Daphnet: Digital Archive of Philosophical Texts on the Net
Daphnet is the ILIESI portal that gives access to digital platforms dedicated to relevant authors and texts belonging to the history of the scientific and philosophical thought. Based on open-source programmes and standard encoding, these platforms will be semantically enriched and interlinked with the international journal Lexicon Philosophicum as well as with The Daphnet Digital Library.
Daphnet Digital Library
The Daphnet Digital Library is a platform of secundary sources that offers a selection of critical contributions focusing on the texts contained in the Daphnet portal. These contributions (mostly taken from the catalogue of the ILIESI printed volumes and journals) will be interlinked with the texts included in the Daphnet platforms and with the articles published by the international journal Lexicon Philosophicum.
Lexicon Philosophicum: in this section you can find the articles already published in previous 12 issues, published by Olschki.
ILIESI Proceedings: in this section you can find the contributions dedicated to the history of terminology, published by Olschki.
Elenchos: in this section you can find the articles already published in previous issues by Bibliopolis Book Collection
Book collection: in this section you can find essays and critical studies.
Lexica: in this section you can find lexicographic instruments and resources.
Lexicon Philosophicum: International Journal for the History of Texts and Ideas
Lexicon Philosophicum is an annual peer-reviewed, open access journal, with an interdisciplinary character. The journal, published by CNR-ILIESI (Roma), provides open access to original, unpublished high quality contributions: critical essays, research articles, short texts editions, and critical bibliographic reviews on the history of philosophy, the history of science, and the history of ideas, with a special attention to textual and lexical data.
The journal articles will be interlinked with a large collection of primary sources of Ancient and Early Modern Philosophy available in the portal Daphnet and with the selected contributions contained in the Daphnet Digital Library platform.