At the peak of his career, maverick genius Richard Feynman gave three public lectures addressing the questions that most inspired and troubled him. What is science and what is true value? Can scientific views be reconciled with religious beliefs? What is the value of doubt? Left undisturbed among his papers for decades, the texts of these passionate and entertaining lectures only recently came to light.
'Entertaining and thought-provoking, all in the great man's inimitable voice... From politics to religion to UFOs, Feynman argues that all areas could benefit from a healthy-dose of the scepticism that is so central to the process of doing science.'
Marcus Chown, New Scientist