination as Scientific & Popular Philosophy
4 Faith Philosophy
3 From Kant to Present Time %
1 KANT
1 Theory of Knowledge
1 Pure Intuitions
2 Concepts & Principles of Pure Understanding
3 Reason's Ideas of Unconditioned
2 Theory of Ethics
3 Theory of Beautiful & Ends in Nature
1 Aesthetic Judgment
2 Teleological Judgment
4 From Kant to Fichte
2 FICHTE
1 Science of Knowledge
1 Problem
2 3 Principles
3 Theoretical Ego
4 Practical Ego
2 Science of Ethics & of Right
3 Fichte's 2nd Period: his View of History & his Theory of Religion
3 SCHELLING
1
1 Philosophy of Nature
2 Transcendental Philosophy
2 System of Identity
3
1 Doctrine of Freedom
2 Philosophy of Mythology & Revelation
4 SCHELLING'S CO-WORKERS
1 Philosophers of Nature
2 Philosophers of Identity: F Krause
3 Philosophers of Religion: Baader & Schleiermacher
5 HEGEL
1 Hegel's View of World & his Method
2 System
1 Logic
2 Philosophy of Nature
3 Doctrine of Subjective Spirit
4 Doctrine of Objective Spirit
5 Absolute Spirit
6 OPPOSITION TO CONSTRUCTIVE IDEALISM: FRIES, HERBART, SCHOPENHAUER
1 Psychologists: Fries & Beneke
2 Realism: Herbart
3 Pessimism: Schopenhauer
7 PHILOSOPHY OUT OF GERMANY
1 Italy
2 France
3 Great Britain & America
4 Sweden, Norway, Denmark, & Holland
8 GERMAN PHILOSOPHY SINCE DEATH OF HEGEL
1 From Division of Hegelian School to Materialistic Controversy
2 New Systems: Trendelenburg, Fechner, Lotze, & Hartmann
3 From Revival of Kantian Philosophy to Present Time
1 Neo-Kantianism, Positivism, & Kindred Phenomena
2 Idealistic Reaction against Scientific Spirit
3 Special Philosophical Sciences
4 Retrospect
1 Historical Tales, Vol V: German
by Charles MORRIS 1833 - 1922
120,000W 480 7:59:26
1 Hermann, Hero of Germany
2 Alboin & Rosamond
3 Career of Grimoald
4 Wittekind, Saxon Patriot
5 Raids of Sea-Rovers
6 Career of Bishop Hatto
7 Misfortunes of Duke Ernst
8 Reign of Otto 2
9 Fortunes of Henry 4
10 Anecdotes of Mediaeval Germany
11 Frederick Barbarossa & Milan
12 Crusade of Frederick 2
13 Fall of Ghibellines
14 Tribunal of Holy Vehm
15 William Tell & Swiss Patriots
16 Black Death & Flagellants
17 Swiss at Morgarten
18 Mad Emperor
19 Sempach & Arnold Winkelried
20 Ziska, Blind Warrior
21 Siege of Belgrade
22 Luther & Indulgences
23 Solyman Magnificent at Guntz
24 Peasants & Anabaptists
25 Fortunes of Wallenstein
26 End of 2 Great Soldiers
27 Siege of Vienna
28 Youth of Frederick Great
29 Voltaire & Frederick Great
30 Scenes from 7 Year's War
31 Patriots of Tyrol
32 Old Empire & New
3 1894 Kingdom of God
By Leo Tolstoy
199,750W 799 13:18:24 339M
1 Doctrine of nonresistence to Evil by force has been professed by a minority of men since beginning of Christianity
2 Criticism of Doctine of Nonresistence to Evil by force on part of Believers & Non Believers
3 Christianity misunderstood by believers
4 Christianity misunderstood by Men of Science
5 Contradiction between our life & our Christian Concience
6 Attitude of Men of Present Day to War
7 Significance of Compulsory Service
8 Doctrine of Non-Resistence to Evil by Force must inevitably be accepted by Men of Today
9 Acceptance of Christian conception of Life will emancipate us from Miseries of Pagan Life
10 Evil can't be suppressed by Government, Moral Progress comes not just from Individuals but Establishment of Public Opinion
11 Christian conception of life already arisen in our society & will replace present system of life based on force
12 Repent for Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand
6 1922 Tractatus
by Ludwig Wittgenstein 1889-1951
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1 world is everything that is case
2 world is totality of facts, not of things
3 world is determined by facts, & by these being all
4 totality of facts determines both what is & isn't case
5 facts in logical space are world
6 world divides into facts
7 Any one can either be case or not be case, & everything else remain same
8 What is case, fact, is existence of atomic facts
9 atomic fact is a combination of objects (entities, things)
10 essential to a thing that it can be a constituent part of an atomic Fact
