FAU Lifelong Learning Society, Jupiter
Great Works of Western Literature and Philosophy
 Interpretive Analysis and Shared Inquiry of the Great Books Reading and Discussion Program: Series One
 Literature
Enrich your lives by engaging in the “shared inquiry” method of interpretive discussion and analysis to resolve questions, and raise new ones, in a creative process that connects literature with life. This eight week study group will provide enlightening discussions from classic works of Western literature and philosophy on themes of universal significance. The course has no prerequisites. The text, “The Great Books Reading and Discussion Program, First Series: Two Volume Set” may be purchased at the LLS office. Selections may also be found on the Internet and in other collections.

Enrollment for this class is limited to 25 students. Please enroll early. Guest pass is $15.

Eight Lectures
  1. Chekhov — Rothschild’s Fiddle (complete work)
  2. Aristotle — On Happiness
  3. Plato — The Apology (complete work)
  4. Conrad — Heart of Darkness (complete work)
  5. Kant — Conscience
  6. Marx — Alienated Labour
  7. Bible — Genesis
  8. Freud — Civilization and its Discontents
Course # W8W6 — Eight Weeks (CLOSED)
  Place:Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
  Dates:Wednesdays — Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26; March 5
  Time:11:15 a.m. — 12:45 p.m.
  Fee:SOLD OUT