I have 11 books for my fall semester! Six philosophy, three religious studies, and two German. Here’s a list of them.
20th Century Philosophy
The Philosophy of Logical Atomism by Bertrand Russell.
Sense and Sensibilia by J.L. Austin
Language, Truth, and Logic by Alfred Jules Ayer
Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind by Wilfrid Sellars
Pursuit of Truth by W.V. Quine
Epistemology: An Anthology by various authors
Buddhism of South and Southeast Asia
The Buddhist World of Southeast Asia by Donald K. Swearer
Mindfulness in Plain English by Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
Buddhism: Introducing the Buddhist Experience by Donald W. Mitchell
And a couple of books for my German class called Access to German.
For fun I’m currently reading God? A Debate Between a Christian and an Atheist by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and William Lane Craig. Waiting for The Providence of God by Paul Helm. I’ve been reading on the issue of Divine providence/foreknowledge and free-will for a while now. I’ve been looking at it theologically and philosophically. Most of the material with a philosophical bent has been from a Molinist and open theist perspective. The stuff I read in the Calvinist perspective (which is what my church is) is theological, so I thought I’d read Paul Helm to get a more philosophical look at it.