2015 is the year of two important cultural ephemerides: 100 years since Einstein’s first publication on general relativity and 400 since the publication of the second part of the Quixote. A scientific episode as important as the one involving Einstein’s theories necessarily has a humanist interpretation. Science and the humanities are not in vain two sides of the same reality. It is the intention of this book to show that in general relativity those two sides of culture are as interrelated as the delirious face that traditionally has been assigned to Don Quixote and the icon of modernity that is Einstein with his long hair.

  • Book Details

  • Number Of Pages:   400
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN - Critica, 2015
  • Book Link:   Click Here
  • Editorial:   Critica

Other Books By This Author