I try to read on multiple interfaces, in multiple dimensions. The books below are parts of a more goal oriented reading list (the books I've been planning to read). The other readings are not centralized: articles, essays, fragments, websites, found and started on an impulse. I like to move texts from one interface to another if I can connect to it more efficiently that way.

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Currently Reading

Robert M. Pirsig ― "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"
Emile Ajar ― "The Life Before Us"


Alan Moore ― "Do Design: Why beauty is key to everything"
János Pilinszky ― "Beszélgetések"
János Pilinszky ― "Beszélgetések Sheryl Suttonnal"
László Krasznahorkai ― "Az ellenállás melankóliája"
Henry D. Thoreau ― "Walden"
Daniel Keyes ― "Flowers for Algernon"
Marcus Aurelius ― "Meditations"
David Foster Wallace ― "Infinite Jest"
Norbert Wiener ― "The Human Use of Human Beings"
Norbert Wiener ― "Cybernetics: or the Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine"
John F. W. Herschel ― "Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy"
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy ― "Skepticism"
Haruki Murakami ― "1Q84"


Stefan Zweig ― "Schachnovelle"
Albert Camus ― "The Plague"
Ádám Bodor ― "Sinistra körzet"
Ian McEwan ― "The Cockroach"
Peter Gelderloos ― "Anarchy Works"
Haruki Murakami ― "After Dark"
Beatriz Colomina & Mark Wigley ― "Are We Human? ― Notes on an Archaeology of Design"
P. D. James ― "The Children of Men"
Samuel Scheffler ― "Death & the Afterlife"
James P. Carse ― "Finite and Infinite Games"
Stephen Hawking ― "A Brief History of Time"
Haruki Murakami ― "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle"
Jón Kalman Stefánsson ― "Fish Have No Feet"
Haruki Murakami ― "What I Talk About When I Talk About Running"
László Krasznahorkai ― "Sátántangó"
Péter Esterházy ― "Hasnyálmirigynapló"
Haruki Murakami ― "Kafka on the Shore"
Rainer Maria Rilke ― "Letters To A Young Poet"
Martin Heidegger ― "The Question Concerning Technology"
Haruki Murakami ― "Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End Of The World"
Franz Enzenhofer ― "Understanding SEO"
Yuval Noah Harari ― "Homo Deus"


Attila Bartis ― "A Nyugalom"
László Potozky ― "Éles"
Jean-Paul Sartre ― "Nausea"
Imre Madách ― "Az Ember Tragédiája"
Alain de Botton ― "Essays on Love"
Michel Houellebecq ― "The Map and the Territory"
Arthur Schopenhauer ― "The Metaphysics of Love"
Kurt Vonnegut ― "Slaughterhouse-Five"
László Potozky ― "Égéstermék"
Michel Houellebecq ― "The Possibility of an Island"