Albert Einstein’s “The World As I See It”


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Uploaded by C0nc0rdance on Mar 24, 2011

I think it’s interesting to read some of how Einstein saw the world he lived in. He addresses societal commitments, ethical ways of living, and religious views.

I’ve trimmed out huge sections of this book-length essay. For the full text, go to Amazon and buy it.

About Troy Loy

I seek to learn through this site and others how to better my ability as a person and my skill at using my reason and understanding to best effect. I do fractal artwork as a hobby, and I'm working to develop it to professional levels, though I've a bit to go till I reach that degree of skill! This is a crazy world we're in, but maybe I can do a little, if only that, to make it a bit more sane than it otherwise would be.

Posted on Thursday, 8:20, March 31, 2011, in Logic & Philosophy and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I believe i have read this book…not really sure but i would recommend you to read Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson. Even though his brilliance for science is unmatched by any other human being apart from Isaac Newton, his views on world peace and politics was quite naive.

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