#16 – Brett McKay (Art of Manliness) on Dante’s Divine Comedy

#16 – Brett McKay (Art of Manliness) on Dante’s Divine Comedy

#16 – Brett McKay (Art of Manliness) on Dante’s Divine Comedy Brett McKay of Art of Manliness fame joins Online Great Books owner Scott Hambrick to discuss Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, a narrative poem best known by the titles of its three constituent parts: Inferno, Purgatorio,and Paradiso.   Dante's tale blends Christian theology and human reason, [...]
#15 – Marsha Familaro Enright on Montessori, Meeting Ayn Rand, and Building Reading Confidence in Adults

#15 – Marsha Familaro Enright on Montessori, Meeting Ayn Rand, and Building Reading Confidence in Adults

#15 – Marsha Familaro Enright on Montessori, Meeting Ayn Rand, and Building Reading Confidence in Adults You've heard her in the OGB staff seminar discussions, now she's joined the podcast to tell Scott her encounters with the Great Books. Marsha Enright developed a strong interest in education and the problems with modern public education at [...]
#13 – Plato’s Republic, Books I-V: Satire or a Manual for Government?

#13 – Plato’s Republic, Books I-V: Satire or a Manual for Government?

#13 – Plato’s Republic, Books I-V: Satire or a Manual for Government? Scott Hambrick and the OGB seminar leaders tackle the first five books of Plato's Republic, wrestling with Socrates' central question "what is justice?" and arguing whether Plato intended the Republic as a manual for government or political satire. Malachy Walsh leads the discussion. [...]
#11 – Scott on The Canon Ball Podcast: Round Table Talk – Literature!

#11 – Scott on The Canon Ball Podcast: Round Table Talk – Literature!

#11 – Scott on The Canon Ball Podcast: Round Table Talk – Literature! Our dear Reader-in-Chief, Scott Hambrick, appeared on the Canon Ball Podcast (an Agora Podcast Network show) to talk about Edmund Burke, Voltaire, and discuss their influence on thoughts about the French Revolution.   From the Canon Ball Podcast episode description: Daniel from [...]
#8 – (M)Ad Man: How the Classics Informed Malachy Walsh’s Career in Advertising

#8 – (M)Ad Man: How the Classics Informed Malachy Walsh’s Career in Advertising

#8 – (M)Ad Man: How the Classics Informed Malachy Walsh’s Career in Advertising Scott interviews Online Great Books seminar leader and former ad-man Malachy Walsh about his Classical education and his long career in advertising during the fertile "Mad Men" period of the industry in the late 60's through the 70's. Malachy has dedicated his [...]
#7 – Quintus Curtius: Breathing New Life into Latin Translation

#7 – Quintus Curtius: Breathing New Life into Latin Translation

#7 – Quintus Curtius: Breathing New Life into Latin Translation Scott interviews attorney, former Marine, autodidact, and lover of classics Quintus Curtius (his nomme de guerre) about his life passion - translating classic works of Latin. Quintus has translated six major books including Cicero's On Duties and Sallast's The Conspiracy of Cataline and The War [...]