The great books often appear daunting, especially for novice or younger readers. Many of the books are long, containing hundreds of pages or several volumes. Even experienced readers can be turned off from difficult topics like philosophy or theology. Therefore, it is helpful to highlight some of the “easier” classics that may lead one to read other treasured literature. In this video, Adam looks at five works of philosophy that are short, straightforward reads that still illuminate the reader in the way one expects of a classic.