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The Road to Freedom: One Hundred Best Books for an Education

Nek se nađe i ovo u vašoj kolekciji. The Road to Freedom: One Hundred Best Books for an Education (As recommended by Will Durant in The Greatest Minds and Ideas of All Time) GROUP I. INTRODUCTORY 1. THOMSON, J. A., The Outline of Science. 4v. 2. CLENDENING, LOGAN, The Human Body. *3. KELLOGG, J.H., The New Dietetics; pp. 1-531, 975-1011. 4. JAMES, Wm., Principles of Psychology. 2v. *5. WELLS, H. G., The Outline of History; chs. 1-14. 6. SUMNER, W. G., Folkways. 7. FRAZER, SIR JAS., The Golden Bough. GROUP II. ASIA AND AFRICA *8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, The Human Adventure. 2v. vol. I, chs. 2-7. 5. WELLS, chs. 15-21, 26. 9. BROWN, BRIAN, The Wisdom of China. *10. The Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Ruth, Esther, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Isaiah, Amos, Micah, the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, and Epistles of St. Paul. *11. FAURE, ELIE, History of Art. 4v. vol. I, chs. 1-3; vol. II, chs. 1-3. 12. WILLIAMS, H. S., History of Science, 5v. bk. I, chs. 1-4. GROUP III. GREECE 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. I, chs. 8-19. 5. WELLS, chs. 22-25. 13. BURY, J. B., History of Greece. 2v. 14. HERODOTUS, Histories. (Everyman Library.) 15. THUCYDIDES, The Peloponnesian War. (Everyman Library.) *16. PLUTARCH, Lives of Illustrious Men (esp. Lycurgus, Solon, Themistocles, Aristides, Pericles, Alcibiades, Demosthenes, Alexander). 17. MURRAY, G., Greek Literature. 18. HOMER, lliad. Trans. Bryant. Selections. 19. HOMER, Odyssey. Trans. Bryant. Selections. 20. AESCHYLUS, Prometheus Bound. Trans. Eliz. Browning. 21. SOPHOCLES, Oedipus Tyrannus and Antigone. Trans. Young. (Everyman Library.) 22. EURIPIDES, all plays so far translated by Gilbert Murray. 23. DIOGENES LAERTIUS Lives of the Philosophers. *24. PLATO, Dialogues. Trans. Jowett. Esp. The Apology of Socrates, Phaedo, and The Republic (sections 327-32, 336-77, 384-85, 392-426, 433-35, 481-83, 512-20, 572-95). 1v. ed. by Irwin Edman. 25. ARISTOTLE, Nicomachean Ethics. 26. ARISTOTLE, Politics. 12. WILLIAMS, History of Science, bk. I, chs. 5-9. 11. FAURE, History of Art, vol. I, chs. 4-7. GROUP IV. ROME 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. I, chs. 20-30. 5. WELLS, chs. 27-29. 16. PLUTARCH, Lives (esp. Cato Censor, Tiberius and Caius Gracchus, Marius, Sylla, Pompey, Cicero, Caesar, Brutus, Antony). 27. LUCRETIUS, On the Nature of Things. Trans. Munro. (Certain passages are admirably paraphrased in W. H. Mallock, Lucretius on Life and Death.) 28. VIRGIL, Aeneid. Trans. Wm. Morris. Selections. *29. MARCUS AURELIUS, Meditations. (Everyman Library.) 12. WILLIAMS, bk. I chs. 10-11. 11. FAURE, vol. I ch. 8. *30. GIBBON, E., Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. 6v. (Everyman Library.) Esp. chs. 1-4, 9-10, 14, 15-24, 26-28, 30-31, 35-36, 44, 71. As recommended by Will Durant in The Greatest Minds and Ideas of All Time GROUP V. THE AGE OF CHRISTIANITY 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. II, chs. 1-11. 5. WELLS, chs. 30-34. 30. GIBBON, chs. 37-38, 47-53, 55-59, 64-65, 68-70. *31. OMAR KHAYYAM, Rubaiyat. Fitzgerald’s paraphrase. 32. MOORE, GEO., Heloise and Abelard. 2v. 33. DANTE, Divine Comedy. Trans. Longfellow, or C. E. Norton. *34. TAINE, H., History of English Literature, bk. I. 35. CHAUCER, G., Canterbury Tales. (Everyman Library.) Selections. 36. ADAMS, H., Mont St. Michel and Chartres. 12. WILLIAMS, bk. II, chs. 1-3. 11. FAURE, vol. II, chs. 4-9. 37. GRAY, C., History of Music, chs. 1-3, 5. GROUP VI. THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE 5. WELLS, ch. 35. 38. SYMONDS, J. A., The Renaissance in Italy, 7v. 39. CELLINI, B., Autobiography. Trans. Symonds. 40. VASARI, G., Lives of the Painters and Sculptors. 4v. Esp. Giotto, Brunelleschi, Botticelli, Fra Angelico, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo. 41. HOFFDING, H., History of Modern Philosophy. 2v. Sections on Bruno and Machiavelli. 42. MACHIAVELLI, N., The Prince. 37. GRAY, chs. 6, 8. GROUP VII. EUROPE IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. II, chs. 13-14. 43. SMITH, P., The Age of the Reformation. 44. FAGUET, E., The Literature of France; sections on the 16th century. 45. RABELAIS, Gargantua and Pantagruel. *46. MONTAIGNE, Essays. 