Reading list

Here is a list of books (non-fiction)that I’m aiming to read/comment on or am in the process of reading, on various topics, in order:

Polkinghorne and Beale, “Questions of Truth”. Complete

Polkinghorne, “The Polkinghorne Reader: Science, Faith, and the Search for Meaning ” Complete

Plantinga, “Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, and Naturalism” Complete

Dennett and Plantinga, “Science and Religion: Are They Compatible?” Complete

Feser, “Aquinas” Complete

Feser, “The Last Superstition” Complete

Kaufmann, “Critique of Religion and Philosophy” Complete

Grayling, “The God Argument” Complete

Read, “Thinking About Logic”

Marcus Aurelius, “The Emperor’s Handbook: A New Translation of the Meditations”

Hadot and Chase, “The Inner Citadel: The Mediations of Marcus Aurelius”

Hadot and Chase, “Plotinus or the Simplicity of Vision”

The Bible

Lonergan, “Insight”

Lonergan, “Method in Theology”

Chomsky and Foucault, “Chomsky vs. Foucault: A Debate on Human Nature”

Churchland, “Braintrust” Complete

Pinker, “The Better Angels of Our Nature”

Parfit, “On What Matters”

Nagel, “Mind and Cosmos” Complete

Damasio, “Self Comes to Mind” Current

Dennett, “Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking”

Rand, “The Virtue of Selfishness” Complete

Rand, “Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal” Complete

Philipse, “God in the Age of Science?” Current

Loftus, “The Outsider Test For Faith” Complete

Shirer, “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich” Complete

Coyne, “Faith vs Fact” Complete

Rosenberg, “The Atheist’s Guide to Reality” Complete

Sagan, “The Varieties of Scientific Experience” Complete

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