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This was recommended to me for some studies in QM, but I cannot pass the recommendation on.

My impression is that Feynmann has difficulty finding the core of the point he is trying to make. Often his examples are terribly complicated, and I'm afraid the main point is lost. As to physical explanation, I find he launches immediately into manipulation of formulas, which themselves are not germane to the physical processes. The book gives the feeling of having been written in a hurry, and really lacks polish.
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HASH(0xa32656d4) von 5 Sternen If you liked volumes I and II of the Lectures... 28. Juli 2010
Von Atul Sharma - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Feynman Lectures deserve their status as classics, bringing novel insights and clarity even to topics that one would think ancient and musty (e.g. his exposition of radio waves). I'm not sure I would recommend them as undergraduate texts, since there may be too much wizardry where the solutions depend on deep insights or unexpected symmetries, with perhaps too few examples of brute calculation and no exercises to be worked by the student. However, they are unsurpassed when used to supplement the usual treatments or just to appreciate the beauty of the subject. For some reason, I never had the same feeling toward Volume III (Quantum Mechanics). In part, I think this is because he was trying too hard to reconcile the usual Schroedinger description with his own version of Quantum Mechanics, namely the least action/ path integral approach used in this text. Without the same constraint here (although he does very elegantly derive the wave equation from the least action principle), I experienced the same sense of wonder and awe that I felt from his earlier treatment of mechanics and electricity/magnetism. Although it's only my personal opinion, I would recommend this as the true successor to volumes I and II of the Lectures.
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HASH(0x9887ff18) von 5 Sternen A must have for anyone interested in Particle Physics or String Theory 10. Juli 2010
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It is a gospel for all physics students that this masterpiece is finally available as a Dover edition. Written by Feynman himself, this book explains the path integral approach to quantum mechanics in a way that is understandable to every beginning quantum mechanic. Path integrals are integral (sorry, bad English) to the study of quantum field theory and string theory, and you must be a master at it if you would like to work in either of these fields. Purchase this book at once and start working!
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HASH(0x97ef2fc0) von 5 Sternen Return of a classic 15. August 2010
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It is wonderful to see this extraordinary work back in print, especially in this attractive low cost Dover edition. As an added bonus, the myriad misprints that plagued the original 1965 printing (and caused me such grief when I first read it in high school) have been corrected.

The path integral approach, so clearly explained in this volume, derived from Feynman's graduate research at Princeton where he applied variational principles to quantum mechanics. This, in turn, was motivated by a seminal 1932 paper of Dirac.

At the time, the formalism appeared to provide only an elegant means of deriving the wave equation without achieving any new results. But elegant mathematics always seems to have a way of finding application in physics. Just look at how formerly "obscure" topics like Lie algebras and differential geometry have become part of the essential language of particle physics. And path integral methods have proved useful in fields ranging from quantum electrodynamics to acoustic propagation.

Like all of Feynman's works, this text combines sound, if unconventional, mathematics with remarkable physical insight. There is still no better introduction to the topics treated here. This book is required reading for anyone wishing to understand quantum mechanics (at least in so far as anyone can understand quantum mechanics) and who intends to pursue more advanced topics.

Heartily recommended!
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HASH(0x97ecda14) von 5 Sternen An absolutely wonderful book about a fascinating topic 18. März 2012
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This fascinating book, written by the Nobel-prize winner Richard Feynman himself, is a deep and easy-to-grasp introduction(for those with a background in Calculus) to the bizzare ideas that come out of modern science. It explains, in clear and entertaining prose, the famous theory of Path Integration. For every person with a background in Calculus who would like to learn some of the most surpising insights that come out of modern science, I recommend this book.
The idea of path integration is simple. It supposes that whenever an object moves from one location to another, it, in a sense, "traces" out all possible paths between the locations. To determine how the object moves, we must consider contributions from all these paths. Feynman explains in this book, with an easy-to-understand writing style, how to perform such integrals, with an eye to practical problems.
Feynman's path integral approach to quantum theory, which he uses in this book, has a vast number of advantages over the Shrodinger Approach, which is used in standard quantum textbooks. For one thing, Feynman's approach is based on only two extremely simple postulates, while the Shrodinger approach is based on a relatively complex equation. Furthermore, Feynman's approach gets students thinking about what Quantum Mechanics actually means, while the Shrodinger approach involves less thinking and more calculation. Feynman's book and his theory encourage students to look at the foundations of quantum theory,and not just the actual calculations.
I am not joking here: this book deserves to be among the classic pieces of literature from the twentieth century. It is such a groundbreaking book because it reveals a deep, bizzare, and counter-intuitive world at the basis of all reality. Every college student should read this to grasp how amazing the universe is.
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HASH(0x98a6530c) von 5 Sternen The best text for getting into Quantum Mechanics. 28. Oktober 2013
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I've tried a few texts on this subject but never felt satisfied. The standard treatments are very mathematical and non-physical.

No one could explain things like Feynman. He was unique. You need a pretty solid background in classical mechanics and mathematics, and some effort is needed, but this book is well worth the effort.
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