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Ideas and Opinions Summary
Albert Einstein

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Ideas and Opinions Summary

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Ideas and Opinions presents the famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein's observations on the development of his academic discipline and also his views on such diverse social topics as freedom, religion, education, politics, government, pacifism, disarmament, the fate of the Jewish people, Nazi Germany, and the likelihood of nuclear holocaust.

When writing about he humanities, Einstein is modest about his fame but happy to share his views on disarmament, art and science, and the abuse invited by wealth. Technology gives people enough material security to develop their personalities. Following orders does not cancel responsibility for evil. Everyone should be free to develop intellectually and artistically. Religion must concentrate on moral action. When science and religion respect one another's boundaries, no conflict is possible. Moralizing in school is useless; pupils are motivated by a love of truth.

The Great Depression as a crisis differs from earlier ones because unchecked technology...

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