11 In Logic Nothing is Accidental
7 Controversy
by Arthur Shopenhauer 1788 - 1860
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1 Preliminary: Logic & Dialect
2 Basis of All Dialectic
3 Stratagems 1-10
4 Stratagems 11-20
5 Section 5
6 Stratagems 31-8
7 Comparative Place of - Beauty in Works of Art
8 Psychological Observations
9 On Wisdom of Life: Aphorisms
10 Genius & Virtue
8 1903 Feuerbach: roots of socialist philosophy
by Engels, Friedrich
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1 FEUERBACH 1
2 APPENDIX MARX ON FEUERBACH
4 1880 Theories of Darwin & Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, & Morality by Schmid, Rudolf 115,737W 463 7:43
1 DARWINIAN THEORIES
1 PURELY SCIENTIFIC THEORIES
1 Scientific Problem
1 Direct Predecessors
2 Indirect Preparations
2 Rise of Darwinian Theories
1 Darwin
2 Followers of Darwin, Ernst Häckel
3 Modifications of Theory Moriz Wagner Wigand
3 History of Darwinian Theories
4 Present State of Darwinian Theories
1 Theory of Descent
2 Theory of Evolution: Archæology, Ethnography, Philology
3 Theory of Selection
2 PHILOSOPHIC COMPLETIONS & CONSEQUENCES OF DARWINIAN THEORIES
1 Philosophic Problems
2 NATURO-PHILOSOPHIC SUPPLEMENTS OF DARWINIAN THEORIES
1 Origin of Self-Consciousness & Free Moral Self-Determination
2 Origin of Sensation & Consciousness
3 Origin of Life
4 Elements of World: Theory of Atoms, & Mechanical View of World
3 METAPHYSICAL CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FROM DARWINIAN THEORIES
1 Elimination of Idea of Design in World Monism
   
2 POSITION OF DARWINIAN THEORIES IN REFERENCE TO RELIGION & MORALITY
1 HISTORICAL & CRITICAL
1 Plan of Treatment
2 DARWINIAN THEORIES & RELIGION
3 More Or Less Negative Position in Reference To Religion
1 Extreme Negation: L Büchner & Consistent Materialism
2 Replacement of Religion Through a Religious Worship of Universe Strauss Oskar Schmidt Häckel
3 Pious Renunciation of Knowability of God Wilhelm Bleek Albert Lange Herbert Spencer
4 Spinoza & Hegel in Garb of Darwin Carneri, Ed von Hartmann
5 Reëcho of Negation on Side of Christian View of World
4 Reform of Religion, or at Least of Science of Religion, Through Darwinism
1 Heinrich Lang Friedrich Vischer Gustav Jäger
5 Peace Between Religion & Darwinism
1 Darwin Wallace Owen Asa Gray Mivart McCosh Anderson K E von Baer Alexander Braun Braubach, & others
2 THEORIES & MORALITY
1 Preliminary View 228
2 Antagonism Between Darwinism & Morality
1 Objections to Darwinism from an Ethical Standpoint
3 Reform of Morality Through Darwinism
1 Materialists & Monists Darwin & English Utilitarians Gustav Jäger
4 Neutrality & Peace Between Darwinism & Morality
1 Mivart Alexander Braun, & others
2 ANALYTICAL
3 Preliminary View
3 THEORIES & RELIGION
1 Darwinian Theories & Theistic View of World
1 Position of Purely Scientific Darwinism in Reference to Theism
2 Scientific Investigation & Theism Idea of Creation
3 Descent Theory & Theism
4 Evolution Theory & Theism
5 Selection Theory & Theism
6 Darwinistic Philosophies in their Position Regarding Theism
7 Naturo-Philosophic Supplements of Darwinism & Theism
8 Elimination of Idea of Design, or its Acknowledgment & Theism
2 Darwinian Theories & Positive Christianity
1 Creation of World
2 Creation of Man
3 Primitive Condition of Man Paradise, Fall of Man, & Primitive History
4 Providence, Hearing of Prayer, & Miracles
5 Redeemer & Redemption, Kingdom of God, & Receiving of Salvation
6 Eschatology
4 THEORIES & MORALITY
1 Darwinism & Moral Principles
1 Darwinistic Naturalism & Moral Principles
2 Scientific Darwinism & Moral Principles
2 Darwinism & Moral Life
1 Darwinistic Naturalism & Moral Life
2 Scientific Naturalism & Moral Life
5 1898 Three books of occult Philosophy or Magic by von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa 90,536W 362 6:02
1 Early Life of Agrippa 15
2 Cornelius Agrippa to Reader 25

3 Agrippa to Trithemius 28

4 Trithemius to Agrippa 31
 
5 Natural Magic
1 Eoiu Magicians Collect Virtues from Three- fold World, is Declared in these Three Books
2 What Magic Is, What are Parts thereof, & Hoiu Professors thereof must he Qualified
