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The quotable Einstein

Auteur: Albert Einstein; Alice Calaprice
Uitgever: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1996.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Albert Einstein was a prolific - and often thoughtful and gifted - writer, and he is immensely quotable. This collection of approximately 550 quotations by and about Einstein for the first time arranges his thoughts and ideas thematically. Here we can easily find Einstein's thoughts on everything from America and Americans, Germans and Germany, Jews and Zionism, war and peace, politics, religion, and science to more
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Genre/Vorm: Quotations
Genoemd persoon: Albert Einstein; Albert Einstein; Albert Einstein; Albert Einstein
Genre: Biografie, Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Albert Einstein; Alice Calaprice
ISBN: 0691026963 9780691026961
OCLC-nummer: 34282881
Beschrijving: xxxiv, 269 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Inhoud: Foreword / Freeman Dyson --
Einstein Family Tree --
On Einstein Himself --
On America and Americans --
On Death --
On Education and Academic Freedom --
On Family --
On Friends, Specific Scientists, and Others --
On Germans and Germany --
On Humankind --
On Jews, Israel, Judaism, Zionism --
On Life --
On Pacifism --
On Peace, War, the Bomb, and the Military --
On Politics, Patriotism, and Government --
On Religion, God, and Philosophy --
On Science and Scientists, Mathematics, and Technology --
On Miscellaneous Subjects --
Attributed to Einstein --
Others on Einstein --
Answers to the Most Common Nonscientific Questions about Einstein.
Verantwoordelijkheid: collected and edited by Alice Calaprice ; with a foreword by Freeman Dyson.
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Albert Einstein was a prolific - and often thoughtful and gifted - writer, and he is immensely quotable. This collection of approximately 550 quotations by and about Einstein for the first time arranges his thoughts and ideas thematically. Here we can easily find Einstein's thoughts on everything from America and Americans, Germans and Germany, Jews and Zionism, war and peace, politics, religion, and science to more personal subjects, such as abortion, youth and aging.

Love and marriage, music, and pets. There is something to please everyone - and something to offend everyone. Also included are sections on what Einstein has said about other famous people, what others have said about him, a chronology containing biographical data, an updated family tree that includes great-great-grandchildren, answers to the most common questions about Einstein, and a selected bibliography. The book includes an engaging foreword by Princeton physicist.

Freeman Dyson. To help the reader or researcher, two indexes are provided. The Index of Key Words will help readers find familiar quotations, and the Subject Index will lead them to subjects of particular interest. The book provides documentation, generally to primary sources such as the Einstein Archive and The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein.

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