James’s graceful introduction to the philosophy of pragmatism.
Ten tiny Ukridge stories.
A wide-ranging work of science and philosophy, centered around the idea that further progress in physics and cosmology will require the abandonment, already initiated by general relativity, of any conception of absolute space or time. Fantastic.
A Philip Marlowe mystery.
A biography of the gin and poker wizard Stuey ‘The Kid’ Ungar.
A history of the concepts of risk and probability.
Rawl’s account of the possibility of a stable and just society in the presence of ‘reasonable pluralism’ — the existence of mutually incompatible but reasonable compresensive doctrines.