Apr – Dec ’05:

books:

Vision and Art
Math and Mona Lisa
A Scanner Darkly
The Divine Proportion
The Golden Ratio
Mathematics in Art
On Bullshit
The Math Behind Wall St.
Blink
The Principles of Art
The Art of Loving
A General Theory of Love
How to Read a Book
A Rulebook for Arguments
Thoughts In Solitude
Living the Artist’s Life
Emotions Revealed
Poetry and Mathematics
The Passionate Eye
Zero: The biography of a dangerous idea
The Basic Law of Color Theory
The Da Vinci Code
Digital Fortress
Angels and Demons
Deception Point
CODE
A Natural History of Love
Catcher in the Rye
The Wisdom of the Heart
A Theory of Fun
Everything Bad is Good for You
all about love
Life, Sex, and Ideas
Nightworks
The Equations
Rodin’s Thinker
Other Views, Other Vistas
Lovers in Art
Painted Love: Prostitution in French Art of the Impressionist Era
Descartes’ Secret Notebook
The Code Book
A Mathematician’s Apology
Rembrandt: Biography and Critical Study
Love in Art
Love Affair: A memoir of Jackson Pollock
A History of Marriage Systems
Man through his Art: Love and Marriage v. 5
Hopper
Art and the Crisis of Marriage
Significant Others
Artists and Thinkers
New Essays on Generative Literature and Generative Art
Procrastination
Beyond Feelings
700 Sundays
Anamorphic Art
Hidden Images
The Playful Eye

’06:

audio:

World Philosophy
The Stranger
The Biology of Individuality

books:

Geometry of Design
Design By Numbers
The Wild Numbers
Digital Art
Nothing
Conned again Watson!
Understand
Do Americans Shop Too Much?
Glass: A Portrait
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Music
Arvo Part
Gender Outlaw
What We Believe But Cannot Prove
The Heart of Whiteness
Players
The Treason of the Intellectuals
Anti-Intellectualism in America
Culture Jam
Where have all the intellectuals gone?
Man’s Search for Meaning
The Two Cultures
Writing Logically, Thinking Critically
Albert Camus: The Thinker, The Artist, The Man
The Third Culture
Divine Proportions: Phi in Art, Nature and Science
The Alphabet of Manliness
The Lure of the Object
A Book of Five Rings
The Value of Voluntary Simplicity
As a Man Thinketh
Understanding the New Consumerism
The Grand Inquisitor
Heads I win, tails you lose: A Foray into the Psychology of Philosophy
Cognitive Science as Reverse Engineering
Do Think-Tanks matter?
What has AI have in common with Philosophy?
Simplicity: Excerpts from On Writing Well
Philosophy of Religion
The World’s Religions
Introduction to Sociology: A Global Perspective
DMZ
Social Theory and Social Change
The Laws of Simplicity
A Hacker Manifesto
Existencilism
Wall and Piece
Banging your head against a brick wall
Social Change
Stencil Graffiti
Subway Art
Stencil Pirates: A Global Study of the Street Stencil
How to Live
Cut it Out
How to Survive a Robot Uprising
Sophie’s World
Graceful Simplicity
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science
Simplicity and Complexity in the Games of Intellect
Voluntary Simplicity
Journeys of Simplicity
The Sceptical Biochemist
The Oxford Murders
The Pursuit of Simplicity
The Logic of Nothingness
The World of Karl Pilkington
The Plague

’07

audio:

Introduction into Logic
Philosophy as a Guide to Living
A History of Moral Thought

books:

A Manifesto for Philosophy
Book by Book
Leibniz and Clarke: Correspondence
Practical Research Methods
Philosophical Writing
Gamer Theory
Moral Politics
Party of One: The Loner’s Manifesto
Representing and Intervening
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
The Social Construction of Reality
The Mystery of Things
The Copernican Revolution
Philosophical Counseling: Theory and Practice
Medical Detectives
A History of Our Time
Promises to Keep
How to be Alone
Common Sense
Think Tanks, Public Policy and the Politics of Expertise
The Rebel

’08

books:

The Tipping Point
Color: The Secret Influence
A Concise History of Mathematics
Henry Miller on Writing
How to be alone
Big Sur
Silence, Simplicity, and Solitude
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Divinia Proportione
Divine Proportions
Bringing Down the House
Intellectuals
Selected Writings in Philosophy
The Rebel
A Concise History of Mathematics
The Jefferson Bible
The Sociology of Philosophies

’09

From what I can remember…

On Humanism
Richard Rorty
A Very Short Introduction to Habermas
Red State Blue State Rich State Poor State

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