If fundamental issues in physics are a concern for those in the field of physics, I also recommend this book.
I had to write this because this was one of those really great books that changed my understanding of something that seems so basic, so obvious, time.
Finally, I have found Chapter 4 the most obscure part of the book, and further thinking and re-reading are necessary.
I have now read 3 of Dr. Reichenbach's books published on Kindle. All three illustrate the author's deep understanding of and appreciation for the modern foundations of physics. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Matthew Rapaport
It has some interesting points in relation to time, some, I found very interesting. Overall it is well explained. Read morePublished on July 12, 2012 by BernardZ
I think it was a good thing that Reichenbach never published the book: if only his wife had not found the manuscript and published it posthumously. Read morePublished on March 30, 2009 by William Melendez