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7/03/2018 8:45 pm  #1


Books you want to read

Which books do you want to read this month?

Les traites négrières: Essai d'histoire globale

I wish this was available in English.

Last edited by Dennis (7/03/2018 8:46 pm)

 

7/10/2018 12:44 pm  #2


Re: Books you want to read

The European Nations in the West Indies 1492-1688, by Arthur Percival Newton
And to accompany that, Spanish Sea: The Gulf of Mexico in North American Discovery 1500-1685 by Robert S Weddle.
If I have time, I would like to supplement those two with both volumes of Woodbury Lowery's Spanish Settlements within the present limits of the United States.
This is more of a two month project, though.


Noli turbare circulos meos.
 

7/11/2018 8:06 am  #3


Re: Books you want to read

I'm looking forward to Peter Kingsley's forthcoming book on Carl Jung and Henry Corbin, Catafalque. 

https://catafalque.org

 

7/11/2018 9:07 am  #4


Re: Books you want to read

I want to read John Leslie's books as I think more attention needs to be given to the role of axiology in natural theology. I am not so interesting in the fine-tuning stuff in Universes but Value and Existence and the follow-ups look tantalizing:

Infinite Minds: A Philosophical Cosmology

Immortality Defended



 

Last edited by DanielCC (7/11/2018 9:08 am)

 

7/13/2018 1:09 am  #5


Re: Books you want to read

Essays on Catholicism, liberalism, and socialism: considered in their fundamental principles

(that's the title)

 

7/13/2018 1:26 pm  #6


Re: Books you want to read

seigneur wrote:

Essays on Catholicism, liberalism, and socialism: considered in their fundamental principles

(that's the title)

That sounds interesting

 

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