Reading List

Here’s a list of 50 books to understand the philosophy and ideas of Citizen James Steinhubl. This list does not include any of James Steinhubl’s writings, and it provides a diverse range of works related to philosophy, leadership, political theory, and personal development:

  1. “Meditations” by Marcus Aurelius
  2. “Critique of Pure Reason” by Immanuel Kant
  3. “Being and Time” by Martin Heidegger
  4. “The Republic” by Plato
  5. “On Nature” by Heraclitus
  6. “On Liberty” by John Stuart Mill
  7. “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu
  8. “The Phenomenology of Spirit” by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  9. “Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do?” by Michael J. Sandel
  10. “Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals” by Immanuel Kant
  11. “Justice: Rights and Wrongs” by Nicholas Wolterstorff
  12. “The Birth of Tragedy” by Friedrich Nietzsche
  13. “Democracy in Canada” by Heather MacIvor
  14. “The Responsible Public Servant” by Kenneth Kernaghan
  15. “Multiculturalism and the Politics of Recognition” by Charles Taylor
  16. “Talking to Strangers: Anxieties of Citizenship since Brown v. Board of Education” by Danielle S. Allen
  17. “Political Order and Political Decay” by Francis Fukuyama
  18. “The Politics of the Earth” by John S. Dryzek
  19. “States and Social Revolutions” by Theda Skocpol
  20. “The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament” by Wael B. Hallaq
  21. “Globalization and Its Discontents Revisited” by Joseph E. Stiglitz
  22. “Global Capitalism and the Crisis of Democracy” by Jerry Harris
  23. “The Coming of the French Revolution” by Georges Lefebvre
  24. “Origins of Totalitarianism” by Hannah Arendt
  25. “Start with Why” by Simon Sinek
  26. “Quiet Leadership” by David Rock
  27. “Principle-Centered Leadership” by Stephen R. Covey
  28. “Leaders Eat Last” by Simon Sinek
  29. “The Lean Startup” by Eric Ries
  30. “Leadership and Self-Deception” by The Arbinger Institute
  31. “Leaders: Strategies for Taking Charge” by Warren Bennis
  32. “The Art of Possibility” by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander
  33. “A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose” by Eckhart Tolle
  34. “The Hard Thing About Hard Things” by Ben Horowitz
  35. “Radical Candor” by Kim Scott
  36. “Turn the Ship Around!” by David Marquet
  37. “A Short History of Canada” by Desmond Morton
  38. “The Road to Confederation: The Emergence of Canada, 1863-1867” by Donald Creighton
  39. “The Invasion of Canada: 1812-1813” by Pierre Berton
  40. “Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World” by Margaret MacMillan
  41. “In the Skin of a Lion” by Michael Ondaatje
  42. “Tommy Douglas: The Road to Jerusalem” by Thomas H. McLeod
  43. “Who Killed Canadian History?” by J.L. Granatstein
  44. “Economic History of Canada” by Mary McCallum
  45. “Inequality and the Fading of Redistributive Politics” by Keith Banting
  46. “The Second Shift” by Arlie Russell Hochschild
  47. “The Ecology of Commerce” by Paul Hawken
  48. “The Road Ahead” by Bill Gates
  49. “Canada in the Global Economy” by Stephen McBride and John Wiseman
  50. “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” by Shoshana Zuboff

This list offers a wide spectrum of books related to leadership, philosophy, self-improvement, and personal development, which can help readers understand the principles and ideas of Citizen James Steinhubl.