Aristotle Re-interpreted: New Findings on Seven Hundred Years of the Commentators
Moral Conscience Through The Ages
Oxford and Chicago University Presses 2014.
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Electrifying New Zealand, Russia and India: The Three Lives of Engineer Allan Monkhouse
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Perception, Conscience and Will
(some of my articles reprinted with Introduction) Variorum, Ashgate 2013.
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Gandhi and The Stoics: Modern Experiments on Ancient Values
Oxford University and Chicago University Presses 2012, Paperback 2016.
Richard Sorabji discusses Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence with Nigel Warburton for this the 200th episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
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Priscian Answers to King Khosroes of Persia
tr. Pamela Huby, Sten Ebbesen, David Langslow, Donald Russell, Carlos Steel, Malcolm Wilson, 2016.
'Our 105th translation: A difficult text translated by team work, the first Greek Philosophy text written for another culture'.
Aristotle on Memory
Duckworth and Brown University Press 1972, 122 pp., paperback, translated into Czech, 2nd edition with new chapter, Duckworth and Chicago University Press 2004, Bloomsbury 2013.
Necessity, Cause and Blame
Duckworth 1980, 326 pp., paperback, repr. Chicago University Press 2007, Bloomsbury 2013.
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Time, Creation and the Continuum
Duckworth 1983, 473 pp., paperback, repr. Chicago University Press, Bloomsbury 2013.
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Matter, Space and Motion
Duckworth 1988, 377 pp, paperback, repr. Chicago University Press (Choice award for outstanding academic books, 1989-90), Bloomsbury 2013.
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Animal Minds and Human Morals: The Origins of the Western Debate
Duckworth and Cornell University, 1993, paperback, Bloomsbury 2013.
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Emotion and Peace of Mind: From Stoic Agitation
to Christian Temptation
Oxford University Press, 2000, 500 pp, paperback 2002, being translated into Croatian.
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Self: Ancient and Modern Insights About Individuality, Life and Death
Chicago and Oxford 2006, being translated into Serbian.
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The Philosophy of the Commentators, 200-600 AD:
60 chapters, 350 topics, Duckworth, Cornell 2004, paperback, Bloomsbury 2013.
vol.3, Logic and Metaphysics
Opening Doors: The Untold Story of Cornelia
Sorabji, Reformer, Lawyer and Champion
of Women’s Rights in India
I.B Tauris, London, Palgrave Macmillan USA, Penguin India, Delhi, 2010.
Other Books edited and co-edited in 10 volumes
Richard Sorabji In Conversation with Ramin Jahanbegloo (on his philosophy)
Oxford University Press, New Delhi 2014.
Philoponus and the Rejection of Aristotelian Science
Duckworth and Cornell University, 1987 paperback, Greek translation by Elias Tempelis, Chloe Balla, 2007.
2nd edition, greatly expanded to take account of excavation of the Alexandrian School and of over 160 new publications since the first edition, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, supp. vol. 103, 2010. Excerpt: ‘New Findings Part I: the classrooms excavated’, to be reprinted in Pauliina Remes and Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, eds, A Handbook of Neoplatonism, Acumen, forthcoming.
Aristotle Transformed: The Ancient Commentators and Their Influence
Duckworth and Cornell University 1990, Introduction translated into French. Updated 2nd edition, Aristotle Transformed, Bloomsbury 2016
4 vols with J.Barnes and M. Schofield, Duckworth 1975 to 1979, paperback.
Supplement 68 to the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 1997.
The Ethics of War: Shared Problems in Different Traditions
ed. Richard Sorabji and David Rodin, Ashgate, Aldershot, 2006.
and Roman Philosophy, 100 BC – 200 AD
2 vols, ed. Richard Sorabji and Bob Sharples, 35 chapters, 5 of them and Introduction by Sorabji, Supplement to Bulletin of Institute of Classical Studies 83.1 and 2.
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