112 Mercer Street

112 Mercer Street

Einstein, Russell, Gödel, Pauli, and the End of Innocence in Science

Book - 2007
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In 1944, Albert Einstein invited three close friends, giants of contemporary science and thought, to his home at 112 Mercer Street in Princeton, New Jersey to discuss science, philosophy, and world events.These were Bertrand Russell, the incomparable logician, philosopher, and humanist; Wolfgang Pauli, the great physicist; and Kurt Godel, the groundbreaking logician.Using these historic meetings as a starting point, Burton Feldman provides a highly original examination of these four very outsized personalities as friends, colleagues and rivals-particularly the stubborn and supremely self-confident Einstein and the aristocratic Russell.Masterfully researched, this accessible book illuminates the feelings of these great men about the world of science that was then beginning to pass them by, and about the dawning atomic age that terrified them all.
Publisher: New York : Arcade Pub. : Distributed by Hachette Book Group USA, c2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781559707046
Branch Call Number: Science & Nature 509.22 Fel
Additional Contributors: Williams, Katherine 1952-


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