Everything cited in the Almanack

Every work and mind cited in CM’s almanack.

A table listing everything and a visual post for they eye.

Philip Fisher Common stocks and uncommon profits
Benjamin Graham The intelligent investor
Confucius The morals of Confucius
John Milton Paradise Lost
Samuel Johnson
Charles Darwin
Elihu Root
Anthony Trollope
Pierre de Fermat
Blaise Pascal
Edwards Deming
Kellar Self Decapitazion
Stevenson Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Jack Welch Winning
Sam Walton
Cunningham How to think like Benjamin Graham and invest like Warren Buffett
Simon Marks
Sir William Osler
Adam Smith The Wealth of Nations
Steven Pinker Michael Faraday
Michael Faraday
Stanley Milgram
Ivan Pavlov
Elmer Gantry Le charlatan
Captain James Cook
Serpico Al Pacino
Andrew S. Grove Only the paranoid survive
Irving Stone Men To Match My Mountains
C. S. Forester Hornblower and the Atropos
Remedial Worldly Wisdom The foundamental 4: Math, physics, chemistry, engnineering.And Accounting, history, psychology, philosophy, statistics, biology, economics.
Daniel Bjork B. F. Skinner
Max Planck
Mark Twain
James Clerk Maxwell
Sir Isaac Newton
Alfred North Whitehead Process and Reality
Richard Thaler
Pierre-Simon Laplace
Roger Fisher
Richard P. Feynman
Jared Diamon Collapse
Robert W. Woodruff
Peter F. Drucker Shaping the managerial mind
John Kennet Galbraith The Affluent Society
John Maynard Keynes
Uton Sinclair The Jungle
N. Gregory Mankiw Principles of Microeconomics
Garrett Hardin
Joseph Rudyard Kipling Gunga Din and others favorite poems
Albert Einstein
Les Schwab
David Ricardo Principles of political economy and taxes
Victor Niederhoffer
George P. Schultz
Luca de Pacioli
Kurt Godel
Hofstadter GEB
Bernard de Mandeville The Fables of the Bees
Benjamin M. Friedman The moral consequences of economic growth
Andrew Hill

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