From the cutting room floor, listen to clips from our interviews with Freeman Dyson and Paul Davies that we couldn't fit into the radio program.
Part two of this series delves into Einstein's Jewish identity, his passionate engagement around issues of war and race, and modern extensions of his ethical and scientific perspectives.
Experience Einstein in his own words through these selected writings from his essays and correspondence.
» Manifesto to the Europeans (1914)
» My Opinion on the War (1915)
» Religion and Science (1930)
» The World As I See It (1931)
» On the Disarmament Conference (1931)
» Science and Religion (1940)
» The Negro Question (1946)
» The Einstein-Russell Manifesto (1955)
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is a theoretical physicist and Professor Emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. He has published many scientific papers and written many books, including Disturbing the Universe.
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Part one of this series takes Einstein's science as a starting point for exploring the great physicist's perspective on ideas such as mystery, eternity, and the mind of God.