What Do YOU Care What Other People Think?: Further Adventures of a Curious Character Characters

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Richard P. Feynman

Richard P. Feynman, the author of What Do You Care What Other People Think?: Further Adventures of A Curious Character is a world-renowned Physicist and Nobel Laureate. Additionally, Feynman is an author of several other books about his life and experiences.

Life begins for Richard with a father who is eternally curious. Although Richard's father is apparently not at the intellectual level of his gifted son, he is uniquely curious. He does not look at anything in a conventional manner. For example, when he takes Richard on nature walks, he teaches his son to look at the behavior of animals rather than what humans have named them. He teaches his son the fundamentals of mathematics by placing small, different-colored tiles in Richard's high chair tray in patterns that provide numeric basics. His father teaches him to never look at anything the way others tell him...

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