Philosophy reading help.Watch
I want to read it CLOSELY. Will do my degree after the current one.
What sort of philosophy are you thinking of reading? I've just finished my Pre-U and I did Ethics and Philosophy of Religion, as well as foundational stuff like Plato's Cave and Aristotle and the Prime Mover.
I am going to do my conversion degree in Philosophy after my current.
So the concept and all must clear.
Peter Vardy - Puzzle of Ethics (discusses absolutist and relativist theories, and gives definitions)
Peter Vardy - Puzzle of God (arguments for the existence of God)
There are a few by Richard Dawkins - The Blind Watchmaker and The God Delusion are the ones I have read
Plato - The Republic (this is a tough read, but might help to understand his foundational ideas)
John Hick - Evil and the God of Love
Vardy writes more for A-level students.
Some good contemporary general introductions to philosophy:
Simon Blackburn, Think
Thomas Nagel, What Does It All Mean?
Some slightly older stuff:
AJ Ayer, The Central Questions of Philosophy
Bertrand Russell, The Problems of Philosophy
If you want to look at the classics in philosophy you could try:
Mill, On Liberty and Utilitarianism