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Antwerp to Gallipoli open wikipedia on the title 
Arthur Ruhl open wikipedia on the author (1876 - 1935) 

An account of Ruhl's experiences in almost all WWI's hot spots.

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Almayer's Folly open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (vol 1) open wikipedia on the title 
John Locke open wikipedia on the author (1632 - 1704) 
This essay is Locke's most famous work. It concerns that nature of human knowledge and understanding. It was one of the primary sources for empiricism, influenced many enlightenment philosophers like David Hume and Bishop Berkeley. The main thrust of the essay is that man does not have innate ideas or principals, that all are developed by experience. Volume one is devoted to disproving the theory of innate ideas. Volume two shows how ideas, principals, and morals are formed from experience.
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Critique of Pure Reason open wikipedia on the title 
Immanuel Kant open wikipedia on the author (1724 - 1804) 
First published in 1781 Critique of Pure Reason is widely regarded as the most influential and widely read work of the German philosopher Immanuel Kant and one of the most influential and important in the entire history of Western philosophy. Kant saw the work as an attempt to bridge the gap between rationalism and empiricism and as a counter to the radical empiricism of David Hume.
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Ethics open wikipedia on the title 
Aristotle open wikipedia on the author (384BC - 322BC) 
In The ethics Aristotle examines the nature of virtue and the purpose of life. He believed virtue could be understood only through action - one had to be virtuous to know virtue. The work surveys all the areas of human concern; courage, generosity, honour, justice, friendship, wit, etc. Aristotle's ideas dominated western thinking until the renaissance. The Ethics is considered to be one of Aristotle's most accessible works.
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Eugenie Grandet open wikipedia on the title 
Honore de Balzac open wikipedia on the author (1799 - 1850) 
Who is going to marry Eugenie Grandet? Enter one cousin Charles, recently orphaned and penniless. Set in provincial France in the aftermath of the French Revolution, Eugenie Grandet is a tale of a father's financial cunning and miserliness pitched against a daughter's determination to rebel.
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Gulliver's Travels open wikipedia on the title 
Jonathan Swift open wikipedia on the author (1667 - 1745) 
This novel is considered both a satire on human nature and a parody of traveller's tales. It is an indisputable classic of English literature, and Swift's most celebrated work. George Orwell reckons it to be one of the six indispensable books in world literature. The novel's main themes are; a satirical view of government and religious differences, an exploration of man being inherently corrupt or simply corruptible, and ancients vs. moderns conflict.
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