The New Quotable Einstein
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The New Quotable Einstein

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For the first time in paperback, here is a newly expanded edition of the best-selling book that was hailed as "setting a new standard" for quotation books. Tens of thousands of readers have enjoyed "The Quotable Einstein" and "The Expanded Quotable Einstein," with translations into twenty-two languages. This updated edition--which appears on the 100th anniversary of Einste...more
Paperback, 407 pages
Published March 14th 2005 by Princeton University Press (first published 2005)
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Nancy
I've never read a quote book cover to cover before, but this was a fine way to get an idea of Einstein's views on a range of subjects.
Nia
Ternyata, Einstein juga punya sisi romantis :)
Quote yang berkesan bagi saya adalah tentang keingintahuan 'Jangan pernah kehilangan rasa ingin tahu yang suci itu.'
Mel
Nov 26, 2008 Mel added it
baru dibeli. terjemahan.
jika tidak kebetulan kali ini mau buka2 halamannya [kebetulan sedang tidak bersampul plastik], saya mungkin akan melewatkannya lagi. cover dan judulnya [dibanding versi asli] kurang saya sukai soalnya. judulnya menjadi : 'einstein juga manusia - kumpulan pendapat einstein tentang segala hal'
*langsung merasa si penterjemah judul jangan2 fans band seurieus*
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Alison
Not really the sort of book you sit down and read cover to cover, but an invaluable resource for the occasional Einstein quote.
Yonghong
This is the base of every piece of modern physics. Thanks to Einstein, or we will not have it so soon.
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G o o d !
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