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IQ from 190 - 200

On Liberty by John Stuart Mill 1878

Early essays by John Stuart Mill 1897

Isaac Newton's Principia

Candide by Voltaire

Philosophical Dictionary by Voltaire 1802

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus by Ludwig Wittgenstein

IQ from 180 to 190

Goethe's works Volume 1

Goethe's works Volume 2

Goethe's works Volume 3

Discourse on Metaphysics by Leibniz 1908

Literary essays of Thomas Babington Macaulay 1900

Thoughts of Blaise Pascal 1846

The Provincial Letters Of Blaise Pascal

Grotius on the Rights of War and Peace, An Abriged Translation 1853 by Hugo Grotius

The truth of the Christian religion by John Grotius 1743

Offences Against One's Self by Jeremy Bentham

(Bentham was one of the earliest philosophers to argue for decriminalization of homosexuality and equal rights for homosexuals.)

The Book of Fallacies from Unfinished papers of Jeremy Bentham 1824

Deontology or The Science of Morality in which the Harmony and Co-incidence of Duty and Self-interest, Virtue and felicity, prudence and benevolence are explained and exemplified by Jeremy Bentham 1834 Volume 1

Deontology or The Science of Morality in which the Harmony and Co-incidence of Duty and Self-interest, Virtue and felicity, prudence and benevolence are explained and exemplified by Jeremy Bentham 1834 Volume 2

IQ from 170 to 180

The Life of Thomas Chatterton Including his Unpublished Poems and Correspondence 1851 by John Dix

Chatterton was a genius who committed suicide at age 17 to avoid starvation.

The Poems of [Giacomo] Leopardi 1893

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

The Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Volume 1 1828

The Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Volume 2 1828

The Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Volume 3 1828

Letters from Baron Haller to his daughter on the Truths of the Christian Religion by Albrecht von Haller 1793

The Philosophy of Art by Friedrich Schelling 1845

Relativity - The Special and General Theory by Albert Einstein 1920

Einstein the Searcher by Alexander Moszkowski 1922

The Foundations of Einstein's Theory of Gravitation 1919 by Erwin Freundlich

SIDELIGHTS ON RELATIVITY By Albert Einstein 1920 in .txt format

The Theory of Relativity (Einstein) by Robert Daniel Carmichael 1920

The Rudiments of Relativity (Einstein) by John Patrick Dalton 1921

Easy Lessons in Einstein: A Discussion of the More Intelligible Features of Relativity by Edwin Emery Slosson 1920

Dialogues of Plato

Plato's Republic

Improvement of the Understanding by Spinoza

Spinoza's Short Treatise on God, man & his Wellbeing 1910

IQ from 160 to 170

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke Volume 1

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke Volume 2

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke Volume 2 1801

A Treatise of Ecclesiastical Benefices and Revenues by Paolo Sarpi 1736

The History Of Rome (Second Volume) by Barthold G Niebuhr 1903

The Writings of John Quincy Adams Volume 1 1913

The Writings of John Quincy Adams Volume 2 1913

Dialogues of the Gods by Christop Martin Wieland 1795

The Works of Alexander Pope Volume 1 1822

The Works of Alexander Pope Volume 2 1822

The Works of Alexander Pope Volume 3 1822

The Augsburg Confession by Melanchton

The Apology of the Augsburg Confession 1531

Works of Henry Lord Brougham Volume 1 1872

Works of Henry Lord Brougham Volume 2 1872

Selections from the funeral orations of Bossuet by Jacques Benigne Bossuet 1907

IQ from 150 to 160

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo

Ninety-three by Victor Hugo 1874

Meditations of First Philosophy by Rene Descartes (searchable pdf)

Meditations and selections from the Principles of Rene Descartes 1903

The Principles of Philosophy by Rene Descartes (searchable pdf)

Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking Truth in the Sciences by Rene Descartes 1899

An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals by David Hume 1900

An Enquiry concerning human understanding, and selections from A treatise of human nature by David Hume. With Hume's autobiography and a letter from Adam Smith 1912

The Works of Alfred Tennyson Volume 1

Political Tracts Containing, The False Alarm, Falkland's Islands, The patriot, and Taxation no Tyranny by Samuel Johnson 1776

