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Important text represents a concise course on the subject, centering on the historic development of the basic ideals and the logical structure of the theory, with particular emphasis on Brownian motion and quantum statistics. Alone or as part of the complete set, this volume represents a peerless resource.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published August 2nd 2000 by Dover Publications (first published 1977)
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This is one of those treasured physics books which read like a novel, a rather interactive one, where you have to walk with the author, trying to understand not only the characters in the story and their motives, but also the author's intentions of taking you on this particular adventure. I experienced moments of pure adrenalin and felt the growing need to find out how the book ends.

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Pauli was born in Vienna to a chemist Wolfgang Joseph Pauli (né Wolf Pascheles, 1869–1955) and his wife Bertha Camilla Schütz; his sister was Hertha Pauli, the writer and actress. Pauli's middle name was given in honor of his godfather, physicist Ernst Mach. Pauli's paternal grandparents were from prominent Jewish families of Prague; his great-grandfather was the Jewish publisher Wolf Pascheles. P ...more