"How did you make the leap from Physics to Dignity?" This question arises at every Robert Fuller talk. Belonging traces Fuller’s personal evolution and suggests that taking one’s questions seriously will lead to a life of meaning and purpose. Accompany Fuller as he meets with “somebodies” like Robert Oppenheimer, Indira Gandhi, Mikhail Gorbachev, David Bowie, John Denver, and President Jimmy Carter, and share in the wisdom he finds in people whom the world writes off as “nobodies.” Belonging shows how transformative quests await anyone willing to learn from somebodies and nobodies alike.
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Robert Fuller is a physicist, a former president of Oberlin College, and a leader of the dignity movement to overcome rankism. In a multi-faceted career, he has co-authored the bestseller Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics, advised the Carter administration's Commission on World Hunger, worked in the USSR to defuse the Cold War, and keynoted a Dignity for All conference hosted by the president of Bangladesh. Fuller's books have been published in India, Bangladesh, China, and Korea, covered on NPR and the BBC, and featured in the New York Times and Oprah Magazine. His recent works include Somebodies and Nobodies, All Rise, and The Rowan Tree: A Novel.
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