Can anyone please suggest me the best book in which physics and its development is explained in a philosophical manner??Thanks in advance!!
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AdamRedwine was correct in that asking for 'the best' book concerning physics that incorporates philosophy is a too broad a question. However, I do have a suggestion that may be good depending on the more esoteric details of your interests: "A brief history of time" by Stephen Hawking; it's a classic. It has several parts that discuss the history of physics, and is undoubtedly presented in a philosophical manner (unless you view philosophy solely as speculation that is eventually answered by objective and empirical scientific testing). However, it does not describe ALL topics regarding physics but is nevertheless an interesting 'physics' book.