Dear Sean,

I made an effort at coding the philosophical networks. I posted the data on my website
The data is stored as comma-delimited files for the relations and attributes that I coded.
The data was originally organized as a relational database, so you have to convert them to networks yourself.
If in doubt about the meaning of the codes, consult the diagrams in Randall Collins’s book.

Have fun,


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I am curious if anyone has coded and made available the philosophical networks outlined in Randall Collins’s, “The Sociology of Philosophies."



Sean F. Everton, PhD
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