Nobel laureate Erwin SchrApdinger was one of the most distinguished scientists and philosophers of the twentieth century, and his lectures are legendary. Here the texts of two of SchrApdinger's most famous lecture series are made available again. In the first, entitled qNature and the Greeks, q SchrApdinger offers a historical account of the scientific world picture. In the second, called qScience and Humanism, q he addresses fundamental questions about the link between scientific and spiritual matters. As Roger Penrose confirms, these are the profound thoughts of a great mind, and as relevant today as when they were first published in the 1950s.The text of two series of lectures given by one of the great philosopher-scientists of the century.
|Title||:||'Nature and the Greeks' and 'Science and Humanism'|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1996-08-13|