Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Parmenides" by John Palmer

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References to items prior to 1980 are much more selective than those to more recent items. For a nearly exhaustive, annotated listing of Parmenidean scholarship down to 1980, consult L. Paquet, M. Roussel, and Y. Lafrance, Les Présocratiques: Bibliographie analytique (1879–1980), vol. 2, Montreal: Bellarmin/Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1989, pp. 19–104.

Primary Sources

The standard collection of the fragments of the Presocratics and sophists, together with testimonia pertaining to their lives and thought, remains:

The principal editions or other presentations of the fragments of Parmenides’ poem and testimonia include:

Secondary Sources

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