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Given Albert Einstein's explicit pacifism, what do you think would have been his reaction after the atomic bombs, made possible with his theories, were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the United States at the end of World War II?

What do you suppose Albert Einstein would think of the situation today in the Middle East as a supporter of the creation of Israel and as an idealist who hoped for peaceful relations between Arabs and Jews?

In his letter to Sigmund Freud, Einstein asks the psychiatrist to support efforts for disarmament. Although there is no indication in Einstein's book of any response from the Viennese physician, what do you imagine would have been Freud's reply?

Einstein states his belief in a sort of Old Testament spirituality that captures the awe and sense of wonder that ancient peoples felt at the world and universe...

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