Books I Read In 2022

I've been fairly good at sticking with my New Year's Resolution for 2021 and carving out some time to read most evenings.

Here is just a dump of all of the books I read this year, mostly for my own sake. Perhaps it will be of interest to others, too.

Non Fiction


  • The fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason - Schopenhauer
  • The World as Will and Idea - Schopenhauer
  • The Will in Nature - Schopenhauer
  • Symposium - Plato
  • The Problems of Philosophy - Russell
  • Councils and Maxims - Schopenhauer
  • Studies in Pessimism - Schopenhauer
  • The Art of Literature - Schopenhauer
  • The Art of Controversy - Schopenhauer
  • The Fundamental Principles of Morals - Kant


  • The Shallows - What the Internet is Doing to our Brains
  • Technopoly - Postman


  • Notes from the Underground - Dostoyevsky
  • MacBeth - Shakespeare
  • The Great Gatsby - Fitzgerald
  • Infinite Jest - Foster Wallace
  • The Country of the Blind, and other Short Stories - HG Wells
  • Gone Girl - Flynn
  • The Brothers Karamazov - Dostoyevsky

This includes only book I have finished, and no audiobooks.

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