"Early Modern Thought Online" (EMTO) is a database offering access to about 13.500 digitized source texts from early modern philosophy and related disciplines like history of science and history of theology provided by libraries in Europe and elsewhere.
Thomas Aquinas (1225?– 1274) www.corpusthomisticum.org The Five parts of the Corpus Thomisticum include: A full edition of the complete works of St. Thomas according, where possible, to the best critical texts. A bibliography covering all the studies on Aquinas and his doctrine, from the 13th century through our days. An index of the main tools of Thomistic research, and the edition of the most important among them. A database management system, implemented to search, compare, and sort words, phrases, quotations, similitudes, correlations, and statistical information. A digital edition of the main manuscripts of Aquinas' works.
The Following works are available freely from From Bivio (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa)
Commentaria in Philebum Platonis De summo bono
Commentarium in Phedrum
De christiana religione liber
De raptu Pauli
El libro dell'amore
Epistolarum Familiarum Liber I
Le divine lettere del gran Marsilio Ficino
Platonica Theologia de immortalitate animorum
Online edition, electronic concorcdance of Pico's Conclusiones,
` Our goal is to make possible a collaborative, multidisciplinary annotation of Pico's work, in order to address textual and philological issues, identify Pico's explicit or implicit sources, and discuss and propose interpretations of each thesis and the whole work.'
Spinoza's Ethics 2.0 is a web-based repository of the text of several versions of Spinoza's magnum opus, providing a representation of the structure of the geometrical demonstrations of Spinoza's Ethics.