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  1. Student Note 1 item
    1. If you have difficulty with any of the resources in this reading list please email your Liaison Librarian Jane Shaw j.shaw2@keele.ac.uk to let her know.  Thanks

  2. Reading required for seminars 28 items
    1. Check-list 2 items
      Please make sure you have a copy of these books by the end of week 2
      1. Early Greek philosophy - Jonathan Barnes 2001

        Book Essential

    2. Seminar 2: Early Greek Philosophy 1 item
      1. Early Greek philosophy - Jonathan Barnes 2001

        Book Essential Anaximander, Parmenides and Heraclitus

    3. Seminar 3: Aristotle's solution to the problem of change 2 items
      1. Aristotle's physics - Robin Waterfield, Aristotle 1996

        Book Essential Read chapter 1.7

      2. Change and its relation to actuality and potentiality - Coope Ursula

        Chapter Optional Please note: ebook is 2009 edition.

    4. Seminar 4: Mīmāṃsā and Vedanta 6 items
      1. Indian philosophy: a very short introduction - Sue Hamilton 2001

        Book Essential Read Chapters 2 and 8.

      2. Upanisads

        Chapter Essential Read the Introduction; Katha Upanisad pp.45-48 from ii 18-20 to the end of v 8-12

      3. Chandogya Upanisad

        Chapter Essential Read pp67-70 from v.xii to the end of vi.xiii

      4. A source book in Indian philosophy - Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore 1957

        Book Optional Upanisads (excerpts not on the list above)

      5. Classical Indian philosophy: a reader - Deepak Sarma 2011

        Book Optional Read Chapter 10: Mīmāṃsā, and the Introduction to Part III on Vedanta

    5. Seminar 5: Plato on Knowledge 2 items
      1. Meno - Plato 1971

        Book Essential

      2. Protagoras - Plato 1992

        Book Optional

    6. Seminar 6: Nyāya - Logic and Knowledge in Brahmanic Philosophy 6 items
      1. A source book in Indian philosophy - Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore 1957

        Book Essential Read Nyaya, Chapter 10.

      2. Buddhism as philosophy: an introduction - Mark Siderits 2007

        Book Optional Read Chapter 5

      3. Classical Indian philosophy: a reader - Deepak Sarma 2011

        Book Optional Read Chapter 6 (although the original text is quite hard to follow)

    7. Seminar 7: Language and Reality in Indian Philosophy 2 items
      1. Indian philosophy: a very short introduction - Sue Hamilton 2001

        Book Essential Read Chapters 4 & 6

      2. Classical Indian philosophy: a reader - Deepak Sarma 2011

        Book Optional Read Chapters 1,2 & 4

    8. Seminar 8: Greek Theories of the Soul 5 items
      1. Letter to Herodotus

        Chapter Essential

      2. On the soul - Aristotle 2015

        Book Essential

      3. De anima - William David Ross, Aristotle 1961

        Book Optional On the Soul.

      4. Chapter 12: Soul, Sensation and Thought - Andre Laks 1999

        Chapter Optional On the pre-Socratic views.

    9. Seminar 9: The Buddhist Account of the Self 2 items
      1. Buddhism as philosophy: an introduction - Mark Siderits 2007

        Book Essential Read Chapter 3.

  3. Books to buy 2 items
    1. Indian philosophy: a very short introduction - Sue Hamilton 2001

      Book Suggested for student purchase

    2. Early Greek philosophy - Jonathan Barnes 2001

      Book Suggested for student purchase

  4. Other reading 14 items
    1. Buddhism as philosophy: an introduction - Mark Siderits 2007

      Book 

    2. Classical Indian philosophy: a reader - Deepak Sarma 2011

      Book 

    3. A source book in Indian philosophy - Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore 1957

      Book 

    4. A companion to Aristotle - Georgios Anagnostopoulos 2013

      Book 

    5. Psuche versus the Mind. - K. Wilkes 1992

      Chapter 

    6. Essays on Aristotle's De Anima - Martha Craven Nussbaum, Amelie Oksenberg Rorty 1992

      Book 

    7. Classical Indian philosophy - J. N. Mohanty 2000

      Book 

  5. Original texts 12 items
    Note: Many of these texts are available online. You can search for yourself, or look out for useful links on KLE under 'Additional Module Resources'
    1. Parmenides - Mary Louise Gill, Paul Ryan, Plato 1996

      Book  Parmenides: On Nature. The way of truth (on KLE)

    2. Fragments - Heraclitus 2003

      Book  Not currently available at the library.

    3. Meno - William Keith Chambers Guthrie, Malcolm Brown, Plato 1971

      Book 

    4. Protagoras - Stanley Lombardo, Karen Bell, Plato 1992

      Book 

    5. Republic - Robin Waterfield, Plato 2008

      Book 

    6. De anima - William David Ross, Aristotle 1961

      Book  Especially Books 1 and 2.

    7. Aristotle's physics - Robin Waterfield, Aristotle 1996

      Book  Especially Book 1.7

    8. Epicurus' Letter to Herodotus 1997

      Chapter  On KLE

    9. Most relevant Indian texts are available in:

    10. A source book in Indian philosophy - Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore 1957

      Book 

    11. Classical Indian philosophy: a reader - Deepak Sarma 2011

      Book 

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