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Albert Einstein Top Favorite Books – Behind the mind of a Genius

By: Alcides Alvarado.

I have always been fascinated with Albert Einstein, his contributions that he has. Make to this world are unique; When I found someone like Albert Einstein I still like to do some research about them, their routines and books they love to read, and I have found a very uncommon list of books that he just to read, that’s why I had decided to share in this post.

A Treatise of Human Nature

Book by David Hume

David Hume’s “Treatise of Human Nature“ had according to Albert Einstein’s own words quite an influence on his development.

Exploring the link between science and human nature, or a scientifically applied moral philosophy is the goal of this Treatise. Building on early complaints against the endless conjecture and wranglings between philosophers, this work promotes a move away from metaphysical speculation and a permanent shift toward systems based on observational fact. By banishing supernatural doctrine that looks beyond the existing world, fear and prejudice can take a backseat in human experience. Kennesaw State University listed this work in its Honors program, along with the famous Enquiry. KSU should have also included Hume’s friend Adam Smith, who worked out many of these philosophies in economics.

Quest

by Leopold Infeld

Much reading and book-learning can drive you to try and become one of the characters in your favorite novels. This is what happens to Don Quixote, who attempts many chivalrous knightly acts while hampered by a world that has rejected knightly virtues. The Guardian rightly placed this 400-year-old classic novel among its all-time Top 100 books, and quite rightly between these three selections: Diary of a Madman, The Divine Comedy, and Anderson’s Fairy Tales. Cervantes weaves all three elements – madness, comedy, and fantasy – in between conversations and adventures shared between Quixote and Sancho Panza, his seemingly simple-minded but loyal and outspoken aide de camp.

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“Isis Unveiled: Secrets of the Ancient Wisdom Tradition”

by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

This was one of Einstein’s favorite books

Along with The Infinite Way and Kahlil Gabran’s The Prophet, this book made its way into Elvis Presley’s reading list. As a Theosophist, Blavatsky promoted pantheism and greatly influenced both Mahatma Gandhi and Annie Besant. In this work, spiritualism and occult practices are the base for examining ancient Eastern and Western wisdom, rather than the traditionally reversed path of finding knowledge. Like David Hume, Blavatsky examines existing philosophical systems and ideas and finds them to be inadequate, especially in the light of the Kabbala, the Vedas, and Nostradamus prophecies.

 

“The Brothers Karamazov”

by Dostoevsky

Einstein very much liked to read The Karamasow Brothers by Dostojewski.

This is of the best allegorical novels to explain the fractured nature of 19th century Russia. Each character is representative of one of the ruling classes. There is the father Fyodor, the landowner who is negligent about his land, but greedy in using its produce for himself. There’s Dmitri, who has been passed around from house to house and has grown up an entitled but debt-ridden soul. There’s the skeptic Ivan, who wishes to live more among cold concepts than people. The third is gentle Alyosha, the mystic and religious peacemaker, and the illegitimate Smerdyakov. Throughout are themes of love, law, and duty, which makes this one of the best Dostoyesky books to read besides Crime and Punishment.

Also recommended by Vladimir Putin,

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by b. kovner

Albert Einstein’s favorite reading during his last few months of his life were humorist stories of B. Kovner, a writer for the Jewish Daily Forward. Kovner ( pen name for Jacob Adler ) wrote a series of humorist stories in Yiddish for the forward, the most famous being Yenta Telebenta. Einstein looked forward to each new episode in his las several months.

Don Quixote

Novel by Miguel de Cervantes

Einstein lay in bed without shirt or pajamas, with Don Quixote on his night table. It is the book which he enjoys most and likes to read for relaxation…. The thought of the book excited him… ” It’s a drama of ideas. It ought to be absorbing and highly interesting for everyone who likes science.”

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