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Part II Course Outlines & Reading Lists

Philosophy Library Shelves

 

The Philosophy Library team have been busy over the summer transferring our reading lists to the Reading List Online (RLO) platform. See the RLO LibGuide for more information.

Some of the reading lists are still in draft while we complete final checks and upload additional scans of book chapters over the next week or so.

To access scans of book chapters and extracts you will need to log into Moodle using your Raven login and click on the Reading List link from there.  Access to the Moodle site is restricted to students taking Philosophy papers. 

Instructions for creating a printable reading list are included in the RLO LibGuide. Scroll down to 'Exporting a reading list to a bibliography'. We recommend exporting to Word, choosing the Expanded Reading List Style and deselecting the 'Item availability' and 'Permalinks' options. You can export the whole list or just the particular section you need.  

If you have any difficulties finding or accessing any readings you need or navigating RLO please email  and we'll do our very best to help. 

There are no compulsory papers at Part II of the Philosophy Tripos.

Paper 1  Metaphysics 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 2  Philosophy of Mind 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 3  Ethics 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 4  European Philosophy from Kant 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 5  Philosophy in the Long Middle Ages 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 6   Philosophy of Science 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 7   Mathematical Logic 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 8   Philosophical Logic 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 9   Wittgenstein and His Successors 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 10 Political Philosophy 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 11 Aesthetics 2020-21 [Last updated 1 October 2020]
Paper 14 Plato
Paper 15 Aristotle's world from turtles to tragedies
Paper 16 Philosophy, Politics and the Polis