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Guide to Kulchur - Addenda: 1952, As Sextant, Introductory Textbook Summary & Analysis

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Addenda: 1952, As Sextant, Introductory Textbook Summary and Analysis

Here Pound claims that he did not comment on Aristotle's Magna Moralia and lists the books that one must absolute read: Confucius and Mencius's Four books, Homer's Odyssey, the Greek Tragedies, the Divine Comedy, Frobenius, Brooks Adams, and the English Charters along with the American Constitution. The Four books contain answers to all problems of conduct that can arise; the other six parts of the list are amenities.

The Introductory Textbook reviews four quotes from great Americans. Next comes a note and some corrections to the text with miscellaneous comments. He exhorts the reader to distinguish between claims and things and that economic justice consists in allowing the unproductive to claim things when they did not contribute or getting materials to those who need them. Next follows a brief Chronology that is quite...

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