Thu, 10/27/2016

The following transcripts have been added to the website in PDF format: Cicero (1959), edited by James Nichols; Grotius (1964), edited by Steven Forde; Introduction to Political Philosophy, sessions 10-16 (Aristotle), edited by Catherine Zuckert; and Vico (1963), edited by Wayne Ambler. These transcripts will soon become part of the digital collection.

 

Fri, 09/09/2016

The transcript of Strauss's course on Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra (spring 1959) has been accepted for print publication by the University of Chicago Press for fall 2017. It will be the first of several course transcripts that the Press will publish. Once the Nietzsche volume appears in print, we plan to host a one-day conference on Strauss on Nietzsche here on campus.  In addition, Xenophon (1963) has been added to the website in PDF format.

 

 

Tue, 01/26/2016

Because a large number of messages to our subscribers were "bouncing back," we are in need of re-entering our list. Please send your current email address to: mckeenge@uchicago.edu to remain on our subscriber list.

 

Wed, 05/27/2015

Search and explore all available transcripts! We have a new website, linked to our current website, that allows readers to search and explore all available transcripts by word or phrase, date, and speaker. Under "Audio & Transcripts" on the top navigation bar, click on "Digital Transcript Collection" for access to this resource. The site is also available at http://leostrausstranscripts.uchicago.edu