These lectures by Richard P. Feynman were meant for physics students, as opposed to the general public.
Feynman in many ways is very terse, assuming that the student understands many applications of each concept that was explained only a single time.
It will take some time to finish them all, but having read what I have, I can honestly say this has been perhaps my best investment so far.
I really like Feynman's creative writing in physics. However, the sleeve containing all 3 volumes was noticeably damaged, and I bought this book new. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tash
Volume 1 does a bit of everything, at an introductory level, meaning a bit of special relativity, a bit of heat (thermodynamics etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph Malkoun
Well written in a very readable style. These lectures are legendary and with good reason.Published 1 month ago by charles semonsky