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22 books for 2022

This is the bare minimum of non-medical books I should read this year. The last two years were abysmal in that regard, and I look forward to making excuses for why 2022 was no different.

  • The Scout Mindset (Julia Galef)
  • How to Live (Derek Sivers)
  • Understanding Nonlinear Dynamics (Daniel Kaplan and Leon Glass)
  • Light (M. John Harrison)
  • Safe Haven (Mark Spitznagel)
  • Pieces of the Action (Vannevar Bush)
  • The Demon-Haunted World (Carl Sagan)
  • Where Good Ideas Come From (Steven Johnson)
  • Calculated Risks (Gerd Gigerenzer)
  • Making Things Work (Yaneer Bar-Yam)
  • The Morning Star (Karl Ove Knausgaard)
  • Alexander Hamilton (Ron Chernow)
  • Where Law Ends (Andrew Weissmann)
  • The Fifth Risk (Michael Lewis)
  • Checkpoint Charlie (Ian MacGregor)
  • Checkmate in Berlin (Giles Milton)
  • The Complacent Class (Tyler Cowen)
  • Craft Coffee: A Manual (Jessica Easto)
  • The Complete Father Brown Stories (G. K. Chesterton)
  • Foucault’s Pendulum (Umberto Ecco)
  • Scientific Freedom: The Elixir of Civilization (Donald W. Braben)
  • Adventures of a Computational Explorer (Stephen Wolfram)

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