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Biographical Note | ||
Introduction to the Modern Library Science Series | ||
Science and Hypothesis | ||
Pt. I | Number and Magnitude | 7 |
Ch. I | On the Nature of Mathematical Reasoning | 9 |
Ch. II | Mathematical Magnitude and Experiment | 20 |
Pt. II | Space | 33 |
Ch. III | Non-Euclidean Geometries | 35 |
Ch. IV | Space and Geometry | 46 |
Ch. V | Experiment and Geometry | 60 |
Pt. III | Force | 71 |
Ch. VI | The Classical Mechanics | 73 |
Ch. VII | Relative and Absolute Motion | 87 |
Ch. VIII | Energy and Thermo-Dynamics | 95 |
Pt. IV | Nature | 107 |
Ch. IX | Hypotheses in Physics | 109 |
Ch. X | The Theories of Modern Physics | 122 |
Ch. XI | The Calculus of Probabilities | 137 |
Ch. XII | Optics and Electricity | 155 |
Ch. XIII | Electro-Dynamics | 165 |
The Value of Science | ||
Pt. I | The Mathematical Sciences | 195 |
Ch. I | Intuition and Logic in Mathematics | 197 |
Ch. II | The Measure of Time | 210 |
Ch. III | The Notion of Space | 223 |
Ch. IV | Space and Its Three Dimensions | 245 |
Pt. II | The Physical Sciences | 269 |
Ch. V | Analysis and Physics | 271 |
Ch. VI | Astronomy | 282 |
Ch. VII | The History of Mathematical Physics | 290 |
Ch. VIII | The Present Crisis of Mathematical Physics | 296 |
Ch. IX | The Future of Mathematical Physics | 308 |
Pt. III | The Objective Value of Science | 315 |
Ch. X | Is Science Artificial? | 317 |
Ch. XI | Science and Reality | 337 |
Science and Method | ||
Pt. I | The Scientist and Science | 361 |
Ch. I | The Selection of Facts | 363 |
Ch. II | The Future of Mathematics | 371 |
Ch. III | Mathematical Discovery | 387 |
Ch. IV | Chance | 401 |
Pt. II | Mathematical Reasoning | 421 |
Ch. I | The Relativity of Space | 423 |
Ch. II | Mathematical Definitions and Education | 441 |
Ch. III | Mathematics and Logic | 460 |
Ch. IV | The New Logics | 473 |
Ch. V | The Last Efforts of the Logisticians | 486 |
Pt. III | The New Mechanics | 501 |
Ch. I | Mechanics and Radium | 503 |
Ch. II | Mechanics and Optics | 514 |
Ch. III | The New Mechanics and Astronomy | 530 |
Pt. IV | Astronomical Science | 543 |
Ch. I | The Milky Way and the Theory of Gases | 545 |
Ch. II | French Geodesy | 558 |
General Conclusions | 569 | |
Index | 573 |
Anonymous
Posted April 23, 2002
numbers and letters are secondary to ( original thinking )
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