In Towards a calculus of happiness I mentioned Wabi-Sabi: for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers, which is increasingly informing how I'm thinking about my book. It now rests along with other favorites  in a class of philosophy books that gets at what I'm shooting for. I'd love your suggestions for others that are similar.
Here are a few attributes that come to mind:
- Logically coherent view of the world (e.g., worldview, principles, and practices)
- Tightly written in clear, spare language
- Provides lasting value
Do any of your favorites jump out at you? I'm not in the habit of studying the masters, so this is a new sub-experiment as part of writing the book. Thanks!
 Here are some I've stumbled across in the last five years: