Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sancho Panza as Solomon

We get a shot in the arm this week in the Great Books Project with some “new blood” now that we have completed Nietzsche and Lavoisier (both for good because each only had a single work in the collection). I’m … Continue reading

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Rocinante Has Nothing on This Wooden Horse

This week, as in most weeks, I saw at least two or three situations where some sort of observation from or application of the week’s Great Books readings were a propos. I wish I had more blogging time to discuss … Continue reading

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Four Emperors in Two Chapters

This week in the Great Books Project we will pass the 5,500-page mark in the Imaginative Literature category. Buckle up! Here are the readings for the coming week: The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes, … Continue reading

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Roman Pygmies and Herd Morality

I neglected to mention it last week, but we have now passed the 18,000-page mark in this Great Books Project. Onward! Here are the readings for the coming week: The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de … Continue reading

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