3v. (Everyman Library.) Esp. Of Coaches, Of the Incommodity of Greatness, Of Vanity, and Of Experience. 47. CERVANTES, Don Quixote. *48. SHAKESPEARE:, Plays. Esp. Hamlet, Lear, Macbeth, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Henry IV, Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Timon of Athens, and The Tempest. 34. TAINE, bk. II, chs. 1-4. 37. GRAY, chs. 4, 7. 12. WILLIAMS, bk. II, chs. 4-8. 11. FAURE, vol. III, chs. 4-6. GROUP VIII. EUROPE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. II, ch. 15. 44. FAGUET, sections on the seventeenth century. 49. LA ROCHEFOUCAULD, Reflections. 50. MOLIERE, Plays. Esp. Tartuffe, The Miser, The Misanthrope, The Bourgeois Gentleman, The Feast of the Statue (Don Juan). *51. BACON, F., Essays. All. (Everyman Library.) 52. MILTON, J., Lycidas, L’Allegro, Il Penseroso, Sonnets, Areopagitica, and selections from Paradise Lost. 12. WILLIAMS, bk. II, chs.9-13. 41. HOFFDING, sections on Bacon, Descartes, Hobbes, Locke, Spinoza, and Leibnitz. 53. HOBBES, Leviathan. (Everyman Library.) 54. SPINOZA, Ethics and On the Improvement of the Understanding. (Everyman Library.) 11. FAURE, vol. IV, chs. 1-4. 37. GRAY, chs. 9-10. –Page 1 of 2– GROUP IX. EUROPE IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. II, chs. 16-21. 5. WELLS, chs. 26-27. 44. FAGUET, sections on the eighteenth century. 55. SAINTE-BEUVE, Portraits of the l8th Century. 56. VOLTAIRE, Works. I-vol. ed. Esp. Candide, Zadig, and essays on Toleration and History. 57. ROUSSEAU, J.J., Confessions. 58. TAINE, H., Origins of Contemporary France. 6v. vols. I-IV. *59. CARLYLE, The French Revolution. 2v. (Everyman Library.) 34. TAINE, History of English Literature, bk. Ill, chs. 4-7. *60. BOSWELL, Life of Samuel Johnson. 2v. (Everyman Library.) 61. FIELDING, H., Tom Jones. (Everyman Library, 2v.) 62. STERNE, L., Tristram Shandy. (Everyman Library.) *63. SWIFT, J., Gulliver’s Travels. (Everyman Library.) 64. HUME, D., Treatise on Human Nature. 2v. (Everyman Library.) Esp. bks. II and III. 65. WOLLSTONECRAFT, MARY, Vindication of the Rights of Woman. 66. SMITH, ADAM, The Wealth of Nations. 2v. (Everyman Library.) Selections. 12. WILLIAMS, bk. II, chs. 14-15. 41. HOFFDING, sections on the eighteenth century. 11. FAURE, vol. IV, chs. 5-6. 37. GRAY, chs. 11-12. GROUP X. EUROPE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. II, chs. 22-28. 5. WELLS, chs. 38-39. 58. TAINE, Origins of Contemporary France. vol. V, The Modern Regime, pp. 1-90. 67. LUDWIG, E., Napoleon. 68. BRANDES, G., Main Currents of 19th Century Literature. 6v. *69. GOETHE, Faust. 70. ECKERMANN, Conversations with Goethe. 71. HEINE, Poems. Trans. Louis Untermeyer. 34. TAINE, History of English Literature, bks. IV-V. *72. KEATS, Poems. *73. SHELLEY, Poems. *74. BYRON, Poems. 44. FAGUET, sections on the nineteenth century. 75. BALZAC, Père Goriot. *76. FLAUBERT, Works. I-vol. ed. Esp. Mme. Bovary and Salambo. 77. HUGO, Les Miserables. 78. FRANCE, ANATOLE, Penguin Isle. 79. TENNYSON, Poems. 80. DICKENS, Pickwick Papers. 81. THACKERAY, Vanity Fair. 82. TURGENEV, Fathers and Sons. 83. DOSTOIEVSKI, The Brothers Karamazov. 84. TOLSTOI, War and Peace. 85. IBSEN, Peer Gynt. 12. WILLIAMS, bks. III-IV 86. DARWIN, Descent of Man. 41. HOFFDING, sections on the nineteenth century. 87. BUCKLE, Introduction to the History of Civilization in England. Esp. part I, chs. 1-5, 15. 88. SCHOPENHAUER, Works. I-vol. ed. 89. NIETZSCHE, Thus Spake Zarathustra. 11. FAURE, vol. IV, chs. 7-8. 37. GRAY, chs. 13-17. GROUP XI. AMERICA *90. BEARD, C. and M., The Rise of American Civilization. 2v. 91. POE, Poems and Tales. 92. EMERSON, Essays. 93. THOREAU, Walden. *94. WHITMAN, Leaves of Grass. 95. LINCOLN, Letters and Speeches. GROUP XII. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 8. BREASTED and ROBINSON, vol. II, chs. 29-30. 5. WELLS, chs. 40-41. 96. ROLLAND, R. Jean Christophe. 2v. *97. ELLIS, H., Studies in the Psychology of Sex. vols. I, II, III, VI. *98. ADAMS, H., The Education of Henry Adams. 99. BERGSON, Creative Evolution. *100. SPENGLER, O., Decline of the West. 2v. * Books marked with a star are recommended for purchase. Number of books starred: 27; number of volumes in the list: 151. Time required for reading: 4 years at 7 hours per week, 10 hours per volume. The Road to Freedom: One Hundred Best Books for an Education


