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FC: Program of Liberal Studies 2012

1: "The unexamined life is not worth living." -Socrates

2: The Great Books | Seminar I Homer, The Iliad Homer, The Odyssey Herodotus, The Histories Aeschylus, The Oresteia Sophocles, Three Theban Plays Aristotle, Poetics Euripides, Medea Euripides, Bacchae Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War Aristophanes, Clouds Plato, Apology Plato, Crito Plato, Symposium | Seminar III Aquinas, "Treatise on Law" Aquinas, "On Faith" Dante, The Divine Comedy Petrarch, "Ascent of Mount Ventoux" and "On His Own Ignorance and that of Many Others" Chaucer, Canterbury Tales Julian of Norwich, Showings Erasmus, Praise of Folly Machiavelli, The Prince More, Utopia Luther, "The Freedom of a Christian" Montaigne, Complete Essays of Montaigne Teresa of Avila, Interior Castle Cervantes, Don Quixote | Seminar II Plato, Republic Plato, Phaedrus Aristotle, On the Soul Lucretius, The Way Things Are Cicero, On Duties Virgil, The Aeneid Epictetus, The Handbook Augustine, Confessions Augustine, The City of God Anselm, Proslogion Bonaventure, The Journey of the Mind to God

3: of PLS. | Seminar IV Shakespeare, "The Tempest" Bacon, The New Organon Descartes, Discourse on Method Hobbes, The Leviathan Milton, Samson Agonistes Pascal, Pensées Swift, Gulliver's Travels Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding Rousseau, "Discourse on the Origin of Inequality" Smith, Wealth of Nations Kant, Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics Malthus, Essay on the Principle of Population Austen, Pride and Prejudice Goethe, Faust Mozart, Don Giovanni | Seminar V Tolstoy, War and Peace Confucius, Analects of Confucius The Way of Lao Tzu The Bhagavad Gita Teachings of the Compassionate Buddha Hegel, The Philosophy of History Kierkegaard, Philosophical Fragments Newman, Idea of a University De Tocqueville, Democracy in America Melville, Moby Dick Thoreau, Walden Mill, On Liberty Darwin, The Descent of Man | Seminar VI Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov Marx, Capital and "The Communist Manifesto" Flaubert, Madame Bovary Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil James, The Varieties of Religious Experience Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism Mann, "Death in Venice" Freud, Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis Buber, I and Thou Wittgenstein, Blue Book Heidegger, What is Philosophy? Woolf, A Room of One's Own and To the Lighthouse Ellison, Invisible Man

4: The Class | Bia Almeida | Bobby Abdo | Favorite Great Book: The Brothers Karamazov Character/Author Identity: Belacqua from Purgatorio Favorite Sem: V with Bordogna Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Plato | Cassidy Bartolomei | Favorite Great Book: Four Quartets Character/Author Identity: Montaigne Favorite Sem: IV with Emery Favorite Tutorial: Music with Polzonetti Team: Neither... but maybe Aristotle | Reggie Bentley | Brian Bettonville | Jack Bolton | Favorite Great Book: Hume's An Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding Character/Author Identity: Don Quixote Favorite Sem: IV with O'Boyle Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato

5: of 2012 | Daniel Barrera | Favorite Great Book: Beyond Good and Evil Character/Author Identity: Machiavelli Favorite Sem: III with Goulding Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Herodotus' The Histories Character/Author Identity: Homer Favorite Sem: III with Goulding Favorite Tutorial: ICH with Emery Team: Plato | Ginny Benz | Annie Boyle | Favorite Great Book: Don Quixote Character/Author Identity: Antigone Favorite Sem: II with Reydams-Schils Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Locke's Second Treatise on Government Character/Author Identity: Adam Smith Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Politics with Nicgorski Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Brothers Karamazov Character/Author Identity: Herman Melville Favorite Sem: VI with Reydams-Schils Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato

6: Nick Brandt | Katie Buetow | Sarah Coleman | Dan Collins | Jack Duffy | Mary Erler | Favorite Great Book: The Republic Character/Author Identity: William Shakespeare Favorite Sem: III with Nicgorski Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Moby Dick Character/Author Identity: Montaigne Favorite Sem: III with Goulding Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Stapleford Team: Aristotle

7: Liz Chaten | Elizabeth Davis | Douglas Farmer | Favorite Great Book: War and Peace Character/Author Identity: Miranda Favorite Sem: V with Rosenberg Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Iliad Character/Author Identity: Argos Favorite Sem: I with Weinfield Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Stapleford Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Beyond Good and Evil Character/Author Identity: Woman who serves clam chowder to Ishmael on Nantucket in Moby Dick Favorite Sem: IV with O'Boyle Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Peterson Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Odyssey Character/Author Identity: Penelope Favorite Sem: I with Marvin Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Peterson Team: Aristotle | Favorite Great Book: The Brothers Karamazov Character/Author Identity: Ishmael Favorite Sem: V with Bordogna Favorite Tutorial: Politics with Nicgorski Team: Aristotle | Favorite Great Book: The Republic Character/Author Identity: Thoreau Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Nat Sci with Peterson Team: Plato

8: Favorite Great Book: I and Thou Character/Author Identity: Virginia Woolf Favorite Sem: VI with Reydams-Schils Favorite Tutorial: Sci III with Bordogna Team: Aristotle | Favorite Great Book: King Lear Character/Author Identity: Folly Favorite Sem: II with Reydams-Schils Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: A Room of One's Own Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Peterson Team: ...Eh? | Molly Firth | Elizabeth Flood | Karina Galvin | Ben German | Carolyn Henderson | Stephanie House

9: Favorite Great Book: An Essay on the Principle of Population Character/Author Identity: Achilles Favorite Sem: IV with Polzonetti Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Stapleford Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: War and Peace Character/Author Identity: Jonathan Swift Favorite Sem: V with Rosenberg Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Bo and Tom Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Madame Bovary Character/Author Identity: Moby Dick Favorite Sem: VI with Weinfield Favorite Tutorial: Music with Polzonetti Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Don Quixote Character/Author Identity: Chaucer Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Stapleford Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Brothers Karamazov Character/Author Identity: Achilles Favorite Sem: V with Rosenberg Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Weinfield Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Confessions Favorite Sem: V with Rosenberg Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Plato | Josh Foster | Michael Hathaway | Christina LaBarge

10: Michelle Laux | Luke Lennon | Mike McHale | Dina Montemarano | Katie Petrik | Ariella Phillips | Favorite Great Book: City of God Favorite Sem: II with Reydams-Schils Favorite Tutorial: Sci III with Stapleford Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Ascent of Mount Ventoux Character/Author Identity: Thoreau Favorite Sem: IV with Polzonetti Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Peterson Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Moby Dick Character/Author Identity: Queequeg Favorite Sem: IV with O'Boyle Favorite Tutorial: Sci III with Bordogna Team: Aristotle

11: Danny McGiffin | Stephanie Mueth | Lauren Rasch | Favorite Great Book: The Praise of Folly Character/Author Identity: Don Quixonte Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Peterson Team: Aristotle | Favorite Great Book: The Aeneid; A Room of One's Own Character/Author Identity: Rosalind Favorite Sem: IV with Polzonetti Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Divine Comedy; Don Giovanni Character/Author Identity: Don Quixote Favorite Sem: I with Weinfield Favorite Tutorial: Music with Polzonetti Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Brothers Karamazov Character/Author Identity: Blind man in Madame Bovary Favorite Sem: III with Nicgorski Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: War and Peace Character/Author Identity: Don Quixote Favorite Sem: III with Nicgorski Favorite Tutorial: ICH with Emery Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Death in Venice Character/Author Identity: Cardinal Newman Favorite Sem: III with Goulding Favorite Tutorial: ICH with Emery Team: Plato