3 Four Elements, their Qualities, & Mut- ual Mixtions
4 3-fold Consideration of Elements
5 Wonderful Natures of Fire & Earth
6 Wonderful Natures of Water, Air & Winds
7 Kinds of Compounds, what Relation they stand in to Elements, & what Relation there is betwixt Elements themselves & Soul, Senses & Dispositions of Men
8 How Elements are in Heavens, in Stars, in Devils, in Angels, & , lastly, in God himself
9 Of Virtues of things Natural, depending immediately upon Elements
10 Of Occult Virtues of Tilings
11 Hoiv Occult Virtues are Infused into several kinds of Things by Ideas, through Help of Soul of World, & Bays of Stars: & what Things abound most luith this Virtue
12 How it is that Particular Virtues are Infused into Particular Individuals, even of same Species
13 Whence Occult Virtues of Things Proceed
14 Of Spirit of World, What It Is, & how by loay of medium It Unites occult Virtues to their Subjects
15 How we must Find Out & Examine Vir- tues of Tilings by way of Similitude
16 Hoio Operations of several Virtues Pass from one thing into another, & are Com- municated one to other
17 How by Enmity & Friendship Virtues of things are to be Tried & Found Out
18 Of Inclinations of Enmities
19 How Virtues of Tilings are to be Tried & Found Out, which are in them Specifically, or in any one Individual by ivay of Special Gift
20 Natural Virtues are in some Things throughout their Whole Substance, & in other Things in Certain Parts & Members
21 Virtues of Things luhich are in them only in their Life Time, & Such as Remain in them even After their Death
22 Hmo Inferior Things are Subjected to Supe- rior Bodies, & hoiv Bodies, Actions, & Dispositions of Men are Ascribed to Stars & Signs
23 Haw we shall Know what Stars Natural Things are Under, & what Things are Under Sun, which are called Solary
24 What Things are Lunary, or Under Power of Moon
25 What Things are Saturnine, or Under Poioer of Saturn
26 What Things are Under Power of Jupi- ter, & are called Jovial
27 What Things are Under Power of Mars, & are called Martial
28 What Things are Under Power of Venus, & are called Venereal
29 What Things are Under Power of Mer- cury, & are called Mercurial
30 That Whole Sublunary World, & those Things which are in It, are Distributed to Planets
31 How Provinces & Kingdoms are Distributed to Planets
32 What Things are Under Signs, Fixed Stars, & their Images
33 Seals & Characters of Natural Things
34 Hoiu, by Natural Things & their Virtues, we may Draw Forth & Attract Influ- ences & Virtues of Celestial Bodies
35 Of Mixtions of Natural Things, one with another, & their Benefit
36 Of Union of Mixed Things, & Introduction of a More Noble Form, & Senses of Life
37 How, by some certain Natural & Artificial Preparations, We May Attract certain Celestial & Vital Gifts
38 Eoio We May Draw not only Celestial & Vital but also certain Intellectual & Divine Gifts from Above
39 That We May, by some certain Matters of World, Stir Up Gods of World & their Ministering Spirits
40 Of Bindings: ivhat Sort tJiey are of, & in what Ways they are wont to be Done
41 Sorceries, & their Power
42 Wonderful Virtues of some Kinds of Sorceries
43 Perfumes or Suffumigations: their Man- ner & Poioer
44 Composition of some Fumes appropri- ated to Planets
45 Gollyries, Unctions, Love-Medicines, & their Virtues
46 Natural Alligations & Suspensions
47 Magical Rings & their Compositions
48 Virtue of Places, & what Places are Suitable to every Star
49 Light, Colors, Candles & Lamps, & to lohat Stars, Houses & Elements sev- eral Colors are Ascribed
50 Fascination, & Art thereof
51 certain Observations, Producing wonderful Virtues
52 Countenance & Gesture, Habit & Figure of Body, & to what Stars any of these do Answer: whence Physiognomy, & Metoposcopy, & Chiromancy, Arts of Divination, have their Grounds
53 Divination, & Kinds thereof
54 divers certain Animals, & other things, which have a Signification in Auguries
55 How Auspicias are Verified by Light of Nat- ural Instinct, & of some Bules of Finding of It Out
56 Soothsayings of Flashes & Light- nings, & how Monstrous & Prodigious Tilings are to be Interpreted
