Ten Years of Reading in “Great Books of the Western World”

First Year

  1. Plato: Apology, Crito – Vol. 7, pp. 200-219 (20 pages)
  2. Aristophanes: CloudsLysistrata – Vol. 5, pp. 488-506, 583-599 (36 pages)
  3. Plato: Republic [Book IBook II] – Vol. 7, pp. 295-324 (20 pages)
  4. Aristotle: Ethics [Book I]– Vol. 9, pp. 339-348 (20 pages)
  5. Aristotle: Politics [Book I]– Vol. 9, pp. 445-455 (11 pages)
  6. Plutarch: The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans [Lycurgus, Numa PompiliusLycurgus and Numa Compared, Alexander, Caesar] – Vol. 14, pp. 32-64, 540-604 (98 pages)
  7. New Testament: [The Gospel According to Saint MatthewThe Acts of the Apostles]– (62 pages)
  8. St. Augustine: Confessions [Book I-VIII] – Vol. 18, pp. 1-61 (61 pages)
  9. Machiavelli: The Prince– Vol. 23, pp. 1-37 (37 pages)
  10. Rabelais: Gargantua and Pantagruel [Book I, Book II] – Vol. 24, pp. 1-126 (126 pages)
  11. Montaigne: Essays [Of Custom, and That We Should Not Easily Change a Law ReceivedOf PedantryOf the Education of Children; That It Is Folly to Measure Truth and Error by Our Own Capacity; Of Cannibals; That the Relish of Good and Evil Depends in a Great Measure upon the Opinion We Have of Them; Upon Some Verses of Virgil] – Vol. 25, pp. 42-51, 55-82, 91-98, 115-125, 406-434 (86 pages)
  12. Shakespeare: Hamlet – Vol. 27, pp. 29-72 (44 pages)
  13. Locke: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] – Vol. 35, pp. 25-89 (65 pages)
  14. Rousseau: The Social Contract [Book I, Book II] – Vol. 38, pp. 387-406 (20 pages)
  15. Gibbon: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire [Ch. 15 and Ch.16] – Vol. 40, pp. 179-234 (56 pages)
  16. The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution of the United StatesAmendments, The Federalist [Federalist No. 1 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 2 by John Jay; Federalist No. 3 by John Jay ; Federalist No. 4 by John Jay; Federalist No. 5 by John Jay; Federalist No. 6 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 7 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 8 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 9 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 10 by James Madison; Federalist No. 15 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 31 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 47 by James Madison; Federalist No. 51 by James Madison; Federalist No. 68 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 69 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 70 by Alexander Hamilton; Federalist No. 71 by Alexander Hamilton] – Vol. 43, pp. 1-3, 11-20, 29-53, 62-66, 103-105, 153-156, 162-165, 205-216 (66 pages)
  17. Smith: The Wealth of Nations [Introduction—Book I, Ch. 9] – Vol. 39, pp. 1-41 (41 pages)
  18. Marx—Engels: Manifesto of the Communist Party – Vol. 50, pp. 415-434 (20 pages)
  19. Tocqueville – Democracy in America [Book 1, Part 2, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8)
  20. Ibsen – The Master Builder
  21. Schrödinger – What is Life?

