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Leviathan
Leviathan

Author - Thomas Hobbes
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

A must read book for anyone interested in political theory

Deep Simplicity
Deep Simplicity

Author - John Gribbin
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

How we can get to very complex situations from very simple laws. A gripping read that is valid for almost all disciplines.

The Black Swan
The Black Swan

Author - Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

Taleb's follow-up book. I love this man. There, I said it.

The Canterbury Tales
The Canterbury Tales

Author - Geoffrey Chaucer
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

A great piece of English literature,and a non-romantic insight into medieval life

Fooled by Randomness
Fooled by Randomness

Author - Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

Taleb is probably a genius, and he isn't afraid to admit it. A tour-de-force from a man of uncommon talent

The Geneology of Morals
The Geneology of Morals

Author - Friedrich Wilhelm Neitzsche
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

If you choose not to read this book, you choose to be ignorant.

Discipline and Punish
Discipline and Punish

Author - Michel Foucault
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

A brilliant and disturbing look at social conformity

A Treatise of Human Nature
A Treatise of Human Nature

Author - David Hume
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

An amazing book which describes the ideas that govern human nature from the perspective of an skeptical empiricist

Apology for Raymond Sebond
Apology for Raymond Sebond

Author - Michel de Montaigne
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

"Que scais-je?"

Why I am not a Christian
Why I am not a Christian

Author - Bertrand Russell
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

The title is very self explanatory.

An Essay Concering Human Understanding
An Essay Concering Human Understanding

Author - John Locke
Posted On 26 Jul 2011

Category : Philosophy

A great essay that is counter to the Cartesian way of thinking