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I am searching for a complete and comprehensive book for QFT. What is, in your opinion, a good one?
This post imported from StackExchange Physics at 2014-03-24 04:51 (UCT), posted by SE-user Andrea Amoretti
Anthony Zee's book QFT in a Nutshell is remarkably complete, and yet rather small. It provides a good intro to the subject.
A complete, thorough and good book is Steven Weinberg's 3-volume opus on QFT. It is perhaps too complete for beginners.
A list of recommendations:
Note: This answer is not the contribution of the user referenced below. Instead, the only contribution of the user below was to delete the answers that mentioned these sources, compile them, and post it on his own with a note that the recommendations are not his on the source site of this post.
This post imported from StackExchange Physics at 2014-03-24 04:51 (UCT), posted by SE-user Manishearth
@ArnoldNeumaier It's good that you removed the note that such answers are inappropriate, as they are definitely appropriate on PhysicsOverflow.
However, I think you shouldn't have remove the note that it is compiled from previous answers, or the answerer is getting undue credit for something which isn't his work.
sorry for having deleted too much.
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