Second Year

  1. Homer: The Iliad – Vol. 4, pp. 3-179 (Book 1; Book 2; Book 3; Book 4; Book 5; Book 6; Book 7; Book 8; Book 9; Book 10; Book 11; Book 12; Book 13; Book 14; Book 15; Book 16; Book 17; Book 18 ; Book 19; Book 20; Book 21; Book 22; Book 23; Book 24)(177 pages)Aeschylus: Agamemnon, Choephoroe, Eumenides – Vol. 5, pp. 52-91 (40 pages)
  2. Sophocles: Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone – Vol. 5, pp. 99-113, 131-142 (28 pages)Herodotus: The History [Book I (Trojan War, Candaules & Gyges and Early Croesus Years, Croesus, Cyrus & the State of Affairs in Greece, Croesus Turns Toward Persia, Media Starts, Astyages & Cyrus, Harpagus Convinces Cyrus to Take Over Media, Persian Culture, Persia v. Ionians and Aeolians, Cyrus Moves on Babylon, Cyrus Meets His End Against the Messagetae), Book II] – Vol. 6, pp. 1-88 (88 pages)
  3. Plato: Meno – Vol. 7, pp. 174-190 (17 pages)
  4. Aristotle: Poetics – Vol. 9, pp. 681-699 (19 pages)
  5. Aristotle: Ethics [Book II; Book III, Ch. 5-12; Book VI, Ch. 8-13] – Vol. 9, pp. 348-355, 359-366, 390-394 (20 pages)
  6. Nicomachus: Introduction to Arithmetic – Vol. 11, pp. 811-848 (38 pages)
  7. Lucretius: On the Nature of Things [Book I-IV] – Vol. 12, pp. 1-61 (61 pages)
  8. Marcus Aurelius: Meditations – Vol. 12, pp. 253-310 (58 pages)
  9. Hobbes: Leviathan [Part I] – Vol. 23, pp. 45-98 (54 pages)
  10. Milton: Areopagitica – Vol. 32, pp. 381-412 (32 pages)
  11. Pascal: Pensées [Numbers 72, 82-83, 100, 128, 131, 139, 142-143, 171, 194-195, 219, 229, 233-234, 242, 273, 277, 282, 289, 298, 303, 320, 323, 325, 330-331, 374, 385, 392, 395-397, 409, 412-413, 416, 418, 425, 430, 434-435, 463, 491, 525-531, 538, 543, 547, 553, 556, 564, 571, 586, 598, 607-610, 613, 619-620, 631, 640, 644, 673, 675, 684, 692-693, 737, 760, 768, 792-793] – Vol. 33, pp. 181-184, 186-189, 191-192, 195-200, 203, 205-210, 212-218, 222-225, 227, 229-232, 237-251, 255, 259, 264, 275, 277-287, 290-291, 296-302, 318, 321-322, 326-327 (83 pages)
  12. Pascal: Treatise on the Arithmetical Triangle – Vol. 33, pp. 447-473 (27 pages)
  13. Swift: Gulliver’s Travels – Vol. 36, pp. xv-184 (approx. 185 pages)
  14. Rousseau: A Discourse on the Origin of Inequality – Vol. 38, pp. 323-366 (44 pages)
  15. Kant: Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals – Vol. 42, pp. 253-287 (35 pages)
  16. Mill: On Liberty – Vol. 43, pp. 267-323 (57 pages)

Third Year

  1. Aeschylus: Prometheus Bound – Vol. 5, pp. 40-51 (12 pages)
  2. Herodotus: The History [Book VII-IX] – Vol. 6, pp. 214-314 (101 pages)
  3. Thucydides: The History of the Peloponnesian War [Book I-II, V] – Vol. 6, pp. 349-416, 482-508 (95 pages)
  4. Plato: Statesman – Vol. 7, pp. 580-608 (29 pages)
  5. Aristotle: On Interpretation [Ch. 1-10] – Vol. 8, pp. 25-31 (7 pages)
  6. Aristotle: Politics [Book III-V] – Vol. 9, pp. 471-519 (49 pages)
  7. Euclid: Elements [Book I] – Vol. 11, pp. 1-29 (29 pages)
  8. Tacitus: The Annals – Vol. 15, pp. 1-184 (184 pages)
  9. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I-II, QQ 90-97] – Vol. 20, pp. 205-239 (35 pages)
  10. Chaucer: Troilus and Cressida – Vol. 22, pp. 1-155 (155 pages)
  11. Shakespeare: Macbeth – Vol. 27, pp. 284-310 (27 pages)
  12. Milton: Paradise Lost – Vol. 32, pp. 93-333 (241 pages)
  13. Locke: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding [Book III, Ch. 1-3, 9-11] – Vol. 35, pp. 251-260, 285-306 (32 pages)
  14. Kant: Science of Right – Vol. 42, pp. 397-458 (62 pages)
  15. Mill: Representative Government [Ch. 1-6] – Vol. 43, pp. 327-370 (44 pages)
  16. Lavoisier: Elements of Chemistry [Part I] – Vol. 45, pp. 1-52 (52 pages)
  17. Dostoevsky: The Brothers Karamazov [Part I-II] – Vol. 52, pp. 1-170 (170 pages)
  18. Freud: The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis – Vol. 54, pp. 1-20 (20 pages)

