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Sep 02, Jamie rated it really liked it. One aspect of this is that rationality of thought imposes a limit on a person’s concept of his relation to the cosmos.

This book was a lot like wat I would have never gotten through this book if it wasn’t an audiobook. Un grande esempio di speranza, lotta sylvis determinazione. It was amazing and so painfully cited that although it was an unofficial rendition of the life John Forbes Nash, Jr, it was in fact, more real than ever. Her story of the machinations behind Nash’s Nobel is fascinating and one of very few such accounts nasae in print the CIA could learn a thing or two from the Nobel committees.

Books by Sylvia Nasar. One cannot avoid the temptation of reading the book, after watching the movie; twice. But, I have to admit ,an emotional connection was already there.

A Beautiful Mind

View all 10 comments. I read very few biographies, so I have trouble evaluating this within its field. She also gives a nice look at game theory which is very readable to the layperson. Her husband is economist Darryl McLeod.


A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nasar

If there is ever some reason for my biography to be written, I want Sylvia Nassar to do it. View all 3 comments.

He was “compulsively rational,” and envied the emotionless, considering thinking machines superior to humans. This is one of those books where writing a review was so daunting that I didn’t get to it right away. The music of the film, by James Horner, has been a fantastic feat; how numbers and equations and solutions So even if you’ve seen the movie, I recommend the book; there’s lots more to learn. Epic dialogues and theme. Here’s a guy who constantly belittled those around him, refused to support his illegitimate son in any way, demeaned his wife, harbored jealous grudges against those few who bettered him, periodically erupted in violence when thwarted, and was generally contemptuous of you or anyone like you.

It is a story well worth your time. They have three children and live in Tarrytown, New York. View all 23 comments. Reading about Nash’s early life and the beginning of his career, I couldn’t help but notice that he was always rather an odd duck, even before he became delusional and was diagnosed as schizophrenic.

The movie contrives scenes for the sake of drama and totally glosses over critical aspects of Nash’s life, such as his bisexuality, the ignoble way he treated his first family including an illegitmate son in Boston, or even that whole “math” thing he was so good at.

I’ Where I got the book: Otherwise, it was dull. One can actually see the mind at work of a math genius called Nash and even empathize with his afflictions; his inner struggle. This book was a lot like watching someone else’s home movies. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.


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A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nasar. Make no mistake, John Nash not a lovable person. Perhaps this is the worst phase that any human being could get into leave alone John.

I was thinking of this book again because of the deaths of John and Alicia Nash. Whether menre “ordinary” person would have received such special care is perhaps another issue. Presenting a characterization of schyzophrenia, the author helps in informing the reader about the circumstances under which a spontaneous recovery from his dementing syvia degenerative disease believed to be so rare, became a possibility for John Nash.

He was apparently one of the most brilliant mathematicians of the last century, and his character is made more interesting by the fact that he often went about solving mathematical problems in unique and revolutionary ways that broke new grounds in various fields.

It’s difficult, I guess, because most of what he worked on was extremely abstruse stuff — even to someone who has studied a reasonable amount of mostly applied math.