Albert Einstein, Peter Bergmann, and Leopold Infeld, 1938

With colleagues Peter Bergmann and Leopold Infeld, 1938. "For Einstein life is an interesting spectacle," wrote Infeld, "that he views with only slight interest, never torn by the tragic emotions of love or hatred.... The great intensity of Einstein's thought is directed outside toward the world of phenomena."

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