The Meaning of It All: Thoughts of a Citizen-Scientist

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In this collection of lectures that Richard Feynman originally gave in 1963, unpublished during his lifetime, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist discusses several mega questions of science, including: Is this really a scientific age?

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philosophicalengineer

Jul 27, 2010

Genius.

His wit, his character, his personality and even his resolution to cling onto no idea or conclusion about the physical...I loved it all!

gleigh

Sep 30, 2009

Very much liked this book.

Feynman has his own unique style to writing and if you can get into his mode you will enjoy this book. He tackles the subject of science, as well as touches on other topics, with practical ideas and entertaining thoughts. He has a sense of realism and honesty to him that only accentuates his ability to bring his ideas to the reader. Not dry if you get his humor and are able to open up your mind to his way of presenting the information to you. This is definitely a more relaxed way of learning science. Highly recommend.

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