… The Most Important Philosophy Books Ever Written | The Reading Lists. (Hat tip, Rus Bowden.)
Aristotle and Plato for sure, but no Thomas Aquinas? I got through Nausea easily enough, but found it ridiculous — e.g., that scene where Roquentin freaks out over a tree (as I remember it). I'd go with Gabriel Marcel's Homo Viator and Creative Fidelity.