Memoirs of Baron Cuvier 1833

The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth Volume 1, 1919

The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth Volume 2, 1919

Schleiermacher's Introductions to the Dialogues of Plato by Friedrich Schleiermacher 1836

The Theology of Schleiermacher, a Condensed Presentation of his Chief Work, "The Christian faith," 1911

Letters of George Sand Volume 1 1886

Renan's life of Jesus by Ernest Renan 1897

Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1859

The System of Nature by Pierre Diderot and Baron d'Holbach

The System of Nature or, the Laws of the Moral and Physical World is a work of philosophy by Paul Henri Thiry, Baron d'Holbach (1723-1789). It was originally published under the name of Jean-Baptiste de Mirabaud, a deceased member of the French Academy of Science. D'Holbach wrote and published this book – with the assistance of Diderot – anonymously in 1770, describing the universe in terms of the principles of philosophical materialism: The mind is identified with brain, there is no "soul" without a living body, the world is governed by strict deterministic laws, free will is an illusion, there are no final causes, and whatever happens takes places because it inexorably must. Most notoriously, the work explicitly denies the existence of God, arguing that belief in a higher being is the product of fear, lack of understanding, and anthropomorphism.

Diderot's Early Philosophical Works 1916

Elements of Chemical Philosophy by Humphry Davy Volume 1 part 1 1812

The Decomposition of the Fixed Alkalies and Alkaline Earths by Humphry Davy 1906

The Origin of the Species by Charles Darwin

The Philosophy of Mathematics by August Comte 1851

The Works of Lord Byron Volume 1

A New Theory of Vision and Other Select Philosophical Writings by George Berkeley

IQ from 140 to 150

The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud

The Advancement of Learning by Francis Bacon

Preparative toward a Natural and Experimental History by Francis Bacon

The Apocalypse Revealed by Emanuel Swedenborg Volume 1 1883

The Apocalypse Revealed by Emanuel Swedenborg Volume 2 1887

The Apocalypse Revealed by Emanuel Swedenborg Volume 3 1836

Notes on Virginia by Thomas Jefferson (searchable pdf)

Hobbes's Leviathan - reprinted from the edition of 1651 (1909)

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas

The Vindication of the English Constitution by Benjamin Disraeli 1835

The works of Thomas Chalmers Volume 1 1836

Selected works of Huldreich Zwingli 1901

The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by David Strauss

PAST AND PRESENT by Thomas Carlyle

IQ from 130 to 140

Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason Volume 1

Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason Volume 2

These ones weren't included in any list, but I felt they certainly should have been:

Elements of Algebra by Leonhard Euler

Leonhard Paul Euler (15 April 1707 – 18 September 1783) was a pioneering Swiss mathematician and physicist.

Euclids Book on Division of Numbers by Raymon Clare Archibald 1915

Three Lectures on Fermat's Last Theorem 1921

Diophantus of Alexandria; a study in the history of Greek algebra with a Supplement containing an account of Fermat's Theorems and problems connected with Diophantine Analysis and some solutions of Diophantine problems by Euler

Treatise on Thermodynamics by Max Planck 1905

The Origin and Development of Quantum Theory by Max Planck 1922

The Theory of Spectra and Atomic Constitution by Niels Bohr 1922

Plus You Get:

The Hundred Greatest Men by Wallace Wood 1885

Great Astronomers by Sir Robert S Ball 1895

Pioneers of Science by Oliver Lodge 1905

Eminent women of the age - being narratives of the lives and deeds of the most prominent women of the present generation (1869)

Pioneers of Science in America by William Jay Youmans 1896

Life of Sir Isaac Newton by Sir David Brewster 1840

Biographical Sketch of Sir Isaac Newton by Edmund Fillingham King 1858

A Study of Genius by NK Royce 1890

Men and Thought in Modern History by Ernest Scott 1920

Philosophers and Scientists by E Ray Lankester 1899

Science and Scientists by John Gerard 1906

Leonardo da Vinci by Edward McCurdy 1904

Leonardo da Vinci, Artist, Thinker and Man of Science, Volume 1 by Eugène Müntz - 1898

Leonardo da Vinci, Artist, Thinker and Man of Science, Volume 2 by Eugène Müntz - 1898

Originality - a Popular Study of the Creative Mind by T Sharper Knowlson 1917

A Dictionary of Thoughts by Tryon Edwards 1906 (mostly good, some odd pages hard to read)

