Monthly Archives: July 2013

Get Up, Lazybones

I don’t know about you, but it irks me that even after reading 3,000 pages of science and mathematics in this Great Books Project, I still have trouble reading Isaac Newton. Oh, and I completely forgot to mention that we … Continue reading

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Heartbreaker and Homewrecker

This week in the Great Books Project we launch into the work in Isaac Newton in a big way. In the process we will also pass the 3,000-page mark in the Science and Mathematics category. Buckle up! Here are the … Continue reading

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One More Volume Down

I neglected to mention it last week, but Dante’s discourse on world government was the final reading from Volume 7 of the Gateway to the Great Books series. What’s more, we are very close to completing Volume 3, with just … Continue reading

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Dante Alighieri, Aspiring Bilderberger

I don’t know about you, but I am ready to say farewell to Sigmund Freud for a while, so it’s a good thing this week’s Great Books readings include the conclusion of The Interpretation of Dreams. Here are the readings … Continue reading

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Sigmund Freud Has a Potty-Brain (Really!)

Happy Independence Day to all my fellow Americans, and a pleasant early July day to the rest of you. I neglected to schedule any selections from American authors in this week’s Great Books Project to celebrate. Nevertheless, we press forward … Continue reading

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