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I used to like and think that Halliday and Resnick was the best, but I've heard it is not really advanced. What honors physics textbook would you recommend or is the one most used out there?
Again, I'm looking for a very specific type of book, which is an advanced one for honors physics classes in college. A huge list of all possible physics books is definitely not what I'm looking for.
i learned physics via Halliday & Resnick in 1971. The concepts covered in it have not become irrelevant since then. If you wish to study physics more advanced than this, you still need to work your way through W&S first.