This page links to further pages about individual books on Middle Way Philosophy specifically, including both introductions and more detailed books. All these books so far are by Robert M Ellis, the founder of the society, but the category is in principle open to others if they produce work about the universal Middle Way (rather than the Middle Way subservient to a particular religious or other tradition).
Introductory books about Middle Way Philosophy:
Migglism: A Beginner’s Guide to Middle Way Philosophy by Robert M Ellis* (2014)
A short and accessible guide intended for those new to Middle Way Philosophy, with summaries and illustrations. Approved by the Middle Way Society publications committee.
Truth on the Edge by Robert M Ellis** (2011)
A slightly more philosophical but still introductory book. It explains the overall approach to philosophical issues, and various areas of practical application, including ethics, religion, science and politics.
Parables of the Middle Way * by Robert M Ellis (2016)
This book offers a more imaginative way into some key themes of Middle Way Philosophy, using a series of stories and commentaries. Approved by the Middle Way Society publications committee.
More detailed books on Middle Way Philosophy:
The four-volume Middle Way Philosophy series is intended to give a comprehensive introduction to the theory and its general application to practice. It is intended to be of an academic standard with referencing and bibliography, but moderately readable.*** An omnibus edition, binding all four volumes together, is also now available in print and as an e-book.
Middle Way Philosophy 1: The Path of Objectivity by Robert M Ellis(2012)
This gives an overall orientation in the philosophical approach, and providing a detailed exploration of concepts such as the Middle Way, objectivity, justification, integration and Middle Way ethics.
Middle Way Philosophy 2: The Integration of Desire by Robert M Ellis (2013)
This focuses on the resolution of conflict through integration, both within and between individuals
Middle Way Philosophy 3: The Integration of Meaning by Robert M Ellis (2013)
This explores the radical implications of embodied meaning and the links between integration and the arts
Middle Way Philosophy 4: The Integration of Belief by Robert M Ellis (2015)
This final volume tackles the psychological issues around our beliefs, including how we can be provisional, and how we can understand cognitive biases in relation to metaphysics.
A Theory of Moral Objectivity ****by Robert M Ellis
The original Ph.D. thesis in which the ideas of Middle Way Philosophy were first developed as a basis for objectivity in ethics. This book includes a detailed evaluative survey of past Western thinkers in relation to the Middle Way.