Development as Freedom by Amartya SenMountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy KidderWhy Nations Fail by Daron AcemoğluThe White Man's Burden by William EasterlyThe End of Poverty by Jeffrey D. Sachs
International Development Book Club
16th out of 81 books — 31 voters
Seeing Like a State by James C. ScottThe Mind in the Cave by James David Lewis-WilliamsCrowds and Power by Elias CanettiCivilization and capitalism 15th-18th century, Vol 2 by Fernand BraudelKeeping Together in Time by William Hardy McNeill
Brian Eno's Reading List
1st out of 20 books — 2 voters

TELECOSM by George GilderUntil the Sun Falls by Cecelia HollandThe Art of War by Sun TzuA Book of Five Rings by Miyamoto MusashiIn, But Not of by Hugh Hewitt
OrgA
10th out of 39 books — 1 voter
Seeing Like a State by James C. ScottThe Mind in the Cave by James David Lewis-WilliamsCrowds and Power by Elias CanettiCivilization and capitalism 15th-18th century, Vol 2 by Fernand BraudelKeeping Together in Time by William Hardy McNeill
Brian Eno’s Reading List
1st out of 75 books — 1 voter

Quantum Computing Since Democritus by Scott AaronsonRethinking Positive Thinking by Gabriele OettingenFaith Versus Fact by Jerry A. CoyneSurely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! by Richard FeynmanIntuition Pumps And Other Tools for Thinking by Daniel C. Dennett
Books metioned in rationally speaking podcast
43rd out of 103 books — 6 voters


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