Well as you mentioned him, some Plato would be good work, not sure on what i haven't read, that as i mentioned, needs to be.
Not the Sophist as it has the affect that one knows the early education of the mind, mind training if you will, has persoanlly not been as well put together as this works form exposition, that of the trainer in systematic thought.
And i found i was lacking (if not running in the rear) in what avenuse of the mind the piece opened, a bit like the Clifford the big red Dog opening those pathways of mind preparation as you will.
I would say that all Plato should be read as first story tales so as to prepare the mind, it embues and exudes in early development.
The Sophist is a perfect early learning tool i think.
Byways and highways of the mind that work.
Dont you wish you had read religiously Sophist as a child. At least.
So if you would like to choose, not one of the larger, but something that will be short ish (if not indepth) for more participant accessiblity.
I will come tomorrow with a short list as should you and then we can agree, but to make it some fun, you will have the deciding choice, unless anyone else wants to get in on the action and select A Platonic verse.
But the polls have not yet closed if anyone has a better idea.
Litterature is always the best source of philosophy for engaging in a good story, good prose and gooder experience. Helps you to live the philosophy instead of just reading about it.
Who said reading wasn't experience? But who could say imagination engaged is not the very substance of what experience and lifes works are come from, done?
Our experience is based on from our imagination? And aproximation of reality. We learn to read through our imagination.
I dont know what a Kindle is.