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So why are scientists worried? Belief Posing as Theory. As evolution takes a beating, scientists remind us of the difference between fact, theory and belief. Anti-evolution Attacks on the Rise. Each time the effort to introduce creationism into classrooms starts up again, so does legislation aimed against evolution.

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Photo taken by Susie Holderfield. If one has the time, there is really a lot to be gained by carefully studying this book. A big part of the book is geared toward developing in detail the mathematics of the Quantum Theory. This is a good thing because in my experience most QM books are too eager to "get to the physics".

It is true that you can get by with a superficial understanding of functional analysis and still do QM, but this book will give you an immensely deeper understanding of the underlying structure of the theory. In particular, the treatment of Green's functions and integral equations is good.

There is chapter on Group Theory and it's uses in QM. Also is a chapter on Complex analysis, although it is a wise idea to read a book entirely devoted to this subject. Overall, I like this book very much. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Format: Paperback The first chapter on vector analysis from the component view is the best treatment of the subject I've seen anywhere.

Now that i've had some more physics, i've been going through some of the other chapters. The treatment of each subject is framed in a way that makes immediate application to physics natural and intuitive. However, while the level of rigor falls somewhat short of many pure math analysis textbooks ex: lebesque integration is discussed qualitatively, whereas ideally one would have studied measure theory and lebesque integration before hilbert spaces and other topics , the author does a good job of giving appropriate mathematical caveats this book in my opinion strikes an excellent balance of practicality without sacrificing rigor.

I think this makes the book useful for physicists who would like a rigorous intro to the math without getting bogged down in relatively unappliable mathematical constructs. Overall, this book is a must.

I'd recommend the book early as soon as one's taken multivariable calculus. There won't be any math in any physics course that you won't feel comfortable with after you've read through this book. If you are an undergraduate student taking a physics class, this book will be of no use to you.

I recommend that anyone interested in purchasing this book have a somewhat decent amount of mathematical background. If, though, you have this background, then this book is may just be for you. It is concise, to the point and presents a clear and well written discussion of mathematical physics. I just felt that before you dive, head first, into the world of mathematical physics, somebody needed to warn you about what you were getting yourself into. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase If you are like so me, you have spent years torturing yourself with horrific books like Matthews and Walker or Arfken.

But almost by accident I came across this absolute gem, this masterpiece of balance between rigor and informality. The book presents mathematical physics on a level that is exactly at the level of graduate physics. The notation, the viewpoint and the emphasis are exactly what you need to master just about all the mathematics in graduate physics. This is all done not as Afken or Matthews and Walker do it, by slapping together hodgepodges of this and that into a cookbook, but by unifying mathematical physics into a beautiful tapestry, with the underlying fabric of linear vector spaces. This book would be worth it if the price were 10 times more than it is.

Format: Paperback This book has in-depth info on some of the topics that get less attention than they deserve in other physics texts, such as integral equations and hilbert space. The section on tensors is one of the clearest I've ever read. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase This book gives an excellent coverage of mathematical physics from the standpoint of a vector space.

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It takes all of the mathematics that would normally be spread out over many courses and brings it together in one book. The treatment given here is concise and complete. It is well written and easy to follow unlike some texts. As other reviewers have said, this book is for advanced students. People with a strong mathematical background should gain a lot from this book. Undergraduates would probably find most of this book too hard. However, because this book is so good, undergraduates with an interest in mathematical physics could also gain a lot from this book. Coming from Dover this book is not only very good, it is very cheap, which makes it extremely good value.

I highly recommend it. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase If you're tired of reading descriptive physics like Paul Davies' books and want to be able to read the original papers and follow the math, this is the book. It presumes a strong undergraduate math background in some areas but the explanations are clear and the proofs are easy to follow.

If you want to read quantum physics, the chapters on vectors and operators will give you the math foundations. See all 35 customer reviews newest first.