By Roger Penrose

This quantity introduces and systematically develops the calculus of 2-spinors. this is often the 1st special exposition of this method which leads not just to a deeper knowing of the constitution of space-time, but in addition offers shortcuts to a few very tedious calculations. Many effects are given the following for the 1st time.

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