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THE COLLECTED ESSAYS
OF DEWEY B. LARSON

FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS

Just What Do We Claim?
The Nature of Time
The “Arrow of Time”
The Physical Nature of Space

On Space Translation
The Case of the Colliding Photons
Reference Systems
Dimensions in the Universe of Motion
Step-by-Step
The Dimensions of Motion


PHYSICS

Theory of Solids
More on Solid Cohesion Theory
The Inter-Regional Ratio
The Effect of Gravitation on Radiation

Superconductivity


ASTRONOMY

Astronomical X-ray Sources
The Crab Nebula Pulsar
Quasars, Three Years Later
Quasars, How Big Are They?
Gravitation and the Galaxies

Supernova 1987A

The Density Gradient in White Dwarf Stars


PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

The Conceptual Foundations of Physical Science
Is Relativity Conceptually Valid?

The Current Status of Physical Theory
The Rydberg Constant and Zeno’s Paradox
Changing Concepts of the Nature of Motion
Some Reflections and Comments

Some Anniversary Thoughts
A Note on Metaphysics
Some Thoughts on the Reciprocal System

A Rejoinder to K.V.K. Nehru
Draft Letter to Friends of Science
Comments on Some Issues Raised at the 1978 Conference
Comments on Letter from Edwin Navarro
The Current Status of Physical Theory
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