Hans Reichenbach (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
436
Utgivningsdatum
1978-12-01
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1978
Förlag
Kluwer Academic Publishers
Översättare
Elizabeth Hughes Schneewind
Originalspråk
German
Medarbetare
Reichenbach, Maria (ed.), Cohen, Robert S. (ed.)
Illustrationer
XI, 436 p.
Volymtitel
Volume Two
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9789027709103
Hans Reichenbach (häftad)

Hans Reichenbach

Selected Writings 1909-1953 Volume Two

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V / Philosophy of Physics.- 44. The Present State of the Discussion on Relativity (1922).- 45. The Theory of Motion According to Newton, Leibniz, and Huyghens (1924).- 46. The Relativistic Theory of Time (1924).- 47. The Causal Structure of the World and the Difference between Past and Future (1925).- 48. The Aims and Methods of Physical Knowledge (1929).- (a) The General Theory of Physical Knowledge:.- 1. The Value of Physical Knowledge.- 2. Demarcation between Physics and the Other Natural Sciences.- 3. Physics and Technology.- 4. Physics and Mathematics.- 5. Perception.- 6. The Problem of Reality.- 7. Probability Inference.- 8. The Physical Concept of Truth.- 9. Physical Fact.- 10. Physical Definition.- 11. The Criterion of Simplicity.- 12. The Goal of Physical Knowledge.- (b) Empiricism and Theory in the Individual Principles of Physics.- 13. The Problem of the A Priori.- 14. The Place of Reason in Knowledge.- 15. Space.- 16. The Idealistic and Realistic Conceptions of Space.- 17. Time.- 18. The Connection between Time and Space.- 19. Substance.- 20. Causality.- 21. The Asymmetry of Causality.- 22. Probability.- 23. The Significance of Intuitive Models.- 24. The Epistemological Situation in Quantum Mechanics.- 49. Current Epistemological Problems and the Use of a Three-Valued Logic in Quantum Mechanics (1951).- 50. The Logical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (1952).- 51. The Philosophical Significance of the Wave-Particle Dualism (1953).- VI/Probability and Induction.- 52a. The Physical Presuppositions of the Calculus of Probability (1920).- 52b. Appendix: A Letter to the Editor (1920).- 53. A Philosophical Critique of the Probability Calculus (1920).- 54. Notes on the Problem of Causality [A Letter from Erwin, Schr dinger to Hans Reichenbach] (1924).- 55. Causality and Probability (1930).- 56. The Principle of Causality and the Possibility of Its Empirical Confirmation (1932).- 57. Induction and Probability: Remarks on Karl Popper s The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1935).- 58. The Semantic and the Object Conceptions of Probability Expressions (1939).- 59. A Letter to Bertrand Russell (March 28, 1949).- Bibliography of Writings oF Hans Reichenbach.- Index of Names to Volumes One and Two.
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V / Philosophy of Physics.- 44. The Present State of the Discussion on Relativity (1922).- 45. The Theory of Motion According to Newton, Leibniz, and Huyghens (1924).- 46. The Relativistic Theory of Time (1924).- 47. The Causal Structure of the World and the Difference between Past and Future (1925).- 48. The Aims and Methods of Physical Knowledge (1929).- (a) The General Theory of Physical Knowledge:.- 1. The Value of Physical Knowledge.- 2. Demarcation between Physics and the Other Natural Sciences.- 3. Physics and Technology.- 4. Physics and Mathematics.- 5. Perception.- 6. The Problem of Reality.- 7. Probability Inference.- 8. The Physical Concept of Truth.- 9. Physical Fact.- 10. Physical Definition.- 11. The Criterion of Simplicity.- 12. The Goal of Physical Knowledge.- (b) Empiricism and Theory in the Individual Principles of Physics.- 13. The Problem of the A Priori.- 14. The Place of Reason in Knowledge.- 15. Space.- 16. The Idealistic and Realistic Conceptions of Space.- 17. Time.- 18. The Connection between Time and Space.- 19. Substance.- 20. Causality.- 21. The Asymmetry of Causality.- 22. Probability.- 23. The Significance of Intuitive Models.- 24. The Epistemological Situation in Quantum Mechanics.- 49. Current Epistemological Problems and the Use of a Three-Valued Logic in Quantum Mechanics (1951).- 50. The Logical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (1952).- 51. The Philosophical Significance of the Wave-Particle Dualism (1953).- VI/Probability and Induction.- 52a. The Physical Presuppositions of the Calculus of Probability (1920).- 52b. Appendix: A Letter to the Editor (1920).- 53. A Philosophical Critique of the Probability Calculus (1920).- 54. Notes on the Problem of Causality [A Letter from Erwin, Schroedinger to Hans Reichenbach] (1924).- 55. Causality and Probability (1930).- 56. The Principle of Causality and the Possibility of Its Empirical Confirmation (1932).- 57. Induction and Probability: Remarks on Karl Popper's The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1935).- 58. The Semantic and the Object Conceptions of Probability Expressions (1939).- 59. A Letter to Bertrand Russell (March 28, 1949).- Bibliography of Writings oF Hans Reichenbach.- Index of Names to Volumes One and Two.