For whatever reason, this year has been top heavy in terms of number of pieces. After July, fully 2/3rd of the number of pieces will be done. For those interested, that comes to 66 of the 180 pieces in the full list. Or 11/30ths.
That's a little misleading though because the heaviest reading is in the second half. Some is easy, some not so much. I see my nemesis, Kant, lurking there in September again. I will at least start the reading but I no longer make any promises on finishing the old windbag. October and November are heavy from a page count sense but they're both fiction. (Somewhat contrary to its own narrative, I predict smooth sailing with 'Moby Dick'.)
But let me not get too far ahead of myself. Next month brings Descartes and Newton. When I looked at June and July and this month I cringed at the amount of science reading there would be. Not because I don't like science but because the primary sources here can be very dusty. Galileo and (especially) Bacon surprised me. Hopefully July will bring pleasant surprises too.
Descartes: Discourse on the Method link
Newton: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (prefaces, definitions, axioms, general scholium) link
Locke: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (book 2) link
Hume: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding link
Kant: A Critique of Pure Reason (prefaces, introduction, transcendental aesthetic) link
Melville: Moby Dick link
Dostoevsky: The Brothers Karamazov (part 3 and 4) link
James: Principles of Psychology (chapters 15 and 20) link