57 Geomancy, Hydromancy, Aeromancy, & Pyromancy, Four Divinations of Elements
58 Reviving of Dead, & of Sleeping or Hibernating (wanting victuals) Many Years together
59 Of Divination by Dreams
60 Madness, & Divinations ivhich are made when men are awake, & of Power of Melancholy Humor, by which Spirits are sometimes induced into Men's Bodies
61 Forming of Man, of External Senses, also those Inward, & Mind: & Threefold Appetite of Soul, & Passions of Will
62 Passions of Mind, their Original Source, Differences, & Kinds
63 How Passions of Mind change proper Body by changing its Accidents & moving Spirit
64 How Passions of Mind change Body by toay of Imitation from some Resemblance: of Transforming & Translating of Men, & lohat Force Imaginative Power hath, not only over Body but Soul
65 Eoiv Passions of Mind can Work of themselves upon Another's Body
66 That Passions of Mind are Helped by Celestial Season, & hoiu Necessary Constancy of Mind is in every Work
67 How Mind of Man may be Joined with Mind of Stars, & Intelligences of Celestials, & , together with them Impress certain ivonderful Virtues upon inferior Things
68 How our Mind can Change & Bind inferior Things to Ends ivhich we Desire
69 Speech, & Occult Virtue of Words
70 Virtue of Proper Names
71 many Words joined together, as in Sen- tences & Verses: & Virtues & Astrictions of Charms
72 wonderful Power of Enchantments
73 Virtue of Writing, & Making Imprecations, & Inscriptions
74 Proportion, Correspondency, & Re- duction of Letters to Celestial Signs & Planets, According to various Tongues, & Table thereof
6 LIST OF CONTENTS
1 By Henry Morley Griticism on Agrippa's Natural Magic
2 Agrippa & Bosicrucians
3 Exposition of Cabala
4 Neiv Table of Cabala & Tarot (specially compiled)
5 Miriflc Word
6 Beuchlin Mystic
7 Agrippa Expounds Beuchlin
8 Nobility of Woman
9 Original & Selected Order of Empyr'ean Heaven
10 Symbols of Alchemists
11 Magic Mirror, a Message to Mystics
9 1819 Essays of Arthur Schopenhauer: Religion, a Dialogue, Etc
by Schopenhauer, Arthur 1788-1860
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1 RELIGION: A DIALOGUE
2 FEW WORDS ON PANTHEISM
3 BOOKS & READING
4 PHYSIOGNOMY
5 PSYCHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS
6 CHRISTIAN SYSTEM
10 Kandinsky (German Edition)
by Ball, Hugo 1866-1944
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11 1714 Monadology
by Gottfried Leibniz 1646 - 1716
13,250W 53 52:43 24 1M
13 1845 11 Theses of Feuerbach
By Karl Marx 1818 - 83
1,750W 7 6:37 3M
14 1848 Communist Manifesto
By Karl Marx 1818 - 83
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1 Bourgeois & Proletarians
2 Proletarians & Communists
3 Socialist & Communist Literature
12 1886 Capital, Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production V1 By Karl Marx 1818 - 83 310,000W 1,240 20:39:14 1 05G
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1 Commodities as such
2 process of commodity exchange
3
1 Money, or circulation of commodities
2 Total or expanded value of Commodity
3 General form of value
4 Fetishism of Commodities & Secrecy Thereof
2 Exchange
3
1 Money or Circulation of Commodities S1 Measure of Values
2
1 Medium of Circulation a Metamorphosis of Commodities
2 Currency of Money
3 Coins & Symbols of Value
3
1 Money, Introduction & Hoarding
2 Means of Payment
3 Universal Money
2
1 Transfermation of Money & Capital C4 General Formula for Capital
2 Contradictions in General Formula of Capital
3 Buying & Selling of Labour Power
3
1
1 Production of Absolute Surplus Value C7
2 Labour Process & Process of Producing Surplus Value
3 Production of Surplus Value
2 Contant Capital & Variable Capital
3
1 Rate of Surplus Value S1 Degree of Exploitation of Labour Value
2 Representation of Components of ov value of product by corresponding components of product itself
3 Senior's Last Hour
4 Surplus-Produce
4
1 Working-Day S1 Limits of Working-Day
2 Greed for Surplus-Labour Manufacturer & Boyard
3 Branches of English Industry Without Legal Limits to Exploitation
4 Day & Night Work Relay System
