PHIL 240 (Rev. C1 & C2): Ancient Philosophy Report a Broken Link

Units 1


UNIT 1: THE PRESOCRATIC PHILOSOPHERS
Unit 1.1 - Hesiod: The Primal Separation of Earth and Sky
Hesiod.   Theogony. The Homeric Hymns and Homerica. Trans. Hugh G. Evelyn-White. Cambridge, MA., Harvard University Press, 1914. (Reprinted online by Ed. G.R. Crane. Perseus Digital Library, Department of Classics, Tufts University. 29 January 2015).
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion Vol. II. Trans. E. B. Speirs and J. Burdon Sanderson. London: Ballantyne Press, 1895.
Plato.  The Seventh Letter. Trans. J. Harward, The Classical Quarterly 22 (1928): 143–154.
Unit 1.2 - Thales: Foundationalist Thinking
Philoctetes.  Thales. Trans. J. Burnet. 1908. (Reprinted online by Eds. Daniel Lancereau and Samuel Béreau, 6 March 2007).
Aristotle.  Metaphysics. Trans. W. D. Ross. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Aristotle.   On the Heavens. Trans. J. L. Stocks. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Aristotle.  On the Soul. Trans. J. A. Smith. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Unit 1.3 - Anaximander: The Unlimited Source of Everything
Philoctetes.   Anaximander: Fragments. Trans. J. Burnet. 1908. (Reprinted online by Eds. Daniel Lancereau and Samuel Béreau, 6 March 2007).
Aristotle.  Physics. Trans. R. P. Hardie and R. K. Gaye. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Unit 1.4 - Pythagoras: The Numerical Harmony of the Cosmos
Unit 1.5 - Heraclitus: The Unity of Difference
Philoctetes. Herakleitos of Ephesos. Trans. J. Burnet. 1912. (Reprinted online by Eds. Daniel Lancereau and Samuel Béreau, 6 March 2007).
Plato.  Theaetetus. Plato in Twelve Volumes, Vol. 12. Trans. Harold N. Fowler. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1921. (Reprinted online by Ed. G. R. Crane. Perseus Digital Library, Department of Classics, Tufts University. 29 January 2015).
Nietzsche, Friedrich. Nietzsche Contra Wagner. The Case Of Wagner, Nietzsche Contra Wagner, and Selected Aphorisms. Trans. Anthony M. Ludovici. Edinburgh and London: T. N. Foulis, 1911. (Reprinted online by Project Gutenberg, 7 April 2008).
Unit 1.6 Parmenides: The Way of Truth and the Way of Seeming
Philoctetes.  Poem of Parmenides: On Nature. Trans. J. Burnet. 1892. (Reprinted online by Eds. Daniel Lancereau and Samuel Béreau, 6 March 2007).
Plato.  Phaedrus. Plato in Twelve Volumes, Vol. 9. Trans. Harold N. Fowler. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1925. (Reprinted online by Ed. G. R. Crane. Perseus Digital Library, Department of Classics, Tufts University. 29 January 2015).
Plato.   Crito. Plato in Twelve Volumes, Vol. 1. Trans. Harold N. Fowler. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1966. (Reprinted online by Ed. G. R. Crane. Perseus Digital Library, Department of Classics, Tufts University. 29 January 2015).

