Albert Einstein – The World As I See It

From The Back Cover

The World As I See It presents Albert Einstein's thoughts on life, on the world about him and on his scientific labors. No other book, either by him or about him, provides so complete a key to the understanding of this distinguished man's personality as the charming, witty, shrewd observations and the intimate revelations of the hart and mind contained in this volume.

Albert Einstein believed in humanity, in a peaceful world of mutual helpfulness and in the high mission of science. This book was intended as a plea for these beliefs. Among Dr. Einstein's topics in The World As I See It are: "Good and Evil", "Religion and Science", "Active Pacifism", "Christianity and Judaism", "Minorities"and "Letter To An Arab".

 

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