5 1350 - 1700 Struggle for a Normal Working-Day Compulsory Laws for Extension of Working-Day
6 1833 - 64 Struggle for Normal Work Day Limitation by Law of Work Time English Facctory Acts
7 Struggle for Normal Working-Day Re-action of English Factory Acts on Other Countries
5 Rate & Mass of Surplus Value
4
1 Production of Relative Surplus Value C12 Concept of Relative Surplus-Value
2 Co-Operation
3
1 Division of Labour & Manufacture S1 2 Fold Origin of Manufacture
2 Detail Labourer & his Implements
3 Fundamental Forms of Manufacture Heterogeneous Manufacture, Serial Manufacture
4 Division of Labour in Manufacture, & Division of Labour in Society
5 Capitalistic Character of Manufacture
4
1 P4 Production of Relative Surplus-Value C15 Machinery & Modern Industry S1 Development of Machinery
2 Value Transferred by Machinery to Product
3 3a-b S3 Effects of Machinery on Workman a Labour-power by Capital Women & Children Prolongation of workday
4 Intensification of Labour
5 Factory
6 Strife Between Workman & Machine
7 Theory of Compensation as Regards Workpeople Displaced by Machinery
8 Repulsion & Attraction of Workpeople by Factory System Crises in Cotton Trade
9 Revolution Effected in Manufacture, Handicrafts, & Domestic Industry by Modern Industry
10 Factory Acts Sanitary & Educational Clauses of Same Their General Extension in England
11 Modern Industry & Agriculture
5
1 Production of Absolute & of Relaive Surplus-Value C16 Absolute & Relative Surplus-Value
2 Changes of Magnitude in Price of Labour-Power & in Surplus Value
3 Various Formula for Rate of Surplus-Value
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1 Wages C19 Transformation Value (& Respective Price) of Labour-Power into Wages
2 Time-Wages
3 Piece-Wages
4 National Differences of Wages
7
1 Simple Reproduction
2
1 Conversion of Surplus-Value into Capital S1 Production Laws to Capitalism Appropriation
2 Erroneous Conception, by Political Economy, of Reproduction on Progressively Increasing Scale
3 Separation of Surplus-Value into Capital & Revenue Abstinence Theory
4 Surplus-Value to Capital & Revenue Exploitation of Labour Power Productivity of Labour Capital
5 So-Called labour fund
3
1 General Law of Capitalist Accumulation S1 Increased demand for labour with accumulation
2 Diminution of Variable Part of Capital Simultaneously with Progress of Accumulation & concentratio
3 Progressive Production of Relative surplus population or Industrial Reserve Army
4 Different Forms of Relative surplus population General Law of Capitalistic Accumulation
5 5a-c S5 Illustrations of General Law of Capitalist Accumulation a England 1846-66 b Brit work class
6 Effect of Crises on Best Paid Part of working class
7 British Agricultural Proletariat
8 Ireland
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1 Secret of Primitive Accumulation
2 Expropriation of Agricultural Population from Land
3 Bloody Legislation against Expropriated, from 1500 Forcing down of Wages by Acts of Parliament
4 Genesis of Capitalist Farmer
5 Reaction of Agricultural Revolution on Industry Creation of Home-Market for Industrial Capital
6 Genesis of Industrial Capitalist
7 Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation
8 Modern Theory of Colonisation
15 1883 Thus Spoke Zarathustra By Friedrich Neitzsche 1844 - 1900 66 190,250W 761 12:40:10 348M
1 Zarathustra's Prologue
2 3 Metamorphoses
3 Academic Chairs of Virtue
4 Backworldsmen
5 Despisers of Body
6 Joys & Passions
7 Pale Criminal
8 Reading & Writing
9 Tree on Hill
10 Preachers of Death
11 War & Warriors
12 ew Idol
13 Flies in Marketplace
14 Chastity
15 Friend
16 1,001 Goals
17 Neighbor-Love
18 Way of Creating One
19 Old & Young Women
20 Bite of Adder
21 Child & Marriage
22 Voluntary Death
23 Bestowing Virtue
24 Child with Mirror
25 In Happy Isles
26 Pitiful
27 Priests
28 Virtuous
29 Rabble
30 Tarantuylas
31 Famous Wise Ones
32 Night-Song
33 Dance-Song
34 Grave-Song
35 Self-Surpassing
36 Sublime Ones
37 Land of Culture
38 Immaculate Perception
39 Scholars
40 Poets
41 Great Event
42 Soothsayer
43 Redemption
44 Manly Prudence
45 Stillest Hour
46 Wanderer
47 vision & Enigma
