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Monday, October 19, 2015

'Great Books of the Western World' online from Noet

Noet is offering a pre-publication sale of an online edition of Great Books of the Western World (2nd ed., 1990) with many intriguing features. While we do not have experience with this product, it appears likely to be of potential interest to many of our readers.
"New: Great Books of the Western World

"The Great Books of the Western World gives you 60 volumes containing 517 works written by 130 authors.

"These texts capture the major ideas, stories, and discoveries that shaped Western culture. From Homer to Hemingway, Aquinas to Nietzsche, and Galileo to Einstein, the classic conversations spanning history now continue in your digital library.

"Gain insight into these conversations with the Syntopicon, a guide to the 102 major ideas that define the Western tradition. It includes an extensive introduction to each of the 102 ideas and lists every place they’re referenced in the Great Books library. With Noet, you can jump from an idea or sub-idea in the Syntopicon right to the source with one click.

"Reserve yours for 80% off. Hurry! This special deal ends October 21!"

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