12: Carolyn Ryan | Ann Marie Schweihs | Gabby Speach | Jimmy Stein | Jill Stinchcomb | Katie Stucko | Favorite Great Book: Antigone Character/Author Identity: Folly Favorite Sem: II with Reydams-Schils Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Pride and Prejudice Character/Author Identity: Thomas Aquinas Favorite Sem: V with Bordogna Favorite Tutorial: Lit II with Fallon Team: Aristotle | Favorite Great Book: The Odyssey; The Bacchae Character/Author Identity: Medea Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Ethics with Power Team: Aristotle

13: Sarah Smith | William Stewart | Sloan Thacker | Favorite Great Book: Kierkegaard's Philosophical Fragments; I and Thou Character/Author Identity: Elizabeth Bennet Favorite Sem: V with Rosenberg Favorite Tutorial: Sci II with Stapleford Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Four Quartets Character/Author Identity: Boethius Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: ICH with Emery Team: Heraclitus | Favorite Great Book: The Aeneid Character/Author Identity: Erasmus Favorite Sem: I with Weinfield Favorite Tutorial: Nat Sci with Sloan Team: Aristotle | Favorite Great Book: I and Thou Character/Author Identity: Dolokhov Favorite Sem: III with Marvin Favorite Tutorial: ICH with Beisswenger Team: Plato

14: Favorite Great Book: I and Thou Character/Author Identity: Erasmus Favorite Sem: III Favorite Tutorial: Politics with Nicgorski Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: The Iliad Character/Author Identity: Ahab Favorite Sem: I with Marvin Favorite Tutorial: Politics with Nicgorski Team: Aristotle | Graham Thomas | John Villecco

15: Favorite Great Book: Paradise Lost Character/Author Identity: Milton Favorite Sem: III with Polzonetti Favorite Tutorial: Lit I with Fallon Team: Plato | Favorite Great Book: Rousseau's Discourse on the Origin of Inequality Character/Author Identity: Sancho Panza Favorite Sem: III with DeGruccio Favorite Tutorial: Politics with Nicgorski Team: Plato | Jimmy Trotter | Trevor Waliszewski

16: That infinite, ineffable true Good/ that dwells in Heaven speeds instantly to love,/ as rays to a shining surface would;/ just as much ardor as it finds, it gives;/ the greater the proportion of our love,/ the more eternal goodness we receive;/ the more souls there are above who are in love/ the more there are worth loving;/ love grows more,/ each soul a mirror mutually mirroring.” --Dante, Purgatorio XV, 65-81 | "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." --Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil | "Believe in the simple magic of life, in service in the universe, and the meaning of that waiting, that alertness, that 'craning of the neck' in creatures will dawn upon you. Every word would falsify; but look! round about you beings live their life, and to whatever point you turn you come upon being." -- Martin Buber, I and Thou | “In founding a city we are not looking to the exceptional happiness of any one group among us, but, as far as possible, that of the city as a whole.” --Plato, The Republic | “Dawn with her rose-red fingers might have shone upon their tears, if with her glinting eyes Athena had not thought of one more thing. She held back the night, and night lingered long ” --The Odyssey 23. 273-276 | "Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company and reflection must finish him". --John Locke | “When you are about to meet someone, especially someone who seems to be distinguished, put to yourself the question, 'What would Socrates or Zeno have done in these circumstances?'” --The Handbook of Epictetus

17: “The Master said, 'A true teacher is one who, keeping the past alive, is also able to understand the present.'" --Confucius, Analects 2.11 | “One holds every phrase, every scene to the light as one reads—for Nature seems, very oddly, to have provided us with an inner light by which to judge of the novelist’s integrity or disintegrity." --Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own | “The centripetal force on our planet is still fearfully strong, Alyosha. It’s not a matter of intellect or logic, it’s loving with one’s inside, with one’s stomach.” --Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov. | "Oh!" responded Sancho, weeping. "Don't die, Señor; your grace should take my advice and live for many years, because the greatest madness a man can commit in this life is to let himself die, just like that, without anybody killing him or any other hands ending his life except those of melancholy. Look, don't be lazy, but get up from that bed and let's go to the countryside dressed as shepherds, just like we arranged; maybe behind some bush we'll find Señora Doña Dulcinea disenchanted, as pretty as you please." --Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote | "As flies to wanton boys, are we to the gods; They kill us for their sport." --William Shakespeare, King Lear, 4.1.36 | “Nothing is so necessary for a young man as the company of intelligent women.” --Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace

18: “Tell me more about that.” --Rosy | “Well. We all need something alcoholic.” --Prof. Bordogna, after the lobotomy video wouldn’t turn off. | [On the Analects of Confucius]: Sarah Smith: "Why are you even leaving the house?" William Stewart: "You have to get to the mountain and the river." Jack Duffy: "And this was all before bikes." | “It is not my fault that my heart beats on the left.” --Prof. Rosenberg | "Carpe diem? Carpe Ben!" --Ben German | "Infants need to not only find a nipple, but the right nipple. Every nipple is different. This is true." --Prof. Power | "There's like 20 of those for me. My kid's gonna be named, like, 'Rock.'" -Jimmy on names with negative associations | "He would be a bastard for a neighbor." --Prof. DeGruccio on Montaigne | Prof. Rosenberg: “Yes, but think of all the happy sheep.” Jill Stinchcomb: “They cannot experience happiness.” | "I'm not saying God is dead..." --Liz Chaten | "We are surrounded by machines! There is one in my pants right now!" -- Prof. Goehring | “This is one of the really great moments in Western literature! And you’re just not seeing it!” --Prof. Weinfield

19: "The Constitution looks to the best in people but prepares for the worst in them." --Prof. Nicgorski | "They tie that to people's feet when they want to sink them to the bottom of the Hudson River." --Jimmy Trotter on The Critique of Pure Reason | “Tell me more about that.” --Prof. Rosenberg | “"I once saw a dog fall over once. It was pretty scary." -Jimmy Trotter | “"I want your darkness."” --Prof. DeGruccio | "Eef you figure out how to download the music, let me know...and I call thee cops. Hee hee." --PpP | "The geist is Moby Dick.” --Luke Lennon | “Coke... coke... cooooooke!” --PpP, demonstrating recitative | "Well, can we really say....?" --Molly Firth | It's like your first day on the job as a cashier, and someone comes up with a pomegranate, and you're like--Hangonasecond. Lemme check the books. --Nick Brandt | "I thought Mr. Rogers was boring." --Prof. Power | Bobby Abdo: "Are you aware of any advances in contemporary metaphysics?" Prof. Weinfield: [Silence.]

20: “And this our life exempt from public haunt Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, Sermons in stones and good in everything. I would not change it.” --William Shakespeare, As You Like It

22: “A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.” --Lao Tzu

24: bacchanalia | This is for the fat girls. | This is for the little brothers. | This is for the school-yard wimps, this is for the childhood bullies who tormented them. | This is for the former prom queen, this is for the milk-crate ball players.

25: Shake | the | dust.

26: superlatives | Most Argumentative - Molly Firth Most Optimistic - Lauren Rasch Most Likely to Implement the Playground of Matter - Cassidy Bartolomei Latest to Class - Bobby Abdo Least Hours Slept - Jack Duffy Most Like to Commit a Crime of Passion - Jack Bolton Most Likely to Earn Tenure - William Stewart Class Mom - Liz Chaten The Henry Weinfield Poetry Award - Jimmy Stein Most Likely to be Ordained - Mike McHale The Sancho Panza Best Friend Award - Josh Foster Most Likely to be Homeless - Doug Farmer The Next Kent Emery - Danny McGiffin Most Likely to be Crushed by his White Whale - Dan Collins The Fallon's Hands Award - Carolyn Henderson & Luke Lennon Lost. - Bia Almeida & Jimmy Trotter

27: "But soon I shall leave this town, perhaps for a long time, so we shall part, gentlemen. Let us make a compact, here, at Ilyusha's stone that we will never forget first, Ilyushechka, and second, one another. And whatever happens to us later in life, if we don't meet for twenty years afterwards... And even if we are occupied with most important things, if we attain to honor or fall into great misfortune--still let us always remember how good it was once here, when we were all together, united by a good and kind feeling which made us... better than perhaps we are."

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