Book title, author, publisher, translation
The 8 books in bold are required for all students.
* Professors will choose which of the other 5 books they will require.
* Please go to class before purchasing these.
|The Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version Bible with Apocrypha (Oxford University Press), 1977. |
|The Complete Euripides: Vol. II: Iphigenia in Tauris and Other Plays (Oxford University Press), Peter Burian & Alan Shapiro, editors, 1st edition, 2010. |
|The Republic, Plato (Hackett Publishing Company), C.D.C. Reeve & G.M.A. Grube, trans., 1992. |
|Confessions, St. Augustine (Penguin Classics), Pine-Coffin, trans, 1961. |
|Ibn Tufay's Hayy Ibn Yaqzan: A Philosophical Tale, Ibn Tufayl (University of Chicago Press), L. Goodman, trans., 2009. |
|The Complete Essays, Michel de Montaigne (Penguin Classics), M.A. Screech, trans., 1993. |
|The Protestant Reformation, Hans J. Hillerbrand, ed. (Perenniel), Revised edition, 2009. |
|Paradise Lost, John Milton (Oxford University Press), Stephen Orgel & Jonathan Goldberg, ed., 2008. |
|Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy, Philip Ivanhoe & Bryan Van Norden (Hackett Publishing Co.), 2nd ed., 2006. |
|The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, Max Weber (Penguin Classics), Peter Baehr, trans., 2002. |
|Discourse on Method and Mediations on First Philosophy, Rene Descartes (Hackett Publishing Company), Donald Cress, trans., 1999. |
|Discoveries and Opinions of Galileo, Galileo Galilei (Anchor/Random House),Stillman Drake, trans., 1957. |
|On the Nature of the Universe, Lucretius (Oxford University Press), Ronald Melville, trans., 2009. |