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recommended for: Paul
read in December, 2007
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Brian Garrison Brian Garrison said: "So far have only read 'Categories', 'Prior Analytics', and 'Posterior Analytics'. A giant of a mind! A is A. "

 

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The Complete Works by Aristotle
The Complete Works: The Revised Oxford Translation, Vol. 1
by Aristotle
recommended for: Paul
read in December, 2007
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So far have only read 'Categories', 'Prior Analytics', and 'Posterior Analytics'. A giant of a mind! A is A.
Philosophy by Ayn Rand
Philosophy: Who Needs It
by Ayn Rand
read in April, 2006
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Who needs philosophy? Everyone! An eye-opening work that illuminates the disasterous effects of the Kantian legacy.
A Francis A. Schaeffer Trilogy by Francis August Schaeffer
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Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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The original novel. The adventures of this knight errant are humorous and poignant. Can never be read enough.
The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy
The Mayor of Casterbridge
by Thomas Hardy
read in November, 2004
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A migrant worker of incredible ambition crawls his way into respectable society by paying a horrible price at the beginning of the story...and at the end.
Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy
Jude the Obscure
by Thomas Hardy
read in February, 2006
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Sometimes, in spite of our best efforts, we cannot acheive all that we seek. Through self-education, Jude accumulates tremendous knowledge but ultimately fails to parlay it into wisdom. One could argue that contemporary societal constraints prevent h...more
The Virtue of Selfishness by Ayn Rand
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Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
Atlas Shrugged
by Ayn Rand
read in April, 2007
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What if the producers of our society went on strike? What if, in a world that seeks to reward the incompetent by compelling the largesse of the competent, the men of ability said, "You're on your own."? The moral cannibalism of altruistic doctrines t...more
Experiments Against Reality by Roger Kimball
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