Interactions

Mathematics, Physics and Philosophy, 1860–1930

ISBN: 978-1-4020-5194-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-5195-1 (Online)

Table of contents (10 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIV

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    Pages 1-44

    Kant, Helmholtz and the Determinacy of Physical Notes

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    Pages 45-64

    A Mechanical Image: Heinrich Hertz's Principles of Mechanics

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    Pages 65-134

    From Classical to Relativistic Mechanics: Electromagnetic Models of the Electron

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    Pages 135-154

    Enriques: Popularising Science and the Problems of Geometry

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    Pages 155-184

    Hilbert's Axiomatic Approach to the Foundations of Science—A Failed Research Program?

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    Pages 185-206

    The Space between Helmholtz and Einstein: Moritz Schlick on Spatial Intuition and the Foundations of Geometry

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    Pages 207-230

    Mathematical Structure, “World Structure,” and the Philosophical Turning-Point in Modern Physics

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    Pages 231-280

    Einstein's Allies and Enemies: Debating Relativity in Germany, 1916–1920

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    Pages 281-306

    The Changing Concept of Matter in H.Weyl's Thought, 1918–1930

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    Pages 307-320

    Why Does the Standard Measure Work in Statistical Mechanics?

  12. Back Matter

    Pages 321-326