What does that have to do with artificial intelligence?
… quite a lot, no?
Those links are specific to MIRI’s rather idiosyncratic philosophy/math oriented research agenda. If you actually read all those books, you’re pretty much committing to knowing very little about practical AI and machine learning, simply by virtue of time opportunity cost.
There’s only two items on that list that are artificial intelligence related. One is an introductory survey textbook, and the other is really about probabilistic reasoning with some examples geared towards AI. The rest has about as much to do with AI as, say, the C++ programming manual.
Your definition what counts as “AI related” seems to be narrower than mine, but fine. I trust readers can judge whether the linked resources are of interest.