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Some books & articles I've read
(Suggestions welcome)


2008 to 2009

Good Samaritans of Death Valley (2005), John Marnell
Treatise of Human Nature (1888), David Hume [2nd Ed. (1978), Selby-Bigge; Nidditch]
A Man Without a Country (2005), Kurt Vonnegut
Abolition of Man (1947), C.S. Lewis
Relativism, Nihilism, and God (1989), Philip E. Devine
Gandhi's Truth (1969), Erik H. Erikson
Emergence of Probabilty (1975), Ian Hacking
Fellowship of the Ring (1954), J.R.R. Tolkien
Psychology of C.J. Jung (1962, 1973), Jolande Jacobi
A Book of Love Poetry (1973), Jon Stallworthy, Ed.
History of Western Philosophy (1945), Bertrand Russell
Relativity: The Special and the General Theory (1920), Albert Einstein

2010

None

2011

A Book of Silence (2008), Sara Maitland
Harvard Classics - Apology, Phaedo and Crito of Plato (1909), Charles W. Eliot, Ed.
Harvard Classics - Golden Sayings of Epictetus; Meditations of Marcus Aurelius (1909), Charles W. Eliot, Ed.
From Socrates to Sartre: the Philosophic Quest (1984), T.Z. Lavine
Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690), John Locke [(1979 ed.), Nidditch]
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff ... and it's all small stuff (1997), Richard Carlson
Harrington on Hold'em (2004), Dan Harrington, Bill Robertie
Beyond Tells, Power Poker Psychology (2004), James A. McKenna
The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy, and Other Essays in Contemporary Thought (1910), John Dewey
City of Thieves (2008), David Benioff
Ten Philosophical Mistakes (1985), Mortimer J. Adler
Bible (KJV): Ecclesiastes, Job, Jeremiah, Micah
Confessions of a Radical Industrialist (1994), Ray C. Anderson, Robin White
Nature of Morality (1977), Gilbert Harman
Logic (1963, 2nd ed.1973), Wesley C. Salmon
History of Philosophy in America (2001), Bruce Kuklick
Evolutionary Realism (1922, 1969 ed.), Roy Wood Sellars
Naturalism, A Critical Appraisal (1993), Wagner & Warner, Eds.
Journey by Starlight (2007), Ian Flitcroft (the blog, read as a book)
What is Life? (1944), Erwin Schrodinger

2012 [coming soon]

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