The Einstein ReaderBook - 2006
Einstein was not just the greatest scientist of his generation: he was also a deeply humane thinker concerned with issues and events affecting the world through all the spectra of experience. Frequently lauded for his remarkable breakthroughs in physics and little-known for anything else, the man behind the hair was a prolific writer. Included here are his thoughts on freedom, international security, Zionism, morals and the atomic threat to world peace.
Publisher: New York : Citadel, c2006.
Characteristics: ix, 257 p. ;,21 cm.