Great Books First Series and Reader's Aid

Great Books Reading and Discussion First Series and Reader Aid

ADU-01 | ISBN 978-0-945159-75-9 | Softcover |
Vol.1 294 pages | Vol. 2 274 pages |
Reader Aid 48 pages


These books have proven time and again to deliver the quality reading and discussion that the Great Books Foundation is known for. Composed of classics that make up the core of the Western tradition, this series (2 volumes) provides a way of understanding our society and ourselves through selections that contain the great ideas that have shaped our thinking. Whether you are new to the great conversation or a veteran Great Books participant, every title in this series offers an ideal platform for launching your Shared Inquiry™ discussion experience.

Rothschild's Fiddle*
Anton Chekhov
On Happiness
The Apology*
Heart of Darkness*
Joseph Conrad
Immanuel Kant
Alienated Labour
Karl Marx
Civilization and Its Discontents
Sigmund Freud
The Social Contract
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
The Moral Sense of Man and the Lower Animals
Charles Darwin
William Shakespeare
Of Justice and Injustice
David Hume
The Power of the Majority
Alexis de Tocqueville
Individual Freedom
Georg Simmel

*Indicates a complete work. All other selections are taken from longer works.