Walter Isaacson

Einstein was no Einstein when he was a kid.

Walter Isaacson Distinguished Fellow, The Aspen Institute; Professor of History, Tulan...
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Einstein's Creativity (Rebroadcast)

Einstein's Creativity (Rebroadcast)

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Albert Einstein was no Einstein when he was a kid. He was slow to talk and was even dubbed “the dopey one.” But, Einstein said, slow development gave him time to wonder about things most people don’t spend time on and as a result, his imagination flourished. In this rebroadcast, Aspen Institute President and Einstein biographer Walter Isaacson delves into the source of Einstein’s creativity. Where did it come from? How was it reflected in his life? And what can we learn from it?

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