Hassle free returns Free shipping
Browse The StoreBest SellersSpecialsNew ArrivalsRecently ReviewedAdv. SearchCheckout
Shopping Cart The cart is empty.
Call UsQuestions? Call us at 63-917-9721831 Register or LoginRegister or Login CheckoutCheckout Contact UsContact Us HomeHome

Browse by Category

 Books: Fiction
 Books: Non-Fiction
 Books: Philippine Publ...
  Books: Signed, Rare, L...
  Comics, Graphic Novels...
  Field Notes
 Moleskine Notebooks
  Novelty, Gift Items
  Avalon.ph Gift Certifi...
  Hall of Fame Sold

Recently Viewed...

Genius: The Life an...
Clear List

Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman by Gleick

Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman by Gleick
Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman by Gleick
SKU: 2210415
"The life story of one of the century's most brilliant and unusual thinkers... superbly researched and well written." - Chicago Sun-Times More details...
You can earn 20 Gems on this product!
List Price: P750.00
Price: P280.00
You Save: P470.00 (63%)
Availability: Currently Out of Stock
Save to my Wish List
Previous Item   Next Item
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman by Gleick is currently not available, but we thought you might be interested in these related items:

The Meaning of It All by Richard Feynman

Price P400.00

Product Details
Format: Trade paperback

Condition: vg- condition, minor shelf wear, light fold on back cover

Size: 5.25"x8.0"

Pages: 520pp, 1993 edition

"A rare, jewel-like biography... terrifically readable. It achieves an almost perfect balance between the physicist's work and his life.. Gleick is a consummate craftsman."- Washington Post Book World

To his colleagues, Richard Feynman was not so much a genius as he was a full-blown magician: someone who "does things that nobody else could do and that seem completely unexpected." The path he cleared for 20th century physics led from making of the atomic bomb to a Nobel Prize- winning theory of quantum electrodynamics to his devastating expose of the Challenger space shuttle disaster. At the same time, the ebullient Feynman established a reputation as an eccentric showman, a master safe cracker and bongo player, and a wizard of seduction.

Now James Gleick, author of the bestselling Chaos, unravels the dense skein of Feynman's thought as well as the paradoxes of his character in a biography- w/c was nominated for a National Book Award- of outstanding lucidity and compassion.

Product Reviews

Write your own review


Rate this product: 1 2 3 4 5 

Avalon.ph - Batasan Hills,, Quezon City, MM 1126, PH
PCI Compliance: this store uses PA-DSS validated shopping cart software