Download 135 Free Philosophy eBooks: From Aristotle to Nietzsche & Wittgenstein


Just want­ed to give you a quick heads up that we’ve recent­ly spun out a col­lec­tion of Free Phi­los­o­phy eBooks (from our larg­er, more diverse col­lec­tion of 600 Free eBooks). Right now, you will find 110 clas­sic works on the new list — foun­da­tion­al texts writ­ten by Aris­to­tle, Descartes, Hegel and Kant, not to men­tion Kierkegaard, Wittgen­stein and Niet­zsche, too. The list will keep grow­ing at a steady clip. But if you see any cru­cial texts miss­ing, please let us know, and we will try to get them added ASAP. Of course, we’re look­ing for works in the pub­lic domain.

You can gen­er­al­ly down­load the Free Phi­los­o­phy eBooks to your Kin­dle, iPad, iPhone and oth­er devices. (Kin­dle users can use these instruc­tions to get .mobi files onto their devices.) Or, in most cas­es, we give you the option to read the books in your web brows­er. Take your pick.

As a quick last note, you might want to com­ple­ment the Phi­los­o­phy eBooks with our big list of Free Online Phi­los­o­phy Cours­es. The two col­lec­tions go hand in hand.

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