Introduced by Roger Penrose
The essential guide to one of the most fundamental discoveries of modern science.
In 1905 Albert Einstein published the most famous equation of all time, E=mc², and man’s understanding of the universe was transformed. But how many of us know what Einstein’s theories of relativity actually mean in terms of the world in which we live? Fortunately, Einstein’s inestimable genius extended to an ability to present his ideas cogently. Written in the hope that it would ‘provide a few happy hours of suggestive thought’, Relativity is a surprisingly accessible work, and the essential guide to one of the most fundamental discoveries of modern science.
Bound in Kephera, printed and blocked in holographic foil with a design by Jonathan Kitchen
Set in Palatino
9¼˝ x 5¼˝