My Favourite Books
Unfortunately you will not find Neural Networks for Babies here.
by Malcolm Gladwell
Why are some people so successful? How much of it is because of individual merit? How much of it is because of environmental factors? Gladwell explores these questions in this thought provoking book.
The Life You Can Save
by Peter Singer
Singer argues that citizens from wealthy nations are morally obligated to donate to charity to help people in extreme poverty. A good primer for effective altriusm!
The Book Thief
by Markus Zusak
A beautifully written fictional book about a girl who steals books from Nazis. My favourite fiction book of all time!
by Michael J. Sandel
An introduction to moral and political philosophy with a complementary online course taught at Harvard. Really dives into the question "What is the right thing to do?"
The Diary of a Young Girl
by Anne Frank
The diary of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl in hiding during the German occupation of Netherlands.
by George Orwell
A classic and also my favourite childhood book. I should really reread this one as I have forgotten the details of what it's about but I just remember it being amazing!