Physics: Structure and Meaning
Leon N. CooperPaper: $40.00
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In my teaching at both Cal Tech and Rutgers I find it convenient to refer my students to Cooper because it enables them to become familiar with some of the greatest of human intellectual feats without the need for calculus. Cooper delivers the essence of physics without popularizing, as only a Nobel Laureate can.
--Dr. Bela Julesz, Rutgers University
After a course based on this book the student emerges with a great deal of perspective concerning not only the importance of physics in our continuing intellectual development, but also of its place in our culture.
--Henry Ehrenreich, Harvard University
LEON N. COOPER is Thomas J. Watson, Sr., Professor of Science and Director of the Center for Neural Science at Brown University. He won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1972.