The Inventions, Researches and Writing of Nikola Tesla by Thomas C Martin 1894

The Tesla High Frequency Coil by George F Haller 1910

The Book-Lover's Enchiridion - a treasury of thoughts on the solace and companionship of Books, gathered from the writings of the greatest thinkers, from Cicero, Petrarch, and Montaigne, to Carlyle, Emerson, and Ruskin by Alexander Ireland 1888

Joseph Priestley by Thomas Edward Thorpe 1906

The Measurement of Intelligence An Explanation of and a Complete Guide for the Use of the Stanford Revision and Extension of the Binet-Simon Intelligence Scale by Lewis Madison Terman 1916

Intelligence Tests and their Use (Various Authors) 1922

The Psychological Methods of Testing Intelligence by William Stern 1914

Augustine the thinker by George W Osmun 1906

Emerson, poet and thinker by Elisabeth Luther Cary 1904

Thomas Carlyle - Philosophic Thinker, Theologian, Historian, and Poet by Edwin Paxton Hood 1875

Strauss as a Philosophical Thinker by Hermann Ulrici 1874

Shakespeare as a Dramatic Thinker (a popular illustration of fiction as the experimental side of philosophy) by Richard Moulton 1921

The Will to Doubt - an essay in philosophy for the general thinker by Alfred H Lloyd 1907

Lao-Tze the great thinker by George Alexander 1895

John Milton: Political Thinker & Statesman by William Willis 1909

Men of science and industry 1915

The World's Sages, Infidels, and Thinkers being biographical sketches of leading Philosophers, teachers, reformers, innovators, founders of new schools of thought, eminent scientists 1876 by De Robigne Mortimer Bennett

Hypatia, Volume 1, by Charles Kingsley 1899

Hypatia, Volume 2, by Charles Kingsley 1899

Hypatia, the History of the Most Beautiful, Most Virtuous, Most Learned and in Every Way Accomplished Lady of the Ages who was Torn to Pieces by the Clergy of Alexandria 1753

Women of Achievement by Benjamin G Brawley 1919

Galileo by Walter W Bryant 1919

The History of European Philosophy by Walter Taylor Marvin 1917

Louis Pasteur by Albert Keim 1914

Kepler by Walter W Bryant 1920

Charles Lyell and Modern Geology by Thomas George Bonney 1895

The Story of Euclid by WB Frankland 1902

Plus You Get: Over 100 PDF Books on DVDrom on the History of Mathematics, the Greatest Mathematicians, Higher Mathematics plus much more.

Brief History Of Mathematics by WW Beman 1910

Newton's Principia 1863

Essays on the Life and Work of Newton by Augustus De Morgan 1914

Pascal by Viscount St. Cyres 1909

An Elementary Treatise on Trilinear Co-ordinates (Pascal's Theorem) by NM Ferrers 1866

The Wave Theory of Light, Memoirs by Huygens, Young and Fresnel 1900

Kepler by WW Bryant 1920

The Martyr's of Science, Galileo, Tycho Brahe and Kepler by Sir David Brester 1841

Lectures on elementary mathematics by Joseph LaGrange 1898 (Some have called LaGrange the greatest mathematician of the 18th century)

An Introduction to the Elements of Algebra, designed for the use of those who are acquainted only with the first principles of Arithmetic by Leonhard Euler 1821 (poor quality scan)

A History of Japanese Mathematics by David E Smith 1914

The Symbolical Numbers of Scripture by Malcolm White 1868

The Early Mathematical Manuscripts of Leibniz 1920

A Treatise on Probability by John Maynard Keynes 1921

Mathematics and Physical Science in Classical Antiquity by JL Heiberg 1922

The New Testament from the Greek Text as established by Bible Numerics By Ivan Panin 1914

The Last Twelve Verses of Mark Their Genuineness Established By Ivan Panin (Numerics)

Famous Geometrical Theorems and Problems by William Rupert 1900

Moses and the 47th Problem of Euclid, article in the New Age Magazine 1913

Some Famous Problems of the Theory of Numbers by GH Hardy 1920

A Short Account of the History of Mathematics by WWR Ball 1915 (Includes a chapter on Arab/Islamic contributions to Math)

