# The Feynman Lectures on Physics by Richard P. Feynman

## Mainly Mechanics, Radiation, and Heat

This book is a comprehensive collection of lectures on physics by a renowned physicist, covering everything from classical mechanics to quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, and statistical mechanics. These lectures, designed to be accessible to those without a deep background in the subject, offer a unique and insightful perspective on the fundamental principles of physics, combining rigorous scientific explanation with engaging anecdotes and analogies. The book is widely regarded as an essential resource for anyone interested in or studying the field of physics.

### The 856th greatest book of all time

- Published
- 1963
- Nationality
- American
- Type
- Nonfiction
- Pages
- approximately 1500-1600 pages across all volumes
- Words
- Unknown
- Original Language
- English
- Alternate Titles
- None

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### This book is on the following 5 lists:

- 20th on 25 Greatest Science Books of All Time (Discover Magazine)
- 34th on The 100 Best Non-Fiction Books of the Century (National Review)
- 88th on The Modern Library | 100 Best Nonfiction (The Modern Library)
- 100 Major Works of Modern Creative Nonfiction (ThoughtCo)
- Bill Gate's Book Recommendations (Bill Gates)