A manifesto for a revolution in American public education, prepared by Mortimer J. Adler "on behalf of the members of The Paideia Group."
How to Read a Book, originally published in 1940, has become a rare phenomenon, a living classic.
It is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader.
Dr. Adler, in his discussion, extends and modernizes the argument for the existence of God developed by Aristotle and Aquinas.
Through concise and lucid arguments, Dr. Adler shapes a highly e...
Philosophy of everybody's business.
The importance of philosophy can be summed up in two words: Great Ideas.
They are common concepts that are a part of everyone's vocabulary and ordina...
It is concerned only with the question of where, in that diversity, the truth lies if there is any truth in religion at all.
For the first time in paperback, the illuminating critique of modern thought from America's Philosopher for Everyman (Time).
Now Adler instructs the world in the "uncommon common sense" of Aristotelian logic, presenting Aristotle's understandings in a current, delightfully lucid way.
By encouraging readers to think...
This monumental collection compiles history's greatest written works, from the ancient classics to more recent masterpieces.
Great Books of the Western World contains 517 works from 130 of th...