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  1. Without any order and priority, as well as without trying to generalize to people in general-books that have influenced my worldview and helped to greatly change my attitude to the world around me (well, I do not include in the list what everyone reads-Anna Karenina, King Lear, etc.)

    Heraclitus – fragments, Parmenides-fragments, Empedocles-fragments
    Plato “Theaetetus” / “Sophist”/”Parmenides ” / “Pir”
    Aristotle “Physics” / “Metaphysics” – M. Heidegger “On the essence of the concept of physis
    in Aristotle” Hume “A Study on human cognition”
    A. Kozhev “The concept of power” / “Introduction to reading Hegel”
    L. N. Tolstoy “Confession” – A. B. Goldenweiser “Near Tolstoy”
    M. A. Bakhtin” To the philosophy of action ” – recordings of conversations with Duvakin
    Dante's “On the Monarchy”
    P. Ado “Plotinus, or simplicity of view “
    Thucydides” History “
    L. Wittgenstein's “The Blue Notebook” / “The Brown Notebook”
    Husserl “Cartesian Meditations”
    , Moscow. Scheler “Resentiment in the structure of morals”
    A. F. Losev “Criticism of Platonism in Aristotle” / “Dialectics of Myth” – recordings of conversations with
    R. Bibikhin. Bart”S/Z”
    E. Munier “Personalism”
    M. Foucault's “Supervision and Punishment” / “The Will to Truth” / “Intellectuals and Power”

    Long texts are hard for me, so as you can see, there are many collections of short texts, conversations, dialogues, etc. I also read long books, but apparently I didn't understand enough for them to somehow radically change me, so there is no Science of Logic, Criticism of Pure reason, etc. In general, in my opinion, the ideal method of presentation is conversation, so I was best given Plato's ideas,

  2. Victor Hugo “Les Miserables”, Fyodor Dostoevsky “Crime and Punishment”,” The Idiot”, Ray Bradbury” Fahrenheit 451″, George Orwell” 1984″, Nikolai Gogol” Portrait”, Oscar Wilde”Portrait of Dorian Gray”.

  3. and where to change it?
    There are a lot of books, as well as points of view.

    It's not a dress, damn it.

    you don't change your mindset like gloves)))
    your internal position reflects something.

    and even in order to change it , you first need to know WHAT to change for WHAT and why.

  4. “1984” by Orwell,” We ” by Zamyatin,” All the best that Money can't Buy ” by Fresco – I was a little naive and believed everything I was told, including in relation to politics. And these books reveal a lot, especially if you still don't understand much in this life, as in adolescence, at the age of 13. You can also add “How I became an idiot” by Martin Page.

    “Is there a woman” by Dario Salas-generally turns the picture of the world in relation to the self-consciousness of women.

    Personally, I was awakened by the desire to read fiction by Bulgakov's books “The Master and Margarita”and” The Heart of a Dog”. Still, it is not for nothing that “M and M” is in the first place of popular books among young people.

    Works by A. Baricco “Silk”, “Mr. Gwyn”, and especially ” 1900. The legend of the Pianist” – for me this author was a really big discovery. But it doesn't exactly change the worldview… rather, it is something slightly more original in comparison with many works. And unrealistically beautiful.

    And, of course, the classics – Dostoevsky, especially “The Brothers Karamazov”, “The Gambler” and “The Idiot”,” Martin Eden ” by Jack London, Kuprin,” The Count of Monte Cristo ” by Dumas, etc.

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