The Trivium - Classical Liberal Arts

This is the most comprehensive rare book collection available online for The Trivium, or the Classical/Liberal education. The Trivium method of learning was abandoned completely in the last century and is only taught to the elite that gain access to Ivy League libraries or secret fraternities. The Trivium is a method of truth discovery. It teaches one how to function in the world with a critical mind. It is obvious that todays educations, for the non-elite, the majority, are all about training, creating debt slaves and obedient workers. This collection has scans of over 200 rare books from the Libraries of Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, Cambridge among many others.

Like all of my collections, buying these ebook scans allows you the opportunity to print and bind your own books in your own fashion. These books because of their ages, no longer have copyrights and so there is much opportunity. Imagine bringing this library to life in your own home. No one will have such a collection! And such an important one at that.



The Occult University Library is proud to presentĀ over 200 rare scanned books...

The Harvard Classics Collection: A very old 50 volume (50 scanned books) collection containing hundreds of Harvard Classic Books

PLUS...

A Greek and English dictionary.pdf

A history of English poetry (1895).pdf

A lecture on the classical learning (1831).pdf

A liberal education and a liberal faith (1903).pdf

A liberal education, with an appendix containing a list of five hundred best books (1907).pdf

A narrative-essay on a liberal education (1868).pdf

A plea for liberal culture (1890).pdf

A plea for study (1845).pdf

A short history of classical scholarship from the sixth century B.C. to the present day (1915).pdf

Aims and methods in classical study (1888).pdf

Alliance of Latin and English studies (1923).pdf

Amusements in retirement or, The influence of science, literature, and the liberal arts, on the manners and happiness of private life - 1816.pdf

An Apology for the System of Public and Classical Education (1828).pdf

An essay on the cultivation of the intellect by the study of dead languages (1830).pdf

An oration on liberal studies - Philomathian Society (1853).pdf

Classical scholarship and classical learning (1856).pdf

Classical studies (1867).pdf

Classical studies, as information or as training (1872).pdf

Classical study - its value illustrated by extracts from the writings of eminent scholars (1870).pdf

Correlation of vocational and liberal education through English (1918).pdf

Das Trivium und Quadrivium in Theorie und Praxis (1900).pdf

Day dreams of a schoolmaster (1898).pdf

Dead language and dead languages with special references to Latin (1910).pdf

And many more!!!

Including.....
A folder of modern Trivium study materials to start a binder!



The benefit of these books is priceless.


If I knew that 9 years ago I could just pay $20 rather than doing years and years of research and work, I would have easily taken advantage of this.



Let my hard work be your gain for a very small fee.
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