Monday, March 16, 2020
What to do about 'Prometheus Rising'?
Our next reading group appears to be set: April 30 we start on Nature's God, with Gregory Arnott volunteering to take the lead again.
And then next is Prometheus Rising, with a rotating cast of contributors taking the lead, including Gregory Arnott and Eric Wagner, with others yet to be determined.
As for a schedule, Eric Wagner has suggested (in the comments): " I would like to spend 23 months on the book: Five months on chapter one and the prefatory material and then a month on each of the other chapters. I think the book and its exercises deserves that kind of scrutiny."
As with anything else in life, there are trade-offs. A concentrated study of Prometheus Rising would be valuable. But spending two years on it would seem to preclude doing reading groups on anything else for awhile, during a time when Hilaritas Press continues to issue new editions. There's no rush to make a decision, but does anyone else want to offer feedback?