Listed below are a collection of academic databases that will enhance your reading of Plato.
Academic Search Premier-This multi-disciplinary database provides full text for more than 4,600 journals, including full text for nearly 3,900 peer-reviewed titles.
Biography Resource Center-Magazine, journal articles, and more on people past and present.
JSTOR- Digital library of books, articles, and primary sources.
MasterFILE Premier- Provides full text articles for nearly 1,700 magazines/journals dating back to 1975. It also contains 500 reference books, and 164,400 primary source documents.
Opposing Viewpoints-Essays and articles on different sides of an issue.
Create an ebrary account and download Plato's Apology, Crito and The Republic on your iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android phone or tablet, or your computer.
Apology (Translator: Unknown)
Apology (Translator: Benjamin Jowlett)
Crito (Translator: Unknown)
Crito (Translator: Benjamin Jowett)
The Republic (Translator: Tom Butler Bowdon)
The Republic (Translator: Raymond Larson)
ebrary has thousands of books that support scholarly inquiry on Plato's Apology, Crito and The Republic. Listed below are a handful of digital texts that can be downloaded. For a more comprehensive list, please visit ebrary.
Plato's Republic: A Study by Stanley Rosen
Plato's Republic: The Good Society and the Deformation of Desire by Martha Nussbaum
Critical Notes on Plato's Politeia by Gerard Boter
Development of Plato's Political Theory by George Klosko
IvyCat is East Central Libraries online catalog. You can search for books, eBooks, videos, and audio files. Begin your search here.
Audio Archive Listen to a reading of the Republic, or view 237 other texts and movies that explore The Republic
Films on Demand Access 17 educational films that will help support your understanding of Plato and his works
YouTube Find a variety of information on Plato and The Republic including Yale open courses, audio readings, and critical examinations