Will Durant

Evo šta ljudina piše... "Hence a certain tension between religion and society marks the higher stages of every civilization. Religion begins by offering magical aid to harassed and bewildered men; it culminates by giving to a people that unity of morals and belief which seems so favorable to statesmanship and art; it ends by fighting suicidally in the lost cause of the past. For as knowledge grows or alters continually, it clashes with mythology and theology, which change with geological leisureliness. Priestly control of arts and letters is then felt as a galling shackle or hateful barrier, and intellectual history takes on the character of a "conflict between science and religion." Institutions which were at first in the hands of the clergy, like law and punishment, education and morals, marriage and divorce, tend to escape from ecclesiastical control, and become secular, perhaps profane. The intellectual classes abandon the ancient theology and-after some hesitation- the moral code allied with it; literature and philosophy become anticlerical. The movement of liberation rises to an exuberant worship of reason, and falls to a paralyzing disillusionment with every dogma and every idea. Conduct, deprived of its religious supports, deteriorates into epicurean chaos; and life itself, shorn of consoling faith, becomes a burden alike to conscious poverty and to weary wealth. In the end a society and its religion tend to fall together, like body and soul, in a harmonious death. Meanwhile among the oppressed another myth arises, gives new form to human hope, new courage to human effort, and after centuries of chaos builds another civilization."


Zakoni fizike u Bosni

Bosna prkosi svim zakonitostima našeg svijeta i svim pozitivnim zakonima fizike. Samo u Bosni, recimo, jedno se cijelo dijeli na dvije trećine. U toj je kompliciranoj matematici jedna trećina zapravo polovica, a polovica druge polovice - trećina. Trećina je dakle istovremeno polovica i četvrtina, dvije trećine čine jednu polovicu, jedna trećina drugu, i ako igdje na kugli zemaljskoj postoji materijalni dokaz da je svemir zakrivljen, onda je to Bosna i Hercegovina.

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