Everyone is beginner when the field is new, and there is value in tutorials written by beginners.

For example, Ciro Santilli felt it shocking how direct and satisfying Richard Feynman's scientific vulgarization of quantum electrodynamics were, e.g. at: Richard Feynman Quantum Electrodynamics Lecture at University of Auckland (1979), and that if he had just assumed minimal knowledge of mathematics, he was about to give a full satisfactory picture in just a few hours.

The same also applies to early original papers of the field, as notably put forward by Ron Maimon.

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