48 Involuntary Bliss
49 Before Sunrise
50 Bedwarfing Virtue
51 On Olive Mount
52 On Passing-by
53 Apostates
54 Return Home
55 3 Evil Things
56 Spirit of Gravity
57 Old & New Tables
58 Convalescent
59 Great Longing
60 2nd Dance-Song
61 7 Seals
62 Honey Sacrifice
63 Cry of Distress
64 Talk With Kings
65 Leech
66 Magician
67 Out of Service
68 Ugliest Man
69 Voluntary Beggar
70 Shodow
71 Noon Tide
72 Greeting
73 supper
74 Higher Man
75 Song of Melanch
76 Science
77 Among Daughters of Desert
78 Awakening
79 Ass Festival
80 Drunken Song
81 Sign
16 1882 Joyful Wisdom (Gay Science)
By Friedrich Neitzsche
1844 - 1900 66

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1 Jest, Ruse & Revenge: Prelude in Rhyme
2 Book 1
3 Book 2
4 Book 3
5 Book 4: Sanctus Januarius
6 Book 5: We Fearless Ones
7 Songs of Prince Free as a Bird
17 1886 Beyond Good & Evil
By Friedrich Neitzsche
1844 - 1900 66

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1 PREJUDICES OF PHILOSOPHERS
2 Free Spirit
3 Religious Mood
4 Apophthegms & Interludes
5 Natural History of Morals
6 We Scholars
7 Our Virtues
8 Peoples & Countries
9 What is Noble
18 1888 Twilight of Idols
By Friedrich Neitzsche
1844 - 1900 66

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1 Maxims & Missiles
2 Problem of Socrates
3 Reason in Philosophy
4 How True World Ultimately Became Fable
5 Morality as Enemy of Nature 4 Great Errors
6 Improvers of Mankind
7 Things Germans Lack
8 Skirmishes in a War with Age
9 Things I owe to Ancients
19 1895 Antichrist
By Friedrich Neitzsche
1844 - 1900 66

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20 1781 Critique of Pure Reason
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
406,750W 1,627 27:06:36 744M
1 Transcendental Aesthic Introductory of Space
2 Transcendental Doctrine of Elements, Time
3 Transcendental Logic
4 Transcendental Analytic
5 Deduction of Pure Conceptions
6 Transcendental Deduction of pure concepts of understanding
7 Application of Categories to objects of senses
8 Analytic of principles,
9 schematism: System of all principles of pure understanding
10 Systematic Representation of all synthetic principle
11 1st analogy
12 2nd Analogy
13 3rd Analogy
14 Postulates of Empirical thought
15 Division of All Objects into phenomena & noumena
16 Appendix: Of equivocal nature of amphiboly
17 Remark on Amphiboly of conceptions of reflections
18 Transcendental Dialectic, introduction
19 Conceptions of pure reason
20 Dialectical Procedure of pure reason
21 Paralogisms of Pure Reason
22 Antinomy of Pure Reason
23 Antithetic of Pure Reason, 1st & 2nd conflicts
24 3rd & 4th conflict of transcendental ideas
25 interest of reason in these self contradictions
26 necessity imposed upon pure reason of presenting a solution & its transcendental problems
27 Critical Solution of cosmological problems
28 Empirical use of regulative principle of reason with regard to cosmological ideas
29 Solution of cosmological idea of totality of dependence of phenomenal existences
30 Ideal of Pure reason
31 Arguments Employed by speculative reason in proof of existence of a supreme being
32 Impossibility of a cosmological proof of existence of god
33 Regulative Impossibility of a physico-theological proof
34 Ultimate End of natural dialectic of pure reason
35 Transcendental Doctrine method
36 Discipline of Pure Reason in sphere of dogmatism
37 Canon of Pure Reason
38 Ideal of Summum bonum as a determining ground of ultimate en of pure reason
39 Opinion, Knowledge & belief
40 Architectonic of pure reason
41 History of Pure Reason
21 1790 Critique of Judgment
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
183,250W 733 12:12:11
22 1788 Critique of Practical Reason
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
101,000W 404 6:43:48
1 Introduction: Idea of a Critique of Practical Reason
2 Principles of Pure Practical - Reason, Theorems 1-4
3 Deduction of Fundamental Principles of Pure Practical Reason
4 Right that Pure Reason in It's Practical use Has to an Extension Which is Not Possible to It In It's Speculative Use of an Object of pure practical reason
