To Read

Several people have asked what I’m reading this semester, so I thought I might as well post it here. I’m too busy right now to link everything, but they’re all fairly well-known works. Plus I love nesting lists.

  • Intro to Political Science
    • Machiavelli, The Prince
    • God & Company, Five Books of Moses
    • Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War
    • Dostoyevsky, The Grand Inquisitor
    • Plato, The Republic
    • Locke, Two Treatises of Government
    • Marx-Engels, Mark-Engels Reader
    • Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling
  • Philosophy of Language
    • William Lycan, Philosophy of Language
    • Jay Garfield & al., Meaning and Truth
  • Honors American Government
    • Ketcham, Anti-Federalist Papers & the Constitutional Convention Debates
    • Mary Nichols and David Nichols, Readings in American Government
    • The People Shall Judge, Vol. 1
    • John Calhoun, Union and Liberty
    • Hamilton, Madison, Jay, The Federalist: Gideon edition

Ah, I shall have to finish this when I get back. Mostly done now. Heading out to see this Mars business with Elissa. We saw Mars, I think.