From Newton to Einstein - Changing Conceptions of the Universe by B Harrow 1920

A History of Greek Mathematics, Volume 1, from Thales to Euclid by Sir Thomas Heath 1921

A History of Greek Mathematics, Volume 2, from Aristarchus to Diophantus by Sir Thomas Heath 1921

Mathematical Dictionary and Cyclopedia of Mathematical Science, comprising definitions of all the terms employed in mathematics - an analysis of each branch, and of the whole, as forming a single science by Charles Davies 1857

Historical Introduction to Mathematical Literature by GA Miller 1916 (Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, Diophantus of Alexandria, Vieta, Descartes, Fermat, Newton, Leibniz, Euler, Lagrange, Gauss, Cauchy, Steiner, Abel, Hamilton, Galois, Sylvester, Weierstrass, Cayley, Hermite, Kronecker, Cremona, Lie, Poincare)

Geometric exercises in paper folding by R Sundara 1901

The Construction of the Wonderful Canon of Logarithms by John Napier 1889

Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy by Bertrand Russell 1919

The Philosophy of Mathematics by Auguste Comte 1851

The Philosophy of Mathematics by Albert Bledsoe 1868

Descartes, his life and times by Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane 1905 (The History of Modern Mathematics may be said to date from the time of Descartes, for, by the invention of Co-ordinate Geometry, he prepared the way for the discoveries of Newton and Leibnitz, and laid the foundation of our present analytical methods.)

The Principles of Mathematics by Bertrand Russell 1903 Volume 1

The Catholic Church and the Gentle Science of Numbers, article in The American Catholic Quarterly Review 1919

The Number-system of Algebra Treated Theoretically and Historically by Henry Fine 1891

Elements of Algebra by Leonhard Euler (

Leonhard Paul Euler (15 April 1707 – 18 September 1783) was a pioneering Swiss mathematician and physicist.)

Euclids Book on Division of Numbers by Raymon Clare Archibald 1915

A Foundational Study in the Pedagogy of Arithmetic by Henry B Howell 1914

Mathematical essays and recreations by H Schubert 1808 (Notion and Definition of Number, Monism in Arithmetic, On the Nature of Mathematical Knowledge, The Magic Square, The Fourth Dimension, The Squaring of the Circle)

Essays on the Theory of Numbers by R Dedekind 1901

The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Volume 1 - 1908 (all 3 volumes are poor quality scans)

The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Volume 2 - 1908

The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Volume 3 - 1908

Three Lectures on Fermat's Last Theorem 1921

Lectures on the Philosophy of Mathematics by James Shaw 1918

History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume 1 by L Dickson 1919

History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume 2 by L Dickson 1919

History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume 3 by L Dickson 1919

Diophantus of Alexandria; a study in the history of Greek algebra with a Supplement containing an account of Fermat's Theorems and problems connected with Diophantine Analysis and some solutions of Diophantine problems by Euler

Treatise on Thermodynamics by Max Planck 1905

The Origin and Development of Quantum Theory by Max Planck 1922

The Theory of Spectra and Atomic Constitution by Niels Bohr 1922

The Elements of the Theory of Algebraic Numbers by LW Reid 1910

Fundamental Concepts of Algebra and Geometry by John Wesley Young 1910

On the study and difficulties of mathematics by A DeMorgan 1902

Educational theory implied in theory of knowledge by Jesse Harliaman Coursault 1907

Mathematical Questions and Solutions Volume 10 1868

Mathematical Questions and Solutions Volume 49 1888

The New Calendar of Great Men - Biographies of the 558 Worthies of All Ages and Nations by Frederic Harrison 1892

Mathematical recreations and essays by WWR Ball 1914

(Arithmetical recreations, Geometrical recreations, Mechanical recreations, Chessboard recreations, Magic squares, Unicursal problems, Kirkman's school-girls problem, Miscellaneous problems, The mathematical tripos, Three classical geometrical problems, The parallel postulate, Insolubility of the algebraic quintic, Mersenne's numbers, String figures, Astrology, Cryptographs and ciphers, Hyper-space, Time and its measurement, Matter and ether theories)

Mathematical essays and recreations by Hermann Schubert 1898

The First and Second Books of Euclid Explained to Beginners by CP Mason 1872

The First Book of Euclid's Elements, simplified, explained and illustrated by W. Trollope 1847