Units 2


UNIT 2: REPUBLIC BOOK I
Unit 2.1: The Enigma of Socrates
Plato.   Apology. Trans. Benjamin Jowett. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Plato.  Euthyphro. Trans. Benjamin Jowett. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Duke, George.  The Sophists (Ancient Greek). Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 29 January 2015.
Nails, Debra.  Socrates. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Stanford, CA: Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, 19 March 2014.
Unit 2.2: Traditional Values and Paying Debts
Plato.  The Republic. Trans. Benjamin Jowett. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Crane, G. R., ed.  Search results: Plato. Perseus Digital Library, Department of Classics, Tufts University.
 Plato – Biography. European Graduate School, 2012.
Brickhouse, Thomas and Nicholas D. Smith.  Plato (427—347 B.C.E.). Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 29 January 2015.
Unit 2.3: Benefitting Friends and Harming Enemies
Cohen, Patricia.  Reason Seen More as Weapon Than Path to Truth. The New York Times 14 June 2011.
Mooney, Chris.  The Science of Why We Don't Believe Science. Mother Jones May/June 2011.
Unit 2.4: The Sophist Enters
Ayn Rand Institute.  Introduction to Objectivism. 2015.
Dante, Ed.  The Shadow Scholar. The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 November 2010.
Janes, R. S.  Right-Wing Sock Puppets Pretending to Be Liberals Assault Progressive Websites. Reader Supported News 8 May 2011.
Monbiot, George.  Are Right-Wing Libertarian Internet Trolls Getting Paid to Dumb Down Online Conversations? Alternet 14 December 2010.

Units 3


UNIT 3: REPUBLIC BOOK II
The Ring of Gyges and the Just State
Machiavelli, Nicolo.  The Prince. Trans. W. K. Marriott. 1515. (Reprinted online by Jon Roland and Danny Stone. Austin, TX: Constitution Society).

Units 4


UNIT 4: REPUBLIC BOOK IV
Justice in the Soul
Korteweg, Anna.  Lessons from the 2003-2006 “Sharia Debate”. December 12, 2012.
Koopmans, Ruud.  Islamic fundamentalism is widely spread. WZB-Mitteilungen 09 December 2013.
Sophocles.  Antigone. Trans. R. C. Jebb. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.

Units 5


UNIT 5: REPUBLIC BOOK VI
Unit 5.1: Beyond Being to the Good
Bloom, Allan, trans.   The Republic of Plato with Notes and an Interpretive Essay. 2nd Edition. New York: Harper Collins, Basic Books, 1991.
Plato.  Philebus. Trans. Benjamin Jowett. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Unit 5.2: The Divided Line and Thinking Without Images
Unit 5.3: Out of the Cave and into the Sun
Plato.   Crito. Trans. Benjamin Jowett. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.

Units 6


UNIT 6: PLATO RETURNS TO THE PRIMAL SEPARATION OF EARTH AND SKY
Augustine.  Of True Religion. Augustine: Earlier Writings. Trans. John H. S. Burleigh. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1953. 229. Trans. of De Vera Religione.
Plato.   Parmenides. (Reprinted online by Elpenor. 2006).
Plato.   Sophist. (Reprinted online by Elpenor. 2006).
Plato.  Timaeus. (Reprinted online by Elpenor. 2006).
Plato.  Philebus. (Reprinted online by Elpenor. 2006).
Varela, Francisco.  Autopoiesis and a Biology of Intentionality. Proceedings of the Autopoiesis and Perception workshop, August 25-26, 1992. Ed. Barry McMullin and Noel Murphy. Dublin: Dublin City University, 1994.

Units 7


UNIT 7: ARISTOTLE AND THE PLURALITY OF BEING
Aristotle.   Categories. Trans. E. M. Edghill. Ed. Daniel C. Stevenson. The Internet Classics Archive, 2000.
Plato. The Republic. Trans. John Burnet. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1903. (Reprinted online by Ed. G. R. Crane. Perseus Digital Library, Tufts University, Department of Classics. 29 January 2015).
 Aristotle of Stagirus – Biography. European Graduate School, 2012.
Aristotle (384—322 B.C.E.). Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Aristotle.  Metaphysics. Aristotle. Trans. Hugh Tredennick. 23 vols. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann Ltd., 1933, 1989. (Reprinted online by Ed. G. R. Crane. Perseus Digital Library, Department of Classics, Tufts University. 29 January 2015).
Falcon, Andrea.   Aristotle on Causality. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 15 October 2012.