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Not at all the same subject, I realize, but A Brief History of Time has a special place in the category of "books I have read but did not understand".

My take on that book was different, I understood it but I didn't think it went far enough. I found a book by Einstein that purported to explain General Relativity to a "non specialist" reader, hoping that would clear things up, but it went right over my head.
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My take on that book was different, I understood it but I didn't think it went far enough. I found a book by Einstein that purported to explain General Relativity to a "non specialist" reader, hoping that would clear things up, but it went right over my head.

What do you think of Feynman's lectures?
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My take on that book was different, I understood it but I didn't think it went far enough. I found a book by Einstein that purported to explain General Relativity to a "non specialist" reader, hoping that would clear things up, but it went right over my head.

Your math must be better than mine.
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Bataille? Why not De Sade?
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