History of Modern Mathematics by David Smith 1906

Sidelights on Relativity by Albert Einstein 1920

Relativity by Albert Einstein 1920

Easy Lessons in Einstein by Edwin Slosson 1920

The Rudiments of Relativity by John Dalton 1921

A Criticism of Einstein and his Problem by WHV Reade 1922

The Theory of Relativity by Robert Carmichael 1920

Mathematical Prodigies by Frank Mitchell 1907

Higher Mathematics by M Merriman 1898

Intellectual Arithmetic upon an Inductive Method by James Stewart Eaton 1877

Science and Method by Henri Poincare 1914 (He is often described as a polymath, and in mathematics as The Last Universalist, since he excelled in all fields of the discipline as it existed during his lifetime.)

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Supplementary Volume 1889

(Arthur Cayley was a British mathematician. He helped found the modern British school of pure mathematics. He proved the Cayley-Hamilton theorem—that every square matrix is a root of its own characteristic polynomial. He was the first to define the concept of a group in the modern way—as a set with a binary operation satisfying certain laws. Formerly, when mathematicians spoke of "groups", they had meant permutation groups. Cayley's theorem was named after Arthur Cayley.)

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 1 1889

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 2 1889

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 3 1889

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 4 1891

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 5 1889

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 6 1889

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 7 1894

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 8 1894

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 9 1896

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 10 1889

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 11 1896

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 12 1897

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley - Volume 13 1897

A Treatise on the Calculus of Finite Differences by George Boole 1880

(Boole's work in Boolean algebra and symbolic logic inspired later computer scientists)

The Mathematical Analysis of Logic - Being an Essay Towards a Calculus of Deductive Reasoning by George Boole 1847

The Logic of Names, and Introduction to Boole's Laws of Thought 1869

An Investigation of the Laws of Thought On which are Founded the Mathematical Theories of Logic be George Boole 1854

The Metaphysics of Aristotle with Copious Notes in which the Pythagoric and Platonic dogmas respecting numbers and ideas are unfolded from ancient sources 1801

Lectures on 10 British Mathematicians of the 19th Century by A McFarlane 1916

Mathematical Prodigy, article in Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 1920

Experimental Tests of Mathematical Ability and Their Prognostic Value by Agnes Low Rogers 1918

Beginners' Algebra by Clarence Comstock 1922

Algebra for Beginners by WF Bradbury 1894

Probability and Theory of Errors by Robert Woodward 1906

Differential Calculus for Beginners by Alexander Knox 1884

A Mathematical Solution Book - Containing systematic solutions of many of the most difficult problems, taken from the leading authors on Arithmetic and Algebra, many Problems and Solutions from Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus by BF Finkel 1909

Curiosities of mathematics by James Smith 1870

The Algebra of Logic by Louis Couturat 1914

Symbolic Logic by Lewis Carroll 1896

Symbolic Logic and Its Applications by Hugh MacColl 1906

A Course of Pure Mathematics by GH Hardy 1921 (Hardy is considered one of the 30 greatest mathematicians of all time)

The integration of functions of a single variable by GH Hardy 1916

Synthetic Projective Geometry by George Halsted 1906

Tables of Six-figure Logarithms by Richard Farley 1859

Use of Logarithms and Logarithmic Tables by Eric Oberg 1912

Plus You Get: Over 75 Books That Have Changed the World on DVDrom

King James Version Bible

Homer's Iliad by Samuel Butler

The Odyssey of Homer (1912)

Plato - Apology of Socrates and Crito - edited by Louis Dyer 1885

Plato's Republic by James Adam 1900

SYMPOSIUM by Plato (searchable PDF)

Aristotle - Works (searchable PDF)

Organon I Categories

Organon II - On Interpretation

Organon III - Prior Analytics

Organon IV - Posterior Analytics

Organon V Topics

Organon VI - On Sophistical Refutations

Physics

On the Heavens

On Generation and Corruption

Meteorology

On the Soul

Parva Naturalis

History of Animals

On the Parts of Animals

On the Motion of Animals

On the Gait of Animals

On the Generation of Animals

Metaphysics

Nicomachean Ethics

Politics

Athenian Constitution

Rhetoric

Poetics

Greek dramas by Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes 1912 by Bernadotte Perrin

