Published June 8, 2006
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||323|
"On one level, Robyn Arianrhod's Einstein's Heroes is about the crowning achievement of classical physics—James Clerk Maxwell's understanding of electricity, magnetism, and light. But on Brand: Oxford University Press. Robyn Arianrhod. Blending science, history, and biography, this remarkable book illuminates the life and work of three of Albert Einstein's heroes: Isaac Newton, Michael Faraday, and especially James Clerk Maxwell. Einstein’s Heroes (Hardback) Imagining the World Through the Language of Mathematics Robyn Arianrhod. Share this book. Blending science, history and biography, Einstein’s Heroes takes you on . Robyn Arianrhod published her book "Einstein's Heroes" in Robyn's book captures the magic of mathematics and physics in language easy to understand and full of insight. Her notes and index are great. The book /5.
These three men are Einstein's Heroes. In her brilliant new book, Dr Robyn Arianrhod tells the story of the three scientists whose pioneering work paved the way to 20th-century physics. . Einstein had pictures of his three heroes of science on his study wall. 1 They were Isaac Newton 2 (–), Michael Faraday 3 (–), and James Clerk Maxwell 4 (–). But these . In Einstein's Heroes: Imagining the World Through the Language of Mathematics she focuses on the triumvirate of mathematicians and physicists that had the most direct effect upon Albert Einstein's. Robyn Arianrhod is a writer and mathematician (she is Adjunct Research Fellow in the School of Mathematical Sciences, Monash University). Her first book, Einstein’s Heroes: Imagining the world .
Einstein's Heroes takes you on a journey of discovery about just such a miraculous language―the language of mathematics―one of humanity's most amazing accomplishments. Blending science, history, and biography, this remarkable book reveals the mysteries of mathematics, focusing on the life and work of three of Albert Einstein's heroes Reviews: doing accurate book-keeping.’ (p 96) Einstein’s Heroes is inspired by the author’s love for the prophetic capacities of the language of mathematics ‘to describe things we cannot see or even imagine’. The . Blending science, history, and biography, this remarkable book reveals the mysteries of mathematics, focusing on the life and work of three of Albert Einstein’s heroes: Isaac Newton, Michael Faraday, and especially James Clerk Maxwell. Corinne Maier and Anne Simon’s Marx, Freud and Einstein: Heroes of the Mind gets credit for the effort to make learning fun. This is at best a star product, rounded up. The target audience has to /5(8).