Murray Gell-Mann was an American physicist (1929-2019), best known for his work on the classification of elementary particles and their interactions.
Introducing the quark model/quantum chromodynamics:
On grand unified theories, naturalness, D=4 N=8 supergravity, superstring theory:
Murray Gell-Mann, introductory talk at Shelter Island II, 1983 (pdf)
in: Shelter Island II: Proceedings of the 1983 Shelter Island Conference on Quantum Field Theory and the Fundamental Problems of Physics. MIT Press. pp. 301–343. ISBN 0-262-10031-2.
Murray Gell-Mann, Pierre Ramond, Richard Slansky, Complex Spinors and Unified Theories, Supergravity, Peter van Nieuwenhuizen and D.Z. Freedman, eds, North Holland Publishing Co, 1979, (reprinted as arXiv:1306.4669)
A philosophical account of the nature of the universe, responding to some lines of Isaac Newton, is in
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