Table of contents for The trouble with physics : the rise of string theory, the fall of a science, and what comes next / Lee Smolin.

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Contents
Introduction
Part I: The Unfinished Revolution
1: The Five Great Problems in Theoretical Physics
2: The Beauty Myth
3: The World as Geometry
4: Unification Becomes a Science
5: From Unification to Super-Unification
6: Quantum Gravity
Part II: A Brief History of String Theory
7: Preparing for a Revolution
8: The First Superstring Revolution
9: Revolution Number Two
10: A Theory of Anything
11: Experimental Evidence for String Theory?
12: What String Theory Explains
Part III: Beyond String Theory
13: Surprises from the Real World
14: Building on Einstein
15: Physics After String Theory
Part IV: Learning from Experience
16: You Can't Fight Sociology
17: What Is Science?
18: How Science Works
19: How Science Really Works
20: Saving Science
Glossary
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Physics -- Methodology -- History -- 20th century.
String models.