“The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae [TLG] Digital Library now contains virtually all Greek texts surviving from the period between Homer (8th century B.C.) and A.D. 600 and the majority of surviving works up the fall of Byzantium in A.D. 1453..Its’ goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era.”
The Royal Society Digital Journal Archive dates back to 1665 and contains more than 60,000 articles, including some of the most significant scientific papers ever published. The archive contains every paper ever published in the Royal Society’s journals – from the first peer reviewed paper in Philosophical Transactions – to the most recent interdisciplinary article in J. R. Soc. Interface.
Indexing and abstracts of journal articles, books, book chapters, and book reviews. Covers over 500 journals worldwide. Topical coverage is broad (ethics, aesthetics, social philosophy, political philosophy, epistemology, metaphysics, logic, the philosophies of law, education, history, etc).
Muktabodha Indological Research Institute’ mission is to preserve, protect, and disseminate endangered treasures of India’s religious and philosophical wisdom and the intangible heritage that supports it. Muktabodha’s primary projects are: I. Muktabodha Digital Library: an on-line digital library of rare Sanskrit texts & e-texts, focused on Kashmir Shaivism, Trika-Kaula, Saiva-Siddhanta, Pancaratra, Natha Yoga and other tantric works, in addition to manuscripts on Vedic Shrauta ritual. II. Swami Muktananda Vedashala: a traditional oral school of Vedic study in Maharashtra, India that preserves and documents practice of the highly endangered Hiranyakeshi branch of the Taittiriya Krishna Yajur Veda, and the Govardhani style of Ranayaniya Sama Veda recitation. III. Publication of translations and commentaries on significant texts of these knowledge systems.