I figured we'd need a thread like this, so here we go!
I've been delving into philosophy lately. I'm in between reading three books right now.
TAZ by Hakim Bey
In the Defense of Anarchism by Robert Paul Wolff
Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche
TAZ has been a good read so far, with a lot of very radical but interesting ideas regarding anarchism. I haven't gotten to far into In the Defense, but it seems like more of a logical approach to anarchism. Nietzsche has been hard to get into, but what I've read, I've liked so far.
So what have you been reading?
I've been reading "Linear Algebra" by David C. Lay, and "University Physics" by Young & Freedman. Yay!