Herodotus Volumes 1 & 2 1830

The whole works of Xenophon (1845) by Sarah Fielding et al [many pages difficult to read]

The annals of Tacitus (1915) Volume 4

Hippocrates Volume 1 1923

Hippocrates Volume 2 1923

Hippocrates Volume 3 1923

Hippocrates Volume 4 1923

The Works Of Archimedes (1897)

Pliny the Elder - Natural History Volume 1

Pliny the Elder - Natural History Volume 2

Pliny the Elder - Natural History Volume 3

Pliny the Elder - Natural History Volume 4

Pliny the Elder - Natural History Volume 5

Pliny the Elder - Natural History Volume 6

THE CONFESSIONS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE (searchable PDF)

SUMMA THEOLOGICA St Thomas Aquinas in 3 volumes (searchable PDF)

Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences by Galileo Galilei 1914

THE REVOLUTIONS OF THE HEAVENLY SPHERES by Copernicus (searchable PDF)

The Works of William Harvey 1847- William Harvey (1 April 1578 – 3 June 1657) was an English physician who was the first in the Western world to describe correctly and in exact detail the systemic circulation and properties of blood being pumped around the body by the heart.

The Koran - George Sale Translation 1856

The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli 1908

The Prince examines the acquisition, perpetuation, and use of political power in the western world. Not intending his writing to be a scholarly treatise on political theory, Machiavelli wrote The Prince to prove his proficiency in the art of the state, offering advice on how a prince might gain and keep power.

Machiavelli justified rule by force rather than by law. Accordingly, The Prince seems to justify a number of actions done solely to perpetuate power. It is a classic study of power—its acquisition, expansion, and effective use. He also makes a point of declaring that he will not discuss republics, stating, "Of Republics I shall not now speak, having elsewhere spoken of them at length. Here I shall treat exclusively of Principalities, and, filling in the outline above traced out, shall proceed to examine how such States are to be governed and maintained." Machiavelli goes on to describe his view of Republican rule in his work titled "The Discourses" which is longer but less famous.

Isaac Newton's Principia w/Percival Frost 1863

The political works of Thomas Paine 1826

Age of Reason by Thomas Paine

Rights of Man by Thomas Paine

The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith

A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN BY MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT (searchable PDF)

An Inquiry Into the Causes and Effects of the Variolæ Vaccinæ 1798 by Edward Jenner (searchable PDF)

Edward B. Jenner, FRS, (18th May 1749 – 26 January 1823) was an English scientist who studied his natural surroundings in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. He is often credited as the first doctor to introduce and study the smallpox vaccine.

Thomas Malthus - An Essay on the Principle of Population 1798 (searchable PDF)

The English political economist and demographer Thomas Robert Malthus FRS (13 February 1766 – 23 December 1834) analyzed population growth and noted the potential for populations to increase rapidly, and often faster than the food supply available to them. Commentators may refer to such a runaway scenario, as outlined in Malthus's treatise An Essay on the Principle of Population, as a "Malthusian catastrophe".

On the Duty of Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau (searchable PDF)

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

MANIFESTO OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY by Karl Marx

The Influence of Sea Power Upon History by A.T. Mahan 1890 - The book's arguments influenced naval policies of governments for decades. In the United States, it encouraged Secretary of the Navy Teddy Roosevelt to support a greater navy; Mahan and Roosevelt became friends after Roosevelt published his own naval histories in the 1880s. It also motivated the U.S. government to project American power through its navy, thus contributing to American Imperialism.

The treatise's influence was not limited to the United States. Mahan's work encouraged enlargement of the German and Japanese navies (Kaiser Wilhelm II ordered a copy aboard every ship of the Imperial German Navy) contributing to the naval arms race between Britain and Germany. The resulting tension was a major factor in the development of World War I.

The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud 1900 (searchable PDF)

The Works of Josephus

The Annals of the World by Bishop James Ussher

RELATIVITY: THE SPECIAL AND GENERAL THEORY BY ALBERT EINSTEIN

The Outline of History by H.G. Wells

Natural Theology or Evidences of the Existence and the Attributes of the Deity collected from the Appearances of Nature by William Paley 1860

Thus Spake Zarathustra by F. Nietzsche

The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer

The Book of Mormon

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