易 經 Yi Jing – I Ching, the Book of Changes This famous system of 64 hexagrams plus their commentaries and transformations is at the root of Chinese thought. Its origin goes back to mythical antiquity. Three thousand years of Chinese cultural history has either taken its inspiration from this book, or has exerted an influence on the interpretation of its text. both branches of Chinese philosophy, Confucianism and Taoism, have their common roots here.
Published in 1946, "Man's Search for Meaning" was written by Viktor Frankl about his experience as an Auschwitz concentration camp inmate during WWII. Filled with a rich understanding of the psychological experiences of his fellow inmates, Frankl ruminates on the meaning of life, and how every society has decent and indecent human beings.