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1. Timeo (360 a.C.

) Platn
2. Limmoraliste (1902) Andr Gide
3. The Observational Approach To Cosmology (1937) Edwin Hubble
4. Who Speaks For Man? (1953) Norman Cousins
5. Young Archimedes and Other Stories (1924) Aldous Huxley
6.A History of Western Philosophy (1969) W. T. Jones
7. Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
(1841) Charles Mackay
8. The Uses of The Past: Profiles of Former Societies (1952) Herbert
J. Muller
9. La Biblia Annimo
10.Julius Caesar (1599) Shakespeare

11. Heat and Thermodynamics (1900) Mark Waldo Zemansky


12. Education For Freedom (1943) Robert Maynard Hutchins
13. La Repblica (380 a.C.) Platn
14. Death Be Not Proud(1949) John Gunther
15. An Outline to Psychology (1949) William McDougall
16.In the Matter of (1954) J. Robert Oppenheimer
17. But We Were Born Free (1954) Elmer Davis
18. The Portable Greek Reader (1948) W. H. Auden

19. Quantitative Aspects of Carcinogenic Radiation (1952) H. Davis


20. The Kinetic Theory of Gases (1938) E. H. Kennard
21. Theory of Functions (1952) Konrad Knopp
22. Complex Analysis (1953) Lars Ahlfors
23. Introduction to Electric Fields (1954) W. E. Rogers
24. Electromagnetics (1949) John D. Kraus