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Feynman Lectures on Physics Paperback – 1965

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5.0 out of 5 stars The best physics textbook ever written 24 Jun. 2002
By Derek Lee - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't know if I can add much to the many excellent reviews already written, but this set is quite simply the best. The first volume is wonderfully un-orthodox in its presentation of classical physics, doing physics the way Feynman does it. Even the chapters on stat. mech. and thermodynamics, which are usually so dull in texts, is fascinating, and one is just riveted to the book, waiting to see how he will treat the next topic. Despite Feynamn's statement in the preface that his educational experiment failed in the second and third volumes, these too are classics. The second treats classical E and M, at what nowadays is at least at the Junior/Senior level, and in some parts (notably electron self-energy) even covers graduate material. All throughout the book is filled with his charm and spirit of adventure. Finally, the third volume is a highly un-orthodox intro to quantum mechanics. This is the only text I know which has been able to cover QM simply and yet completely, with classic sections on the two-slit experiment. In short, every serious physicist should have these volumes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best physics textbooks ever 28 May 2009
By Wendy K. Laubach - Published on Amazon.com
If you never learned as much physics as you should have done in school, or if you're having trouble remembering some of it or keeping it straight, or if you're home-schooling a kid in physics -- or even if you just want to read a wonderful exposition of basic physics written clearly and brilliantly -- you can't do better than this 3-volume set. And while you're out it, put your hands on anything else Feynman wrote, from his popular anecdotes (such as "Surely You're Joking") or his wonderful "Q.E.D." This guy was just the best.
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