Episode 10: The Great Books

In this episode, I talk about how valuable it is to delve into some of the “great books” that educated people I’ve known and respected have read, struggled with and discussed. Growing up, my father always talked about a University of Chicago professor with an odd yet memorable name, Mortimer Adler. Decades later, I now understand why my Dad had his own personal library and how many of the titles in it were on the recommended reading list that Adler compiled. What’s more, I talk about how a new program called the Online Great Books Program, and its founder Scott Hambrick, are leading hordes of inquiring, thirsty minds to read these books.


Mortimer Adler
Book review video (“How to read a book” by Mortimer Adler)
Online Great Books Program

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