Two weeks ago, we released Noet’s desktop app—the smartest humanities software. The new Noet Research Libraries combine Noet’s scholarly tools with hand-selected resources, allowing for innovative, discipline-specific research. With 14 unique libraries comprising the classics, philosophy, literature, biblical Greek, and Judaica studies, there’s a perfect research library for everyone.
Best of all—for a limited time—you can take 15% off the library (or libraries!) of your choice.
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Noet Research Libraries are more than just collections of history’s greatest works—they’re smart research systems that give you the academic advantage.
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Whatever your area of interest, Noet has the research library for you!
Delving into great works of antiquity? You’ll love Noet’s Classical Studies Research Library. Study from original-language texts and translations—including the works of Plato, Philo, and Pliny (both the Elder and Younger), just to name a few. Hone your Greek and Latin skills with lexicons, grammars, and dictionaries; including the Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon and Lewis and Short’s Latin Dictionary. Focusing on Greek or Latin, specifically? Noet’s got you covered with the Greek and Latin classics research libraries.
Interested in philosophy? Examine 25 centuries of thought with Noet’s Philosophy Research Library. With over 150 volumes, you’ll engage with philosophy’s greatest minds—including Plato, Aristotle, Anselm of Canterbury, Desiderius Erasmus, Hegel, John Locke, and more. Interested in a particular era? Focus in with the ancient, medieval, and modern philosophy research libraries.
Love literature? Noet’s Literature Research Library includes the entire 71-volume Harvard Classics and Fiction collection, plus works by Dostoyevsky, James Joyce, William Shakespeare and other essential writers of note. With Noet’s smart tools you can go deeper in your studies, exploring language, themes, and literary devices.
Studying biblical Greek? Discover the core works and tools to power your study in Noet’s Biblical Greek Research Library. Key texts include:
- Old Testament Greek Pseudepigrapha with Morphology
- Greek Apocryphal Gospels, Fragments, and Agrapha
- James H. Charlesworth’s 2-volume Old Testament Pseudepigrapha
- Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (LSJ)
- Stanley Porter’s Idioms of the Greek New Testament, 2nd ed.
Purchased alone, these five volumes cost over $450. With the Biblical Greek Research Library, you can get these—plus 27 more outstanding resources—for only $424.96.
Want Noet’s biggest and best research platform? Pick up the Humanities Research Library. Compiling all the works and scholarly tools found in the Philosophy, Classical Studies, Biblical Greek, and Literature Research Libraries, you’re equipped to study across these disciplines with breadth and depth.
Studying Judaism? Get everything you need with Noet’s Judaica Research Library. With 220 volumes comprising valuable reference works, commentaries, ancient texts, translations and more, you’re equipped for advanced Jewish studies. Key resources include:
- Encyclopaedia of Judaism (5 vols.)
- Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HALOT) (5 vols.)
- JPS Tanakh Commentary Collection (JPSTC) (11 vols.)
- The Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection (50 vols.)
Purchased as individual resources, these five works cost over $1,000! Get these and nearly 150 other resources for only $849.96 with the Judaica Research Library.
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Whether you’re researching for school, writing a scholarly article, or simply love the humanities, Noet equips you to study smarter.