The Connected Corpus is a living collection of annotated digital texts. The annotations describe philosophical connections between different texts and authors, and they connect you to those texts in translation and the original language.
The goal of The Connected Corpus is to deepen your philosophical engagement with a focal text by identifying similar ideas in other texts; criticisms or new perspectives; alternative arguments or counter-arguments; or shared philosophical terminology. The connections may or may not indicate historical transmission of ideas. But they do suggest conceptual or logical links that can help you better understand the philosophical landscape in which a particular idea, argument, or text is located. Finding philosophical similarities, contrasts, objections, and alternative perspectives can both enhance your study of a particular text, and give you a more holistic picture of the Ancient Greek and Roman corpus in general.