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The Great Books Reading and Discussion Program anthologies include many Western classics-the ones you always "meant" to read. These works are presented in manageable selections specially chosen for their ability to stimulate discussion. Reading through these volumes is to survey the best that has been thought and said in the Western tradition.
Rothschild's Fiddle (selection) by Anton Chekhov, "On Happiness" by Aristotle, The Apology (selection) by Plato, Heart of Darkness (selection) by Joseph Conrad, "Conscience" by Immanuel Kant, "Alienated Labour" by Karl Marx, Genesis (Bible), "Civilization and Its Discontents" by Sigmond Freud, "The Social Contract" by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, "The Moral Sense of Man and the Lower Animals" by Charles Darwin, Othello by William Shakespeare, "Of Justice and Injustice" by David Hume, "The Power of the Majority" by Alexis de Tocqueville, "Individual Freedom" by Georg Simmel, and Antigone (selection) by Sophocles.
Includes two volumes (Volume 1: 294 pages, Volume 2: 274 pages) and a reader's aid (48 pages).
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