Out of My Later Years: The Scientist, Philosopher and Man Portrayed Through His Own Words
Wings Books, 1956 - 282 pages
Albert Einstein, among the greatest scientists of all time, was also a man of profound thought and deeply humane feelings. His collected essays offer a fascinating and moving look at one of the twentieth century's leading minds.
Covering a fifteen year period from 1934 to 1950, the contents of this book have been drawn from Einstein's articles, addresses, letters and assorted papers. Through his words, you can understand the man and gain his insight on social, religious, and educational issues.
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The chapters on public affairs and my people were so intelligently written and so relevant to today--2017. He was very prescient. Read full review
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The world renowned scientist gives his personal credos, his profound convictions on the most urgent questions of modern society: social,religious, educational and racial relationships and the problem of peace." Read full review
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