Balder posted this about free Harvard Classics e-books in a status update and I thought I'd also put it here to find easier later on. And also make a thread for free e-books generally.

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Metaphors We Live By, Lakoff and Johnson.

Order Out of Chaos: Man's New Dialogue with Nature, by Prigogine and Stengers

I've referenced the work of Jean Knox is several posts and threads. Today I found a free version of her book Archetype, Attachment, Analysis: Jungian psychology and the emergent mind.

That link appears to no longer work. I've attached a pdf of the book to this post.

PS: the pdf is too big to download, so check with BookZZ here.

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Philosophy in the Flesh, Lakoff & Johnson.

Wilber made use of Habermas for his postmetaphysical musings. I explored this in the old Gaia forum. For now, here's how to read this seminal work.

Hyperobjects by Timothy Morton.

Organizational Transformation for Sustainability: An Integral Metatheory by Mark Edwards.

The Two Truths Debate by Sonam Thakchoe can be found here. I have much referenced it in the Batchelor thread and elsewhere.

FYI, is no longer a valid address. Instead go to

Another resource for science texts:

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