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How a great scientist flows with his intellects wrapped in complex mind. Inspiring, but not perfect in writing more academic, unnecessarily long and too uja at times.

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Now, I ,ibro let it go, listening to the movie soundtrack. Sylvia Nasar was born to a German mother and Uzbek father. A very good read. Counter-intuitively, the book suggests he calmed himself by working with computers. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This is not something that often happens in schizophrenic patients, which led some to posit that Nash may not have been schizophrenic, after all. It is a math book.

Una Mente Prodigiosa / A Beautiful Mind (Best Seller) (Spanish Edition) |

The music of the film, by James Horner, has been a fantastic feat; how numbers and equations and solutions I never would have thought a book on a real life person to be more interesting than the fictitious movie the book had inspired.

Apart from the rich setting, I quite enjoyed learning about Nash, and I learned so much more about him than from watching the movie based on this biography naturally. Jun pibro, Travelin rated it really liked it.


What is truly ironic is that Nash’s son suffers from the same condition as his father, but despite advances in pharmaceutical treatment for schizophrenia, his son has not displayed the signs of remission that brought his father back. Though age and mental illness have mellowed him greatly, Nash was an interesting character all through his life and he is, in fact, still alive.

If you want to find out about an awful guy getting an awful disease and ruining the lives of everybody that got close to him, then read the book. Nassar’s book provides a wealth of detail about the maverick Nobel Laureate and a glimpse into his amazing life.

Jan 31, Terran rated it really liked it. It inspired the film by the same name. This book was a lot like wat I would have never gotten through this book if it wasn’t an audiobook. But it is a fascinating and disturbing story. Yna narrator’s voice was so expressionless that she seemingly started new chapters mid-sentence. But keep in mind it’s not a terribly truthful portrayal.

John Forbes Nash, Jr.

A Beautiful Mind

The Phantom was John Nash, one of the most brilliant mathematicians of his generation, who had spiraled into schizophrenia in the s. Tony Fidanza Alan Turing: This leads to the conclusion that Nash is one of the lucky few who experience a near-complete remission after years of illness.

One aspect of this is that rationality of thought imposes a limit on a person’s concept of his relation to the cosmos. What the book reveal to its audience was that this man who suffered manic depression, despite his gifts in logical and problem solving and impressive academic career, is still as human as us. The narrator, by lobro way, one Edward Hermann, was one of the best I’ve heard recently; an unremarkable voice in a way but a reading that was as smooth as silk with absolutely NO annoying mannerisms of speech.


Apparently never really happened in the book or real life, dramatic as the reveal was in sylvka movie. It also gets game theory really, really wrong. Although some parts of the book was deeply personal and it felt invasive knowing about his marriage life and his life with his family, it didn’t let go of the basic human story this book carry.

Perhaps John Nash was the greatest mathematical genius ever born in his times. Nasar makes this all accessible by stitching together many fascinating episodes into one whole narrative, repeatedly using themes of “genius, madness, and awakening.

Then,I had found it is based on a novel. Actually, that was probably true in 8th grade. His insight was that the game [economics: I enjoyed the movie that is loosely based on this book. She is no doubt a wonderful researcher, but includes details so small as to call into question her own sanity, let alone the sanity of her subject.

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