5 concept of object of pure practical reason
6 Table of Categories of freedom relative to notions of good & evil
7 Motives of Pure Practical Reason
8 Critical Examination of Analytic of Pure Practical Reason
9 Dialectic of Pure Practical Reason Generally
10 Dialectic of Pure Reason in defining concept of 'summon bonum'
11 Critical Solution of antinomy of practical reason
12 Primacy of Pure practical reason in it's union with speculative reason
13 Existence of God as a postulate of pure practical reason
14 Postulates of Pure practical reason generally
15 Belief from Requirement of pure reason
16 Methodology of Pure Practical Reason
23 1784 Answer to Enlightenment
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
44,500W 178 2:57:48 81 4M
1 Deity & Design escape
2 Future of Astronomy
3 Hints Towards Essay on Conversation
4 Hypocrisy of Puritanism
5 On English Composition & Other Matters
6 Somnambulists
7 Taxation, Appendix, Essay on Trial by Jury
8 Why are All Men Gamblers?
24 on popular judgment
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
33,250W 133 2:12:11 60M
25 1795 Perpetual Peace
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
33,000W 132 2:11:44
1 1st Section, Preliminary Articles of a Perpetual Peace Between States
2 2nd Section, Definitive Articles of a Perfetual Peace Between States
3 Supplements
4 Appendix 1 Discordance between Morals & Politics in reference to Perpetual Peace
5 Appendix 2 Accordance of Politics with Morals according to Transcendnetal Conception of Public Right
26 injustice of counterfeiting books
By Immanuel Kant 1724 - 1804 80
7,000W 28M 28 27:05 12 4M
27 Understanding Kant: Concepts & Intuitions (Understanding Western Philosophy)
by Bantas, Hercules
3,500W 14 14Min
28 1918 Totem & Taboo
By Sigmund Frued 1856 - 1939
96,250W 385 6:24:14 175M
1 Savages Dread of Incest
2 Taboo & Ambivalence of Emotions
3 Animism, Emotion & Omnipotence of Thought
4 Infantile Recurrence Totemism
29 1918 Reflections on War & Death
By Sigmund Frued 1856 - 1939
49,000W 196 1:15:28 34 5M
1 Dissapointments of War
2 Our Attitutes Towards Death
30 Introduction to Philosophy of History
by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HEGEL 1770 - 183
69,000W 276 4:35:30
1 Original History
2 Reflective History
3 Philosophical History
4 Reason Governs World
5 Essential Destiny of Reason
1 Abstract Characteristics of Nature of Spirit
2 What Means Spirit Uses in order to Realise Its Idea
3 Shape which Perfect Embodiment of Spirit Assumes
6 Course of World's History
1 Principle of Development
2 Direction of Development
3 Idea of World's History as Such

 

31 1894 Hegel's Philosophy of Mind
by Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
121,352W 485 8:05
1 Five Introductory Essays In Psychology & Ethics
1 Scope Of Philosophy Of Mind
2 Aims & Methods Of Psychology
3 On Some Psychological Aspects Of Ethics
4 Psycho-Genesis
5 Ethics & Politics
2 Mind Subjective
1 Anthropology Soul
2 Phenomenology Of Mind Consciousness
3 Psychology Mind
3 Mind Objective
1 Distribution
2 Law
3 Morality Of Conscience
4 Moral Life, Or Social Ethics
4 Absolute Mind
1 Art
2 Revealed Religion
3 Philosophy
32 1914 Prussian Officer
by D H Lawrence
113,000W 452 7:31:53 206M
1 Prussian Officer
2 Thorn in Flesh
3 Daughters of Vicar
4 Fragment of Stained Glass
5 Shades of Spring
6 2nd Best
7 Shadow in Rose Garden
8 Goose Fair
9 White Stocking
10 Sick Collier
11 Christening
12 Odour of Chrysanthemums
33 1783-1816 Selected Letters of Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827
53,000W 212 3:31:33 96 8M
1 Eleanor von Breuning
2 Pastor Amenda
3 Wegeler
4 Countess Guilietta Guicciardi
5 Hofmeister
6 My brothers Carl & Johan Beethoven
7 Bettina Brentano von Arnem
Deposition
8 Herr kauka
9 Mr Salomon Ries
10 SA Steibner
11 Petition to Magistracy
12 high court of Appeal
13 Herren peters & Co
14 his Nephew
15 Schindler
16 Artaria & Bolderini
17 Czerny Letters
34 Kepler
by Walter W BRYANT 1865 - 1923
27,000W 108 1:47:30
35 1898 Full Revelations of a Professional Rat-Catcher
by Ike Matthews
18,000W 72 1:11:32 16 3M
1 HOW TO CLEAR RATS FROM WAREHOUSES, OFFICES, STOREROOMS, ETC, Spring Traps, not in daytime, Ferreting, Mongoose, Drugs & Chemicals
2 HOW TO KEEP & WORK FERRETS, For Rat catching, for rabbit shooting, Suitable Dogs
3 Habits of Rats 4 Life of Rat Catcher Hints on Rabbit Shooting, Author's Notes

 

