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I understand that topological quantum field theory is now a 'mathematical' theory but I've discussed about QFT with physicists and it looks nothing like what I've been learning. I want to become a mathematical physicist and I was wondering if someone could give me a book/paper to get some insight in the more physical side of things? I don't know much physics beyond lagrangian mechanics and basic quantum mechanics so maybe this is out of reach. A simple explanation would go a long way too!

Thanks.