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Anti-library

A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius

Theses on the Philosophy of History

In the Vineyard of the Text

This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyberweapons Arms Race

The Quantum Thief

Anthem

Pascal’s Apology

Gambling on Development

Rhythms of the Brain

Human, Forever

Hacker’s delight

Accelerated Expertise 

The Hedgehog & The Fox

The Feather Men

The Mind-Body Problem

A Complicated Kindness

The Book of the New Sun

Diaspora by Greg Egan

Against Rousseau

Husserl’s phenomenology

Agnar Mykle and Knut Hamsun

Music: A Subversive history

V.

The Open Society and its Enemies

Lacan

Gravity’s Rainbow

The unwomanly face of war

Axiomatic 

Ficciones

Bleak House

Dean Koontz’s “Elsewhere”

Dusk (James Salter)

Two Cultures

These Precious Days

The Farther Reaches of Human Nature

The Origin of Wealth

Chronic City

Recursion

The Glass Hotel

Too Loud a Solitude

Principles of Population Genetics

A Gentleman in Moscow

Anathem

Player of Games

The History of Scarcity

Naked Economics

Life: A users manual

On food and cooking

Caro

The Mystery of Capital

Ethics

The Present Age

Down and Out in London and Paris

Oglivey on Advertising

White by Kenya Hara

Conversations With Friends

A Good Man Is Hard To Find

A Grief Observed

Money And Government

Second Nature

Operating Systems: Three Easy Parts

Why We Talk

Euclid’s Elements

The Waves

Godel, Escher, Bach

The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress

Things Hidden Since the Foundation Of The World

The Mote in Gods Eye

The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind

The Unfolding of Language.

A Splendid Wickedness 

The Dream-Child’s Progress

The Experience of God

Capitalism and Freedom

Development as Freedom 

In Service of the Republic

From Third World to First

Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations

How Asia Works

Stubborn Attachments

Ringworld

Orality and Literacy

Snow Crash