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The Stand
Stephen King
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David McCullough
The Monadology - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz I don't buy Leibniz's brand of occasionalism, philosophical optimism, or even his assuredness that there is an infinite, necessarily existing simple substance he calls 'God.' But I found his arguments to be, for the most part, cogent, and his no nonsense, nearly mathematical form of composition to eschew the unnecessary obfuscation that oftentimes accompanies longer, rambling works of philosophy.