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nervousring

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I want to learn physics from textbooks. I know basics of Trigonometry. I went through a third of Kline's calculus and found it doable and enjoyable. I also tried Spivak. While the lessons seem to make sense, the "proof this and this" leaves me a little stumped as to where I should start from.

susanrigetti.com has a famous blog post "So you want to learn physics?" and I've often seen people disagreeing with particular books but not presenting their own comprehensive lists. So to keep this thread short in case it is not good for this forum, I'll want to know if it is a "good enough" list. If not, please let me know the books I should go through, starting from a good calculus book I think, to understanding graduate level physics.

Thanks