The Development of the Space-Time View of Quantum Electrodynamics.
Nobel Lecture 1965. Preprint.
The rare offprint of Feynman’s 1965 Nobel Lecture, in which Feynman humorously explains “the sequence of events, really the sequence of ideas, which occurred, and by which I finally came out the other end with an unsolved problem for which I ultimately received a prize”. OCLC records only 6 institutional copies, and none appear in auction records.
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20 page pamphlet, staple bound. Original reddish-brown wrappers, titles to upper wrapper in black and white. Edge of upper wrapper slightly faded, some minor rubbing along extremities. Excellent condition.