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Associate Professor of Philosophy
Gimbel most recently wrote a book entitled Einstein’s Jewish Science: Physics at the Intersection of Politics and Religion. It explains Einstein’s work for the layman and examines the historical, political, and religious context from which it – and other theories of space, time and gravitation – emerged.
Expertise: Einstein’s theory of relativity, the nature of scientific evidence