The following are the books which have been the most formative for my worldview.
David Hume: A Treatise of Human Nature
Charles Darwin: Origin of the Species
Carl Menger: Principles of Economics
Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk: Capital and Interest
Ludwig von Mises: The Theory of Money and Credit | Human Action
Friedrich von Hayek: Prices and Production
Murray Rothbard: Man, Economy, and State
Ethics & Political Philosophy
Murray Rothbard: The Ethics of Liberty | For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Frederic Bastiat: The Law
Lysander Spooner: No Treason
Estienne De La Boetie: Discourse on Voluntary Servitude
John Locke: Second Treatise of Civil Government
Jean Gimpel: Medieval Machine: The Industrial Revolution of the Middle Ages (Amazon.com)
Richard Rubenstein: Aristotle's Children: How Christians, Muslims, and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Dark Ages (Amazon.com)
Of human nature and its implications. ____________________________ By Lilburne.
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A Mini-Manifesto of Liberty
Society Versus State in Seven Epochs
Human Action Comics #1: The Basics
The 19th-Century Bernanke: Featured on Mises.org
The Second Coming of Keynes: Featured on Mises.org
For a New Libertarian Ethics
Principles of Economics by Carl Menger
History of Epistemological Thought
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The Essential Library: The books which have been the most formative to my worldview.
There is no question of importance, whose decision is not compriz'd in the science of man; and there is none, which can be decided with any certainty, before we become acquainted with that science.
David Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature
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There we are walking hand in hand, somewhere on the sand
at the end of the land and the edge of the shining sea.
Drifting through time and space on the face of a little blue ball falling around the sun.
One in a million, billion twinkling lights shining out for no one in the middle of the night.
Here we are, sparks in the darkness, speaking of our love
burning down forever and forever.