The Nobel Prize winner offers “an ideal introduction to the theories of special and general relativity” in clear, comprehensible language(Nature).
A renowned mathematician and philosopher, and as well as recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Bertrand Russell was acclaimed for his ability to address complex subjects in accessible ways. In this classic reference book, Russell delves into physics and relativity, helping everyday readers grasp the genius and implications of Albert Einstein’s theory. When originally published in 1925, The ABC of Relativity brought science to a more general audience—and it continues to do so in the twenty-first century.
“A mind of dazzling brilliance.” —The New York Times