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The whole thing was basically an experiment,' Richard Feynman, looking back on the origins of these lectures, said late in his career. It turned out to be a hugely successful one, spawning books that have remained a definitive introduction to all physics for decades. And now, 'Basic Books' is proud to publish the complete, error-free, and authorised collection of the late Richard P. Feynman's lectures. As a fundamental aspect of our knowledge of the physical world, quantum mechanics remains a vital subject in physics. Feynman begins with the ideas of amplitudes and the abstract notion of a state in Volume I, before moving on to the study of two-state systems in Volume II. The novel approach in Volume III rounds out and builds upon the material developed in the earlier lectures, while remaining independent of the first two. Timeless and collectible, the lectures are essential reading and listening, not just for students of physics, but for anyone seeking an introduction to the field from the inimitable Richard Feynman.

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  • Broché: 560 pages
  • Editeur : Basic Books; Édition : revised 50th anniverary ed (20 octobre 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0465024939
  • ISBN-13: 978-0465024933
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,6 x 3,2 x 27,9 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par h2s le 15 avril 2013
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This book is a classic that every physics student should read.
The only thing to regret is not having the oportunity to be there during the lectures.
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37 internautes sur 37 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
'The test of all knowledge is experiment.' 28 décembre 2011
Par ealovitt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This first volume of the original 3-volume, 1963 - 1965 edition of Nobel-prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman's lectures to Caltech freshmen and sophomores has been part of my library ever since I was introduced to it as a textbook in my freshman physics class. Volume I concentrates on mechanics, radiation, and heat; Volume II on electromagnetism and matter; and Volume III on quantum mechanics.

Volume I: the first three chapters ("Atoms in Motion," "Basic Physics," and "The Relation of Physics to Other Sciences") were meant by Feynman to outline the relationship of physics to other sciences, and other sciences to each other, and to discuss the overall meaning of `Science.' Here in the introduction to Volume I, Feynman iterates one of his most-quoted ideas on science: "If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be destroyed, and only one sentence passed on to the next generation of creatures, what statement would contain the most information in the fewest words? I believe it is the atomic hypothesis...that `all things are made of atoms--little particles that move around in perpetual motion, attracting each other when they are a little distance apart, but repelling upon being squeezed into one another.'"

There are 52 chapters in Volume I, from "Atoms in Motion" to "Symmetry in Physical Laws." It would be well to remember that this book and its fellows are not meant to be read in isolation. Rather the lectures were connected with a series of experiments and demonstrations. As Feynman puts it: "The principle of science, the definition, almost, is the following: `The test of all knowledge is experiment.'"

Before my introduction to this book, I had always thought of mechanics as the least glamorous (most boring) aspect of physics, and couldn't wait to move on to nuclear physics. The study of levers, friction on inclined planes, etc. had certainly been boring in high school. However, Feynman goes nuclear (or at least atomic) from the very first pages of these lectures. We study the characteristics of force, not just as they relate to weights on a spring or sliding bodies on a plane, but right down to the level of molecular and electromagnetic forces.

Nor does Feynman confine himself to the realm of the small. His students are soon hurtled out of the atomic realm, and asked to consider the orbit of Sirius B with respect to Sirius A, and the physics responsible for the shapes of galaxies.

These lectures by Richard P. Feynman were meant for physics students, as opposed to the general public. Those readers who have no background in physics, calculus, statistics and probability might find this book tough going. However, any of us might struggle through certain sections with no loss of self-worth, if we remember that one of America's most brilliant scientists gave two years of his knowledge and intellectual energy in order to present us with a solid understanding of his physicist's universe. Feynman says in his epilogue to these lectures: "Finally, may I add that the main purpose of my teaching has not been to prepare you for some examination...I wanted most to give you some appreciation of the wonderful world and the physicist's way of looking at it, which, I believe, is a major part of the true culture of modern times."
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This is the edition to get 23 janvier 2013
Par Christopher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was not excited to order the Millennium Edition, but in 2013 it's the right choice for most people.

The Millennium Edition has glossy ink and skinny letters, making it harder to read. But you can buy it new at a reasonable price and it is readable. This in my experience outweighed the hassle of finding acceptable copies (cost and condition-wise) of previous editions which have nice dark ink and normal thickness letters. This especially applies to the 1989 Commemorative Edition and the 2005 Definitive Edition, which I have seen copies of in libraries and are both easy to read.

If you have the money for the Definitive Edition new, I would buy that one, but lately it has been extremely expensive. Also note that this paperback Millennium Edition has the same paper and ink to my eyes as the hardcover Millennium Edition.

The book itself is 5 stars easily. My review is -1 star for the print quality.
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"Glossy" typeface not an issue for me 24 septembre 2013
Par Peter L Bierhorst - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was a little worried about this "glossy pages" issue brought up by the other posters. However, it was way cheaper and easier to just buy this edition, so I took the plunge.

When I got it, I compared it side by side with the library copy that I had been reading. (The library copy was the old edition). Sure, I could notice a subtle difference, and my wife and I both thought that perhaps the library copy could be slightly easier on the eyes. But it was a minor thing; from reading the other posts I worried this edition would be highly reflective with glare like a shiny glossy magazine, which is just not the case.

The next day I returned the library copy to the library; I've been reading this one ever since and not once have I had a thought like "gee, I wish it was less glossy" while reading it. I've just been reading it, never distracted from the content.

Admittedly, I'm not older (I'm 31) and I've always had pretty good eyesight, so I can't speak for everybody, but I felt like for me, just getting this nice, new, cheaper copy was the no-brainer decision, with which I'm completely satisfied.

In closing, this book was $26.49 when I bought it in early September on this website. I don't know why the price has gone up. (I was considering getting the hardcover version originally, but that price also went up).
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great book 21 juillet 2013
Par mmdunnill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
all books by feynmann are both fun to read and very informative, he lets you know when a difficult topic is difficult - some authors write in such a way that even the difficult material is easy. feynmann tells it like it is. This goes for all of his books
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A classic 3 février 2013
Par Geraldine M Manney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a wonderful book containing the first 52 lectures on physics given by the famous Richard Feynman. It is very accessible to those who are not expert in the subject, entertaining, and inspiring, as any true classic. The lectures are each up to 10 pages long and masterfully organized in ascending difficulty. A joy to read.
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