36 1858 History of Friedrich 2 of Prussia - Volume 1/22
By Thomas Carlyle
10,253W 41 41Min
1 1712 BIRTH & PARENTAGE
1 PROEM: FRIEDRICH'S HISTORY FROM DISTANCE WE ARE AT
1 FRIEDRICH THEN, & FRIEDRICH NOW
2 1700s
3 ENGLISH PREPOSSESSIONS
4 ENCOURAGEMENTS, DISCOURAGEMENTS
2 FRIEDRICH'S BIRTH
1 FATHER & MOTHER: HANOVERIAN CONNECTION
2 FATHER'S MOTHER
3 KING FRIEDRICH 1
3 FATHER & MOTHER: HANOVERIAN CONNECTION
4 FATHER'S MOTHER
5 KING FRIEDRICH 1
37 1867 Chips From A German Workshop - Volume I Essays on Science of Religion
by Müller, F Max (Friedrich Max)
120,061W 480 7:40
1 1865 Lecture on Vedas or Sacred Books of Brahmans, delivered at Leeds
2 1858 Christ & other Masters
3 1853 Veda & Zend-Avesta
4 1864 Aitareya-Brâhmana
5 1862 On Study of Zend-Avesta in India
6 1865 Progress of Zend Scholarship
7 1864 Genesis & Zend-Avesta
8 1862 Modern Parsis
9 1862 Buddhism
10 1857 Buddhist Pilgrims
11 1857 Meaning of Nirvâna
12 1861 Chinese Translations of Sanskrit Texts
13 1861 Works of Confucius
14 1862 Popol Vuh
15 1860 Semitic Monotheism
39 1891 Mysteries of Rosie Cross Or, History of that Curious Sect of Middle Ages, Known as Rosicrucians: with Examples of their Pretensions & Writings of Their Leaders & Disciples
by Anonymous
45,999W 184 3:04
1 WHO & WHAT WERE ROSICRUCIANS
2 HISTORICAL NOTICES OF ROSICRUCIANS
3 EARLY LEADERS, LITERATURE, ROMANTIC STORIES
4 FAME & CONFESSION OF FRATERNITY OF R C
5 JOHN HEYDON & ROSICRUCIANS
6 GABALIS: OR EXTRAVAGANT MYSTERIES OF CABALISTS
7 HERMETICK ROMANCE: OR CHYMICAL WEDDING
8 MODERN ROSICRUCIANS
40 1892 Monism as Connecting Religion & Science A Man of Science
by Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August
18,828W 75 1:15
41 Martin Luther's Small Catechism, translated by R Smith
by Luther, Martin
3,500W 14 14Min
38 1907 Naturalism & Religion by Otto, Rudolf 96,686W 387 6:27
1
1 Religious Interpretation Of World
2 What is Distinctive in Religious Outlook
2
1 Naturalism
2 What is Distinctive in Naturalistic Outlook
3 True Naturalism
4 Goethe's Attitude to Naturalism
5 2 Kinds of Naturalism
6 Aim & Method of Naturalism
3 Fundamental Principles
1 How Religious & Naturalistic Outlooks Conflict
2 Mystery : Dependence : Purpose
3 Mystery of Existence Remains Unexplained
4 Evolution & New Beginnings
5 Dependence of Order of Nature
6 "Contingency" of World
7 Real World
8 Antimony of Our Conception of Time
9 Antimony of Conditioned & Unconditioned
10 Antimony of Our Conception of Space
11 Recognition of Purpose
12 Teleological & Scientific Interpretations are Alike Necessary
4 Darwinism In General
1 Development of Darwinism
2 Darwinism & Teleology
3 Characteristic Features of Darwinism
4 Various Forms of Darwinism
5 Theory of Descent
6 Haeckel's Evolutionist Position
7 Weismann's Evolutionist Position
8 Virchow's Position
9 Other Instances of Dissatisfaction with Theory of Descent
5 Religion & Theory Of Descent
1 Problema Continui
6 Darwinism In Strict Sense
1 Differences of Opinion As To Factors In Evolution
2 Weismannism
3 Natural Selection
7 Critics Of Darwinism
1 Lamarckism & Neo-Lamarckism
2 Theory of Definite Variation
3 De Vries's Mutation-theory
4 Eimer's Orthogenesis
5 Spontaneous Activity of Organism
6 Contrast Between Darwinian & Post-Darwinian Views
8 Mechanical Theory Of Life
1 Conservation of Matter & Energy
2 Organic & Inorganic
3 Irritability
4 Spontaneous Generation
5 Mechanics of Development
6 Heredity
9 Criticism Of Mechanical Theories
1 Law of Conservation of Energy
2 Criticisms of Mechanistic Theory of Life
3 Virchow's "Caution"
4 Preyer's Position
5 Position Of Bunge & Other Physiologists
6 Views of Botanists Illustrated
7 Constructive Criticism
8 Constructive Work of Driesch
9 Views of Albrecht & Schneider
10 How all this affects Religious Outlook
10 Autonomy Of Spirit
1 Naturalistic Attacks on Autonomy of Spiritual
2 Fundamental Answer
3 Individual Development
4 Underivability
5 Pre-eminence of Consciousness
6 Creative Power of Consciousness
7 Activity of Consciousness
8 Ego
9 Self-Consciousness
10 Unity of Consciousness
11 Consciousness of Ego
11 Freedom Of Spirit
1 Feeling, Individuality, Genius, & Mysticism
2 Feeling
3 Individuality
4 Genius
5 Mysticism
6 Mind & Spirit Human & Animal Soul
7 Personality
8 Parallelism
9 No Parallelism
10 Supremacy of Mind
11 "Unconscious"
12 Is there Ageing of Mind?
13 Immortality
12 World & God