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ئەودیوی فیزیا؛ چاوپێکەوتنەکان ‌و گفتۆگۆکان

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  • Title: ئەودیوی فیزیا؛ چاوپێکەوتنەکان ‌و گفتۆگۆکان
  • Author: Werner Heisenberg حوسێن حوسێنی
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  • Page: 305
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  • 2015 1000 1146 2015 2015 1000 1146 2015 Arnold J Pomerans Harper Row World Perspective .

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    1. Ahmed Nagy on said:

      لهذا الكتاب مكانة خاصة عندي . الكاتب هو هايزنبرج . يحكي فيه عن حياته وعلاقته مع الفيزياء كيف بدأ وكيف أصبح فيزيائيا في الكتاب مناقشات هامة مع زملائه وأصدقائه وأساتذته على مدار حياته.تلك المناقشات كانت لها دور كبير في تشكيل فكرهالمناقشات مكتوبة كما تذكرها هايزنبرج وعرضها بأس [...]

    2. Bogdan Raț on said:

      One of the most pleasent surprises I had so far concerning a book, or a scientific book atleast.I wanted to read this book mainly because I thought it would be instructive and heard a lot about him and his uncertainty principle in other books. It was instructive, but in a different way that I expected. Heisenberg really told a great story, not focusing on advanced physics notions but more on it's development in the first part of the 20th century and how difficult was to except the new idea of qu [...]

    3. Lola on said:

      Quelle lecture passionnante !Ce livre est une autobiographie "intellectuelle" de Heisenberg. Il y retrace donc son parcours intellectuel, les grandes réflexions qui l'ont fait avancer. Il s'agit de la première autobiographie de ce type que je lis, et je n'en suis pas déçue ! Certes, il manque des événements que toute personne s’intéressant à la physique connaît : le Nobel en 1932, le cinquième congrès Solvay en 1927. Ce sont des dates clés que Heisenberg n'évoque pas, ou très rap [...]

    4. Thais Oliveira on said:

      This is an amazing book. Heisemberg is one of the scientists right that were right in the middle of the quantum physics revolution. He shares with his the readers the works of scientists, the difficulties they had to overcome, and how those theories took form. But that’s not all. He also renders his unique views of a mad world, consumed by wars and intolerance. And you need no background in physics at all to appreciate it. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read.

    5. Nils on said:

      Großartige Gespräche und Reflexionen. Erst über die Grundlagen der Quantenmechanik, dann eher über die Verantwortung von Wissenschaft im Krieg.

    6. Martin Gustafsson on said:

      One of the most interesting books I've read, booth from a historical and scientific perspective. Heisenberg describes his and his collegues work through what he remembered from their dialogues, which makes the book more interesting, as alternate views are always presented. If you're interested in history, quantum physics and philosophy this book is a must read! Fortunate for me it's translated into swedish: Delen och helheten.

    7. Hoz Kamaran on said:

      The scientific discussions from this book shows us how scientists come up with new ideas and how they share these ideas. based on sharing ideas and cooperation with each other, we can see how did they improve their own theories. No matter whether their works were complementary or contradictory to each other's work, they still respected each other and nerver hated each other. This book is about science, philosophy, politics, and religion.

    8. Ami Iida on said:

      It is written about General relativity theory and the uncertainty principle and breaking Symmetry .You nned not to read it for knowing their summary but if you know their thought , you should read it.

    9. Igor Stojanov on said:

      If you ever wanted to walk and listen to the conversations of some of the greatest physicists of the 20th century then you should definitely read this book. Heisenberg recollects the inception of atomic and quantum theory in Germany, mainly through discussions with Bohr, Schrödinger, Einstein, and others. The timeline of the book is before, during and after the Second World War. It's fascinating to know the reason why Germany didn't develop nuclear bomb during the war is that this group of phys [...]

    10. Peter Reczek on said:

      Great as a historical treatment of early quantum mechanics. Heisenbergs' autobiography in essay form. interesting but somewhat dated.

    11. Erik Graff on said:

      Most of the grownups I knew in childhood had been in WWII, Dad serving in both theatres, Mom and most other relatives having lived in occupied Norway. Further, childhood occurred during the Cold War. Not a day passed from, say, age ten without thoughts of sudden death in an atomic exchange. Concurrently, with intellectual development, first in the sciences, then in the humanities and social sciences, I found myself ever-more at home with German science, German literature and German culture. Inde [...]

    12. Mark Johnson on said:

      This little book of reminiscences by Werner Heisenberg is a treasure. Dr. Heisenberg brings the era between the two world wars to vivid life, and recounts his earnest and wide-ranging conversations with Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, Albert Einstein, Otto Hahn, and many of the other scientists who together groped their way toward what is now called 'quantum mechanics'. The text is non-technical and accessible to the reader with no knowledge of physics. The questions Heisenberg and his colleague [...]

    13. AnaVlădescu on said:

      I did not mark this as abandoned beacuse I dindn't like it, but beacuse when I borrowed it from a relative of mine, he told me I would only be able to read the beginning of it and understand it, and then I should drop it and come back a few years later. Which is exactly what I will do! I think it is too complex for me right now and I still have to understand much more so that when I will read this book again I will be more open to the ideas in it!

    14. Sheila on said:

      This is a good combination of actual events in the Werner's life and conversations he had with other scientists about physics. You get a feeling of how these people think. It's a bit dry in places, but not enough to destroy the books 5-star status.

    15. Eun-kyeong on said:

      하이젠베르크의 자전적 기록을 통해 원자물리학의 역사와 철학적, 사회적 배경을 엿볼 수 있었다. 그가 나눈 대화에 나오는 철학적 논의가 철학자들의 관점에서 얼마나 깊이 있는 것인지는 모르겠으나, 몇몇 물리학자들이 철학에도 조예가 깊었다는 것은 인상 깊다. 2차 세계대전 전후의 독일의 정세를 과학자의 눈을 통해 볼 수 있어 좋았으며, 전반에 걸쳐 그가 묘사한 독일을 [...]

    16. Amir Hesam on said:

      Undoubtedly one of the best book I have ever read. It is more about philosophy rather than physics. Read it on my guarantee you won't regret ir;)

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