Fourth Year

  1. Euripides: Medea, Hippolytus, Trojan Women, The Bacchantes – Vol. 5, pp. 212-236, 270-281, 340-352 (50 pages)
  2. Plato: Republic [Book VI-VII] – Vol. 7, pp. 373-401 (29 pages)
  3. Plato: Theaetetus – Vol. 7, pp. 512-550 (39 pages)
  4. Aristotle: Physics [Book IV, Ch. 1-5, 10-14] – Vol. 8, pp. 287-292, 297-304 (14 pages)
  5. Aristotle: Metaphysics [Book I, Ch. 1-2; Book IV; Book VI, Ch. 1; Book XI, Ch. 1-4] – Vol. 8, pp. 499-501, 522-532, 547-548, 587-590 (11 pages)
  6. St. Augustine: Confessions [Book IX-XIII] – Vol. 18, pp. 61-125 (65 pages)
  7. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I, QQ 16-17, 84-88] – Vol. 19, pp. 94-104, 440-473 (45 pages)
  8. Montaigne: Apology for Raymond de Sebonde – Vol. 25, pp. 208-294 (87 pages)
  9. Galileo: Two New Sciences [Third Day, through Scholium of Theorem II] – Vol. 28, pp. 197-210 (14 pages)
  10. Bacon: Novum Organum [Preface, Book I] – Vol. 30, pp. 105-136 (32 pages)
  11. Descartes: Discourse on the Method – Vol. 31, pp. 41-67 (27 pages)
  12. Newton: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy [Prefaces, Definitions, Axioms, General Scholium] – Vol. 34, pp. 1-24, 369-372 (28 pages)
  13. Locke: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding [Book II] – Vol. 35, pp. 121-251 (131 pages)
  14. Hume: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding – Vol. 35, pp. 450-509 (60 pages)
  15. Kant: Critique of Pure Reason [Prefaces, Introduction, Transcendental Aesthetic] – Vol. 43, pp. 1-33 (33 pages)
  16. Melville: Moby Dick – Vol. 48 (420 pages)
  17. Dostoevsky: The Brothers Karamazov [Part III-IV] – Vol. 52, pp. 171-412 (242 pages)
  18. James: Principles of Psychology [Ch. XV, XX] – Vol. 53, pp. 396-420, 540-635 (121 pages)

Fifth Year

  1. Plato: Phaedo – Vol. 7, pp. 220-251 (32 pages)
  2. Aristotle: Categories – Vol. 8, pp. 5-21 (17 pages)
  3. Aristotle: On the Soul [Book II, Ch. 1-3; Book III] – Vol. 8, pp. 642-645, 656-668 (17 pages)
  4. Hippocrates: The Oath; On Ancient Medicine; On Airs, Waters, and Places; The Book of Prognostics; Of the Epidemics; The Law; On the Sacred Disease – Vol. 10, pp. xiii-26, 44-63, 144, 154-160 (55 pages)
  5. Galen: On the Natural Faculties – Vol. 10, pp. 167-215 (49 pages)
  6. Virgil: The Aeneid – Vol. 13, pp. 103-379 (277 pages)
  7. Ptolemy: The Almagest [Book I, Ch. 1-8]
  8. Copernicus: Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres [Introduction—Book I-Ch. 11]
  9. Kepler: Epitome of Copernican Astronomy [Book IV, Part II, Ch. 1-2] – Vol. 16, pp. 5-14, 505-532, 887-895 (47 pages)
  10. Plotinus: Sixth Ennead – Vol. 17, pp. 252-360 (109 pages)
  11. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I, QQ 75-76, 78-79] – Vol. 19, pp. 378-399, 407-427 (33 pages)
  12. Dante: The Divine Comedy [Hell] – Vol. 21, pp. 1-52 (52 pages)
  13. Harvey: The Motion of the Heart and Blood – Vol. 28, pp. 267-304 (38 pages)
  14. Cervantes: Don Quixote [Part I] – Vol. 29, pp. xi-204 (approx. 206 pages)
  15. Spinoza: Ethics [Part II] – Vol. 31, pp. 373-394 (22 pages)
  16. Berkeley: The Principles of Human Knowledge – Vol. 35, pp. 403-444 (42 pages)
  17. Kant: Critique of Pure Reason [Transcendental Analytic] – Vol. 43, pp. 34-108 (75 pages)
  18. Darwin: The Origin of Species [Introduction—Ch. 6, Ch. 15] – Vol. 49, pp. 6-98, 230-243 (107 pages)
  19. Tolstoy: War and Peace [Book I-VIII] – Vol. 51, pp. 1-341 (341 pages)
  20. James: Principles of Psychology [Ch. XXVIII] – Vol. 53, pp. 851-897 (47 pages)

