Greenhaven Press, Nov 6, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
Albert Einstein developed theories in the first decades of the twentieth century that overturned a two-hundred-year-old view of the universe and changed the course of physics. This anthology chronicles the influences on Einstein's development as a scientist, his work in physics, his fame and espoused causes, and his work in America.
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Major Influences on Einsteins
From Experience to Thinking to Worldview
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