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Works of Non-Fiction

QuestionAnswer
Leviathan (Politics) Thomas Hobbes
The Republic (Politics) Plato
Common Sense (Politics) Thomas Paine
Principia Mathematica (Physics/Science) Isaac Newton
The Social Contract (Politics) Jean-Jacques Rousseau
An Enquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (Economics) Adam Smith
J’accuse (Open Letter) Emile Zola
The Elements (Math) Euclid
Coming of Age in Samoa (Anthropology) Margaret Mead
The Communist Manifesto (Politics) Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God (Religious) Jonathan Edwards
Pragmatism (Philosophy) William James
Book of Mormon (Religious) Joseph Smith
Qur’an (Religious) Muhammad
Meditations (Philosophy) Marcus Aurelius (the Philosopher Emperor of Rome)
On The Origin of Species (Biology) Charles Darwin
Ethics (Philosophy) Benedict de Spinoza
The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (Sociology) Max Weber (pronounced Veber)
Apology (Philosophy) Plato
Utilitarianism (Philosophy) John Stuart Mill
Critique of Pure Reason (Philosophy) Immanuel Kant
Summa theologica (Theology) Thomas Aquinas
Cross of Gold Speech William Jennings Bryan (1896, 1900 & 1908 Democratic Presidential Candidate)
The Gospel According to Matthew (Religious) Saint Matthew
The American Crisis (Politics) Thomas Paine
The Federalist Papers (Politics) Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay
Essay on Population (Essay) Thomas Malthus
Beyond Good and Evil (Philosophy) Friedrich Nietzsche
Philippics (Speech) Demosthenes
The Book of Psalms (Religious) David
The Affluent Society (Economics) John K. Galbraith
Almagest (Astronomy) Ptolemy
The Chrysanthemum and the Sword (Anthropology) Ruth Benedict
Crito (Philosophy) Plato
Phaedo (Philosophy) Plato
The Gulag Archipelago (History) Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
The Myth of Sisyphus (Philosophy) Albert Camus
Patterns of Culture (Anthropology) Ruth Benedict
Silent Spring (Advocacy/Science) Rachel Carson
Reflections on the Revolution in France (Essay) Edmund Burke
Poetics (Criticism) Aristotle
A Dictionary of the English Language (Reference) Samuel Johnson
Night (Autobiography on the Holocaust) Elie Wiesel
Chinese philosopher who wrote Tao-Te Ching (Classic of the Way of Power) and is considered the founder of Taoism Lao Tzu
The Enormous Room e.e. cummings (never capitalize his name; this is an autobiography)
The Book of Exodus Moses
The Book of Revealation John of Patmos
Books of Psalms David
Magna Carta King John (signer)
Acts of the Apostles Luke
Democracy in America Alexis de Tocqueville
Book of Leviticus Moses
The Spirit of Laws Montesquieu
The Division of Labour in Society Emile Durkheim
The Rules of Sociological Method Emile Durkheim
Book of Ecclesiastes Solomon
The Gospel According to John St. John the Apostle (Not John the Baptist)
Politics as a Vocation Max Weber (pronounced Veber)
Two Treatises of Government John Locke
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions James Madison and Thomas Jefferson
Discourse on Inequality Rousseau
Encyclopedie Denis Diderot
Jacques the Fatalist Denis Diderot
The Age of Reason Thomas Paine
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