The Open Syllabus Project, is an effort to make the intellectual judgment embedded in syllabi relevant to broader explorations of teaching, publishing, and intellectual history. It released the top texts taught from the top US universities over the last 15 years and Quartz released an article listing them. This is exactly the kind of thing that I love. I love to keep learning and the way that works best for me is reading because I also love that. So, they only hard part is choosing the right books. These are definitely some of them. See the list they released below:
|3||The Prince||Machiavelli, Niccolò|
|4||The Clash of Civilizations||Huntington, Samuel|
|5||The Elements of Style||Strunk, William|
|7||The Structure of Scientific Revolutions||Kuhn, Thomas|
|8||Democracy in America||Tocqueville, Alexis De|
|9||The Communist Manifesto||Marx, Karl|
I would so love all of these books. I’ve read only a few. Most if not all of them are available as a penguin classic. In their little black perfect paperback versions. I love these. If only you could buy all of them in one go, with of course an accompanying bookshelf! Someday, Someday, Maybe.