List of Works
- Who is to be Master of the World? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. Edinburgh: T. N. Foulis, 1909.
- Nietzsche: His Life and Works (Philosophies Ancient and Modern). London: Constable, 1910. New York: Dodge, 1910.
- (tr.) Ecce Homo (Nietzsche's Autobiography). New York: Macmillan, 1911.
- (tr.) The Case of Wagner; Nietzsche Contra Wagner; Selected Aphorisms; We Philologists. Edinburgh and London: T. N. Foulis, 1911.
- Nietzsche and Art. London: Constable, 1911. Boston: J. W. Luce, 1912. New York: Haskell House, 1971.
- A Defence of Aristocracy: A Text-Book for Tories. London: Constable, 1915. Boston: Phillips, 1915. Second edition, London: Constable, 1933.
- Man's Descent from the Gods: Or, The Complete Case Against Prohibition. London: William Heinemann, 1921. New York: A. A. Knopf, 1921.
- The False Assumptions of "Democracy". London: Heath Cranton, 1921.
- Woman: A Vindication. London: Constable, 1923. New York: A. A. Knopf, 1923. Second edition, London: Constable 1929.
- A Defence of Conservatism: A Further Text-Book for Tories. London: Faber and Gwyer, 1927.
- Man: An Indictment. London: Constable, 1927. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1927.
- The Night-Hoers: Or, The Case Against Birth Control and an Alternative. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1928.
- The Choice of a Mate (The International Library of Sexology and Psychology). London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1935.
- Jews, and the Jews in England (written under the pen-name of Cobbett). London: Boswell, 1938.
- The Truth About Childbirth; lay light on maternal morbidity and mortality. London: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1938.
- The Child: An Adult's Problem; First Aid to Parents. London: Carroll and Nicholson, 1948.
- The Quest of Human Quality: How to Rear Leaders. London: Rider, 1952.
- Religion for Infidels. London: Holborn, 1961. Excerpts reprinted as "How I came to have lessons with F. M. Alexander" in The Philosopher's Stone: Diaries of Lessons with F. Matthias Alexander, edited by Jean M. O. Fischer. London: Mouritz, 1998, pp. 102–108.
- The Specious Origins of Liberalism: The Genesis of a Delusion. London: Britons, 1967.
- Day, John V., ed. (2003). The Lost Philosopher: The Best of Anthony M. Ludovici. Berkeley, CA: Educational Translation and Scholarship Foundation. p. 306 pages. ISBN 0-9746264-0-6.(Anthology)
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