Sixth Year

  1. Old Testament [Genesis, Exodus, Deuteronomy] (121 pages)
  2. Homer: The Odyssey – Vol. 4, pp. 183-322 (140 pages)
  3. Plato: Laws [Book X] – Vol. 7, pp. 757-771 (15 pages)
  4. Aristotle: Metaphysics [Book XII] – Vol. 8, pp. 598-606 (9 pages)
  5. Tacitus: The Histories – Vol. 15, pp. 189-302 (114 pages)
  6. Plotinus: Fifth Ennead – Vol. 17, pp. 208-251 (44 pages)
  7. St. Augustine: The City of God [Book XV-XVIII] – Vol. 18, pp. 397-507 (111 pages)
  8. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I, QQ 1-13] – Vol. 19, p. 3-75 (73 pages)
  9. Dante: The Divine Comedy [Purgatory] – Vol. 21, pp. 53-105 (53 pages)
  10. Shakespeare: Comedy of Errors, The Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, Twelfth Night – Vol. 26, pp. 149-169, 199-228, 597-626; Vol. 27, pp. 1-28 (109 pages)
  11. Spinoza: Ethics [Part I] – Vol. 31, pp. 355-372 (18 pages)
  12. Milton: Samson Agonistes – Vol. 32, pp. 337-378 (42 pages)
  13. Pascal: The Provincial Letters – Vol. 33, pp. 1-167 (167 pages)
  14. Locke: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding [Book IV] – Vol. 35, pp. 307-395 (89 pages)
  15. Gibbon: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire [Ch. 1-5, General Observations on the Fall of the Roman Empire in the West] – Vol. 40, pp. 1-51, 630-634 (56 pages)
  16. Kant: Critique of Pure Reason [Transcendental Dialectic] – Vol. 42, pp. 108-209 (102 pages)
  17. Hegel: Philosophy of History [Introduction] – Vol. 46, pp. 153-206 (54 pages)
  18. Tolstoy: War and Peace [Book IX-XV, Epilogues] – Vol. 51, pp. 342-696 (355 pages)

Seventh Year

  1. Old Testament [Job, Isaiah, Amos] – (103 pages)
  2. Plato: Symposium – Vol. 7, pp. 149-173 (25 pages)
  3. Plato: Philebus – Vol. 7, pp. 609-639 (31 pages)
  4. Aristotle: Ethics [Book VIII-X] – Vol. 9, pp. 406-436 (31 pages)
  5. Archimedes: Measurement of a Circle, The Equilibrium of Planes [Book I], The Sand-Reckoner, On Floating Bodies [Book I] – Vol. 11, pp. 447-451, 502-509, 520-526, 538-542 (25 pages)
  6. Epictetus: Discourses – Vol. 12, pp. 105-245 (141 pages)
  7. Plotinus: First Ennead – Vol. 17, pp. 1-34 (34 pages)
  8. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I-II, QQ 1-5] – Vol. 19, p. 609-643 (35 pages)
  9. Dante: The Divine Comedy [Paradise] – Vol. 21, pp. 106-157 (52 pages)
  10. Rabelais: Gargantual and Pantagruel [Book III-IV] – Vol. 24, pp. 127-312 (186 pages)
  11. Shakespeare: Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus – Vol. 26, pp. 568-596; Vol. 27, pp. 311-392 (111 pages)
    Galileo: Two New Sciences [First Day] – Vol. 28, pp. 131-177 (47 pages)
  12. Spinoza: Ethics [Part IV-V] – Vol. 31, pp. 422-463 (42 pages)
    Newton: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy [Book III, Rules], Optics [Book I, Part I; Book III, Queries] – Vol. 34, pp. 270-271, 379-423, 516-544 (76 pages)
  13. Huygens: Treatise on Light – Vol. 34, pp. 551-619 (69 pages)
  14. Kant: Critique of Practical Reason – Vol. 42, pp. 291-361 (71 pages)
  15. Kant: Critique of Judgement [Critique of Aesthetic Judegment] – Vol. 42, pp. 461-549 (89 pages)
  16. Mill: Utilitarianism – Vol. 43, pp. 445-476 (32 pages)

Eighth Year

  1. Aristophanes: Thesmophoriazusae, Ecclesiazusae, Plutus – Vol. 5, pp. 600-642 (43 pages)
  2. Plato: Gorgias – Vol. 7, pp. 252-294 (43 pages)
  3. Aristotle: Ethics [Book V] – Vol. 9, pp. 376-387 (12 pages)
  4. Aristotle: Rhetoric [Book I, Ch. 1—Book II, Ch. 1; Book II, Ch. 20—Book III, Ch. 1; Book III, Ch. 13-19] – Vol. 9, pp. 593-623, 640-654, 667-675 (55 pages)
  5. St. Augustine: On Christian Doctrine – Vol. 19, pp. 619-698 (80 pages)
  6. Hobbes: Leviathan [Part II] – Vol. 23, pp. 99-164 (66 pages)
  7. Shakespeare: Othello, King Lear – Vol. 27, pp. 205-283 (79 pages)
  8. Bacon: Advancement of Learning [Book I, Ch. 1—Book II, Ch. 11] – Vol. 30, pp. 1-55 (55 pages)
  9. Descartes: Meditations on the First Philosophy – Vol. 31, pp. 69-103 (35 pages)
  10. Spinoza: Ethics [Part III] – Vol. 31, pp. 395-422 (28 pages)
  11. Locke: A Letter Concerning Toleration – Vol. 35, pp. 1-22 (22 pages)
  12. Sterne: Tristam Shandy – Vol. 36, pp. 190-556 (367 pages)
  13. Rousseau: A Discourse on Political Economy – Vol. 38, pp. 367-385 (19 pages)
  14. Smith: The Wealth of Nations [Book II] – Vol. 39, pp. 117-162 (46 pages)
  15. Boswell: The Life of Samuel Johnson – Vol. 44, pp. 49-55, 104-139, 159-173, 247-262, 281-322 (74 pages)
  16. Marx: Capital [Prefaces, Part I-II] – Vol. 50, pp. 1-84 (84 pages)
  17. Goethe: Faust [Part I] – Vol. 47, pp. 1-114 (114 pages)
  18. James: Principles of Psychology [Ch. VIII-X] – Vol. 53, pp. 130-259 (130 pages)

