My new book Einstein’s Pathway to the Special Theory of Relativity (2nd Edition) is coming out in August 2017.
My new book is a comprehensive monograph on Albert Einstein’s Odyssey to Special and General Relativity.
It is the second edition of my first book, Einstein’s Pathway to the Special Theory of Relativity:
The book brings together the most recent studies regarding the discovery of Special Relativity between 1895 and 1905 and pertaining to the genesis of General Relativity between 1905 and 1918.
The book encompasses an in-depth historiographical analysis of Einstein’s theory of relativity and Einstein’s own derivations and philosophical perspectives of Einstein’s work.
The first chapter provides a narrative of Einstein’s early life until 1914 without resorting to hagiography.
The second chapter discusses Fin de siècle physics.
The third chapter deals with Einstein’s path to the Special Theory of Relativity and Henri Poincaré’s Dynamics of the Electron.
The fourth chapter focuses on the genesis of the General Theory of Relativity from 1905 until approximately 1922.
The fifth chapter centralizes on Einstein’s methodology and creativity, and on Poincaré’s philosophy.
The final chapter analyzes the sources.
The book is 660 pages long, a comprehensive study of Einstein’s discovery of special and general relativity and of Einstein’s cosmology.
I drew the cover of the book.
Einstein loved sailing and he owned a sailboat, which he called Tümmler (porpoise).
The cover of my new book Einstein’s Pathway to the Special Theory of Relativity (2nd Edition) shows Einstein, the young patent clerk wearing the patent office suit, the young man and the sea.