You can view the Life Lexicon on-line, or download it in various forms, as shown in the table below. If you want the Lexicon in HTML, note that the single-page version can be difficult to use on some older systems due to its size, in which case you may prefer to use the multipage version. If you are a GNU Emacs user, then the ASCII version with its lifelex.el is recommended.
|Life Lexicon, Release 25|
2006 February 28
|download plain text (ASCII) version||87K zip archive|
|download single-page HTML version||92K zip archive|
|download multipage HTML version||138K zip archive|
|download source distribution||116K zip archive|
Note that the source distribution consists of the ASCII version plus the files needed to generate the HTML versions. This is unlikely to be of much use to anyone but me.
A Russian translation of the Life Lexicon by Nicolay Beluchenko is also available. (Zip file of Russian translation, 167K.) Nicolay has also compiled a collection of named objects from the Lexicon (last updated 2006 April 1).
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