I'm gonna start studying some more advanced than introductory quantum mechanics. I partially studied Classical Electrodynamics from Schwinger's book and I totally loved it, so I was thinking about going on with the same guy. Now After studying quantum mechanics from Griffiths I'd like something more advanced, is Schwinger's Quantum kinematics and dynamics a good way to continue the study of QM? I read the table of contents and it looks like it is a very complete book, but before buying and studying from it I'd like a comparison between the Schwinger and other more standard textbooks you may know. Some key questions you may answer are about stuff I cant't guess from the table of contents, for example:
- Is Schwinger out of date?
- Is it self contained?
- Is it "physical enough" while not lacking in formality?
But feel free to tell me any good features or defects of the book you may have encountered.
Thank you in advance for any answer.