What books have the power 
to change your mind? 
We’ve collected ten free digital books  suggested by readers below, but add your thoughts in the comments section.

Over at Reddit, readers are building a list of books 
that might help you change the way you think about things.” The discussion is filled with interesting books, 
we are sure our readers have plenty of more ideas.

Here’s more from the original post
“I give you: Sartorialconundrum’s list of twelve books that might help you change the way you think about things. The idea behind this list is that each of them take a different view than the established ideology in their field, or they take on a myth that we have come to take for granted in our way of thinking, or they are stories that don’t quite follow a traditional character arc.”

10 Free Books That Might Change Your Mind
(follow the Project Gutenberg links to download for any eReader)

by Rainer Maria Rilke

The Golden Bough 
by Sir James George Frazer

The Republic 
by Plato

The Critique of Pure Reason 
by Immanuel Kant

Democracy in America 
by Alexis de Tocqueville

Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature 
by William James

Leaves of Grass 
by Walt Whitman

What’s Wrong with the World 
by G. K. Chesterton

The Brothers Karamazov 
by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

by John Stuart Mill

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