Ninth Year

  1. Plato: The Sophist – Vol. 7, pp. 551-579 (29 pages)
  2. Thucydides: The History of the Peloponnesian War [Book VII-VIII] – Vol. 6, pp. 538-593 (56 pages)
  3. Aristotle: Politics [Book VII-VIII] – Vol. 9, pp. 527-548 (22 pages)
  4. Apollonius: On Conic Sections [Book I, Prop. 1-15; Book III, Prop. 42-55] – Vol. 11, pp. 603-624, 780-797 (40 pages)
  5. New Testament [The Gospel According to St. John, The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans, The First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians] – (51 pages)
  6. St. Augustine: The City of God [Book V, XIX] – Vol. 18, pp. 207-230, 507-530 (48 pages)
  7. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part II-II, QQ 1-7] – Vol. 20, pp. 380-416 (37 pages)
  8. Gilbert: On the Loadstone – Vol. 28, pp. 1-121 (121 pages)
  9. Descartes: Rules for the Direction of the Mind – Vol. 31, pp. 1-40 (40 pages)
  10. Descartes: Geometry – Vol. 31, pp. 295-353 (59 pages)
  11. Pascal: The Great Experiment Concerning the Equilibrium of Fluids, On Geometrical Demonstration – Vol. 33, pp. 382-389, 430-446 (8 + 17 = 25 pages)
  12. Fielding: Tom Jones – Vol. 37 (405 pages)
  13. Montesquieu: The Spirit of Laws [Book I-V, VIII, XI-XII] – Vol. 38, pp. 1-33, 51-58, 68-96 (70 pages)
  14. Fourier: Analytical Theory of Heat [Preliminary Discourse, Ch. 1-2] – Vol. 45, pp. 169-251 (83 pages)
  15. Faraday: Experimental Researches in Electricity [Series I-II], A Speculation Touching Electric Conduction and the Nature of Matter – Vol. 45, pp. 265-302, 850-855 (44 pages)
  16. Hegel: Philosophy of Right [Part III] – Vol. 46, pp. 55-114 (60 pages)
  17. Marx: Capital [Part III-IV] – Vol. 50, pp. 85-250 (166 pages)
  18. Freud: Civilization and Its Discontents – Vol. 54, pp. 767-802 (36 pages)

Tenth Year

  1. Sophocles: Ajax, Electra – Vol. 5, pp. 143-169 (27 pages)
  2. Plato: Timaeus – Vol. 7, pp. 442-477 (36 pages)
  3. Aristotle: On the Parts of Animals [Book I, Ch. 1—Book II, Ch. 1], On the Generation of Animals [Book I, Ch. 1, 17-18, 20-23] – Vol. 9, pp. 161-171, 255-256, 261-266, 268-271 (23 pages)
  4. Lucretius: On the Nature of Things [Book V-VI] – Vol. 12, pp. 61-97 (37 pages)
  5. Virgil: The Eclogues, The Georgics – Vol. 13, pp. 3-99 (97 pages)
  6. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I, QQ 65-74] – Vol. 19, pp. 339-377 (39 pages)
  7. St. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica [Part I, QQ 90-102] – Vol. 19, pp. 480-527 (48 pages)
  8. Chaucer: Canterbury Tales [Prologue, Knight’s Tale, Miller’s Prologue and Tale, Reeve’s Prologue and Tale, Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale, Friar’s Prologue and Tale, Summoner’s Prologue and Tale, Pardoner’s Prologue and Tale] – Vol. 22, pp. 159-232, 256-295, 372-382 (34 + 40 + 11 = 85 pages)
  9. Shakespeare: The Tragedy of King Richard II, The First Part of King Henry IV, The Second Part of King Henry IV, The Life of King Henry V – Vol. 26, pp. 320-351, 434-502, 532-567 (137 pages)
  10. Harvey: On the Generation of Animals [Introduction—Exercise 62] – Vol. 28, pp. 331-470 (140 pages)
  11. Cervantes: Don Quixote [Part II] – Vol. 29, pp. 203-429 (227 pages)
  12. Kant: Critique of Judgement [Critique of Teleological Judgement] Vol. 42, pp. 550-613 (64 pages)
  13. Boswell: The Life of Samuel Johnson – Vol. 44, pp. 354-364, 373-384, 391-407, 498-515, 584-587 (62 pages)
  14. Goethe: Faust [Part II] – Vol. 47, pp. 115-294 (180 pages)
  15. Darwin: The Descent of Man [Part I; Part III, Ch. 21] – Vol. 49, pp. 255-363, 590-597 (117 pages)
  16. Marx: Capital [Part VII-VIII] – Vol. 50, pp. 279-383 (105 pages)
  17. James: Principles of Psychology [Ch. I, V-VII] – Vol. 53, pp. 1-7, 84-129 (53 pages)
  18. Freud: A General Introduction to Psycho-analysis – Vol. 54, pp. 449-638 (190 pages)