Early education and family background; Harvard University (1895-1900) mathematics and physics courses and teacher including Wallace Sabin; Yale Uni
Family background, education, and emergence of scientific orientation.
Interview covers the development of several branches of theoretical physics from the 1930s through the 1960s; the most extensive discussions deal w
Interview focusses on early life in Vienna, family and religion; atmosphere in Vienna in early 1930s; growth of interest in mathematical physics; a
Discussions with Krishnamurti; development of implicate order; student Donald Schumacher interested in Niels Bohr; Niels Bohr’s theories on quantum