Looks like the title above is popular among physics philosophers and laymen who are interested in QM. I am neither of them by the way, I am a genuine physics student who just got enticed again with QM despite having taken this course some years ago. I would like to know what's so attractive about this book? I also read some formal textbooks like those written by Ballentine and Sakurai, and I would say I have got a grasp of how to work with quantum mechanical problems in mathematical way. Given this situation about me, what will I benefit from having a copy of this book? Thanks.