The Collected Works of Spinoza, Vol. I edited and translated by Edwin M. Curley – by Stella Crouch

As an atheist, I often feel starved of non-theistic philosophies and philosophers. I realize there are many diverse atheist philosophers, however they are certainly not the majority. I would argue most people can think of more religious than atheist philosophers - which makes sense as there are many more religious people in the world than atheists.

Death: It Makes You Think by David Barrows, API

I have always been interested in how things work. When I started to study business management, I learned that this is called, amongst other things, the value proposition. As a result, I have never been bored. Whether in a donut shop or doing a training session in Sri Lanka, I always ask the same question: What is the value proposition, what makes this work/ or not work?