- The Poet's Defence (1939)
- William Blake: A Man Without a Mask (1943)
- The Common Sense of Science (1951)
- The Face of Violence (1954)
- Science and Human Values. New York: Julian Messner, Inc.. 1956, 1965.
- William Blake: The Penguin Poets Series (1958)
- The Western Intellectual Tradition, From Leonardo to Hegel (1960) - with Bruce Mazlish
- Biography of an Atom (1963) - with Millicent Selsam
- Insight (1964)
- The Identity of Man. Garden City: The Natural History Press. 1965.
- Nature and Knowledge: The Philosophy of Contemporary Science (1969)
- William Blake and the Age of Revolution (1972)
- The Ascent of Man (1974)
- A Sense of the Future (1977)
- Magic, Science & Civilization (1978)
- The Origins of Knowledge and Imagination (1978)
- The Visionary Eye: Essays in the Arts, Literature and Science (1979) - edited by Piero Ariotti and Rita Bronowski.
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“The books we think we ought to read are poky, dull, and dry;
The books that we would like to read we are ashamed to buy;
The books that people talk about we never can recall;
And the books that people give us, oh, theyre the worst of all.”
—Carolyn Wells (18701942)
“In books one finds golden mansions and women as beautiful as jewels.”
“If only I could manage, without annoyance to my family, to get imprisoned for 10 years, without hard labour, and with the use of books and writing materials, it would be simply delightful!”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)