Index |


References

  1. Alexander, Samuel, Space, Time and Deity, Vol 1, Macmillan & Co., London, 1927, page 35.
  2. Reichenbach, Hans, The Direction of Time, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1956, page 1.
  3. Black, Max, Scientific American, Apr. 1962, page 179.
  4. Dirac, P. A. M., Scientific American, May 1963.
  5. Hutten, Ernest H., The Language of Modern Physics, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1956, page 274.
  6. Heisenberg, Werner, Philosophic Problems of Nuclear Science, Pantheon Books, New York, 1952, page 48.
  7. Redin, R. D., Chemical Engineering, July 22. 1963.
  8. Hutten, Ernest H., op. cit., page 12.
  9. Kuhn, Thomas S., The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, University of Chicago Press, 1962, page 84.
  10. de Broglie, Louis, New Perspective in Physics, Basic Books, New York, 1962, page 201.
  11. Bohr, Niels, Atomic Theory and the Description of Nature, Cambridge University Press, 1961, page 115.
  12. Heisenberg, Werner, Physics and Philosophy, Harper & Bros., New York, 1958, page 86.
  13. Capek, Milic, The Philosophical Impact of Contemporary Physics, D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, N. J., 1961, page 235.
  14. Dyson, Freeman J., Scientific American, Sept. 1958.
  15. Bridgman, P. W., Reflections of a Physicist, Philosophical Library, New York, 1950, page 83.
  16. Schrodinger, Erwin, Scientific American, Sept. 1953.
  17. de Broglie, Louis, op. cit., page vii.
  18. Watson, W. H., Understanding Physics Today, Cambridge University Press, 1963, page 7.
  19. Ibid., page 5.
  20. Koyre, Alexandre, Scientific Monthly, Feb. 1955.
  21. Tolman, Richard C., The Theory of the Relativity of Motion, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1917, page 27.
  22. Bohr, Niels, op. cit., page 92.
  23. Bohr, Niels, Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge, John Wiley & Song, New York, 1958, page 70.
  24. Bohr, Niels, Atomic Theory and the Description of Nature, op. cit., page 94.
  25. Russell, Bertrand, Wisdom of the West, Doubleday & Co., Garden City, N. Y., 1959, page 289.
  26. Bridgman, P. W., op cit., page 100.
  27. Frank, Philipp, Scientific Monthly, Sept. 1954.
  28. Tolman, Richard C., op. cit., page 23.
  29. de Broglie, Louis, op. cit., page v.
  30. Hanson, Norwood R., Scientific Change, edited by A. C. Crombie, Basic Books, New York, 1963, page 492.
  31. McVittie, G. C., General Relativity and Cosmology, Chapman & Hall, London, 1956, page 6.
  32. Margenau, Henry, Open Vistas, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1961, page 72.
  33. Von Weizsacker and Juilfs, Contemporary Physics, George Braziller, New York, 1962, page 88.
  34. Margenau, Henry, The Nature of Physical Reality, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York., 1950, page 171.
  35. Feyerabend, P. K., Philosophy of Science, The Delaware Seminar, Vol. 2 (19621963), edited by Bernard Baumrin, Interscience Publishers, New York, 1963, page 19.
  36. Planck, Max, Scientific Autobiography, Philosophical Library, New York, 1949, page 41.
  37. Northrop, F. S. C., Science and First Principles, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1932, page 30.
  38. Braithwaite, R. B., Scientific Explanation, Cambridge University Press, 1953, page 51.
  39. Northrop, F. S. C., op. cit., page 28.
  40. Dingle, Herbert, Science and Human Experience, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1932, page 61.
  41. Einstein, Albert, The Structure of Scientific Thought, edited by Edward H. Madden, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 1960, page 82.
  42. Heisenberg, Werner, Philosophic Problems of Nuclear Science, op. cit., page 55.
  43. Northrop, F. S. C., op. cit., page 85.
  44. Dyson, Freeman J., Scientific American, Sept. 1964.
  45. Hesse, Mary B., Forces and Fields, Philosophical Library, New York, 1962, page 8.
  46. Whittaker, Sir Edmund, From Euclid to Eddington, Dover Publications, New York, 1958, page 162.
  47. Bridgman, P. W., op. cit., page 104.
  48. Lindsay, R. B., Scientific Monthly, Oct. 1954.
  49. Capek, Milic, op. cit., page 17.
  50. Eddington, Sir A. S., The Nature of the Physical World, Cambridge University Press, 1953, page 38.
  51. Capek, Milic, op. cit., page 35.
  52. Jeans, Sir James, Physics and Philosophy, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1945, page 190.
  53. Sherwin, Chalmers W., Basic Concepts of Physics, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York, 1961, page 132.
  54. Hesse, Mary B., op. cit., page 253.
  55. Hutten, Ernest H., op. cit., page 100.
  56. Sherwin, Chalmers W., op. cit., page 92.
  57. Hutten, Ernest H., op. cit., page 110.
  58. Einstein and Infeld, The Evolution of Physics, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1938, page 184.
  59. Bergmann, Peter G., American Scientist, April 1956, page 211.
  60. Capek, Milic, op. cit., page 146.
  61. Schlegel, Richard, Time and the Physical World, Michigan State University Press, 1961, page 160.
  62. Whitrow, G. J., The Natural Philosophy of Time, Thomas Nelson & Sons, London, 1961, page 218.
  63. Moller, C.. The Theory of Relativity, The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1952, page 49.
  64. Tolman, Richard C., Relativity, Thermodynamics and Cosmology, The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1934, page 195.
  65. Beiser, Arthur, Concepts of Modern Physics, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1963, page 10.
  66. Moller, C., op. cit., page 1.
  67. McVittie, G. C., Fact and Theory in Cosmology, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1961, page 30.
  68. Heisenberg, Werner, Philosophic Problems of Nuclear Science, op. cit., page 12.
  69. Thomson, Sir George, The Inspiration of Science, Oxford University Press, London, 1961, page 66.
  70. Millikan, Robert A., Time and Its Mysteries, Collier Books, New York, 1962, page 24.
  71. Hutten, Ernest H., op. cit., page 170.
  72. Feyerabend, P. K., op. cit., page 17.
  73. Bridgman, P. W., A Sophisticate’s Primer of Relativity, Wesleyan University press,, Middletown, Conn., 1962, page 10.
  74. Planck, Max, op. cit., page 30.
  75. Bonnor, William, The Mystery of the Expanding Universe, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1964, page 73.
  76. Hanson, Norwood R., Philosophy of Science, April 1963.
  77. Scriven, Michael, Current Issues in the Philosophy of Science, edited by Feigl and Maxwell, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York, 1961, page 91.
  78. Capek, Milic, op. cit., page 374.
  79. Cockcroft, Sir John, The New Scientist, Jan. 23. 1964.
  80. Einstein, Albert, Relativity, Henry Holt & Co., New York, 1920, page 126.
  81. Gold and Hoyle, Paper 104, Paris Symposium on Radio Astronomy, edited by Ronald N. Bracewell, Stanford University Press, 1959.
  82. Bethe, H. A., Scientific American, Sept. 1953.
  83. Hoyle, Fred, Frontiers of Astronomy, Harper & Bros., New York, 1955, page 351..
  84. Margenau, Henry, Open Vistas, op. cit., page 124.
  85. Marshak, Robert E., The Scientific American Reader, Simon &: Schuster, New York, 1953, page 115.
  86. Thomson, Sir George, The Atom (Fifth Edition), Oxford University Press, London, 1956, page 184.
  87. Weiner, Norbert, The New Scientist, Jan. 23, 1964.
  88. Einstein and Infeld, op. cit., pages 195-196.
  89. Darrow, Karl K., Scientific Monthly, March 1942.
  90. Shortley and Williams, Elements of Physics, Second Edition, Prentice-Hall, New York, 1955, page 264.
  91. Ibid., page 130.
  92. Timmermans, J., Physico-Chemical Constants of Pure Organic Compounds, Elsevier Publishing Co., New York, 1950, page 5.
  93. Kimball, George E., A Treatise on Physical Chemistry, Third Edition, Vol II, edited by Taylor and Glasstone, D. Van Nostrand Co., New York, 1951, page 412.
  94. Pitzer, Kenneth S., Journal of the American Chemical Society, July 16, 1955.
  95. Beattie and Stockmayer, A Treatise on Physical Chemistry, edited by Taylor and Glasstone, op. cit., page 303.
  96. Evans, David S., Frontiers of Astronomy, Sigma Books, London, 1946, page 147.
  97. Abell, G. O., Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Aug. 1955.
  98. Payne-Gaposchkin, Cecilia, Stars in the Making, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1952, page 76.
  99. Strove, Otto, Sky and Telescope, July 1955, page 368.
  100. Lohmann, W., Zeitschrift fur Astrophysik, Aug. 1953.
  101. Johnson and Sandage, Astrophysical Journal, May 1955.
  102. Bok and Bok, The Milky Way, Third Edition, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1957, page 255.
  103. Strove, Otto, Sky and Telescope, April 1960, page 329.
  104. Bok, Bart J., The Astronomer’s Universe, Cambridge University Press, 1958, page 91.
  105. Opik, E. J., Smithsonian Treasury of Science, Vol. I, edited by Webster P. True, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1960, page 38.
  106. Larson, D. B., The Structure of the Physical Universe, North Pacific Publishers, Portland, Oregon, 1958, pages 192 to 194.
  107. Shklovsky, I. S., Cosmic Radio Waves, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1960, page 369.
  108. Scientific American, Sept. 1961, page 88.
  109. Sandage, Allan R., Scientific American, Nov. 1964.
  110. Einstein, Albert, Sidelights on Relativity, E. P. Dutton 8: Co., New York, 1922, page 19.
  111. Shortley and Williams, op. cit., page 797.
  112. Weisskopf, Victor F., Knowledge and Wonder, Doubleday & Co., Garden City, N. Y., 1962, page 56.
  113. Sister, Vanderwerf and Davidson, General Chemistry, The Macmillan Co., New York, 1949, page 179.
  114. Shortley and Williams, op. cit., page 669.
  115. Sister, Vanderwerf and Davidson, op. cit., page 436.
  116. Bronowski, J., The Common Sense of Science, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1953, page 74.
  117. Capek, Milic, op. cit., page 310.
  118. Whittaker, Sir Edmund. op. cit., page 159.
  119. Hoyle, Fred, op. cit., Chapters 7 and 14.
  120. Whitrow, G. J., The Structure and Evolution of the Universe, Harper & Bros., New York, 1959, page 119.
  121. Shapley, Harlow, Sky and Telescope, Sept. 1961, page 158.
  122. Luyten, W. J., American Scientist, Mar. 1960, page 37.
  123. Hoyle, Fred, The Nature of the Universe, Harper & Bros., New York, 1950, Chapter 6.
  124. Cameron, A. G. W., Annual Review of Nuclear Science, 1958.
  125. Waddington, C. J., Progress in Nuclear Physics, Vol. 8, 1960.
  126. Singer, S. F., Progress in Elementary Particle and Cosmic Ray Physics, Vol. IV, 1958.
  127. Slater, John C., Modern Physics, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1955, page 304.
  128. Hall, G. G., Reports on Progress in Physics, Vol. XXII, 1959, page 2.
  129. Bridgman, P. W., The Physics of High Pressure, G. Bell & Sons, London, 1958, page 143.
  130. Whitehead, Alfred North, Science and Philosophy, Philosophical Library, New York, 1948, page 306.
  131. Merriam, John C., Time and Its Mysteries, Collier Books, New York, 1962, page 28.
  132. Schlegel, Richard, op. cit., page 185.
  133. Thomson, Sir George, The Inspiration of Science, op. cit., page 61.
  134. Maxwell, James Clerk, Matter and Motion, The Sheldon Press, London, 1925, page 11.
  135. Hering, Daniel W., Time and Its Mysteries, Collier Books, New York, 1962, page 91.
  136. Alexander, Samuel, op. cit., page vi.
  137. Margenau, Henry, The Nature of Physical Reality, op. cit., page 136.
  138. Frank, Philipp, Modern Science and Its Philosophy, George Braziller, New York, 1955, page 207.
  139. Watson, W. H., op. cit., page 11.
  140. Putnam, Hilary, Philosophy of Science, Jan. 1964.
  141. Feyerabend, P. K., Frontiers of Science and Philosophy, edited by Robert G. Colodny, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1962, page 238.
  142. Maritain, Jacques, The Degrees of Knowledge, Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1959, page 63.
  143. Margenau, Henry, The Nature of Physical Reality, op. cit., page 44.
  144. Lindsay, Robert B., The Role of Science in Civilization, Harper & Row, New York, 1963, page 79.
  145. Waismann, F., Turning Points in Physics, Interscience Publishers, New York, 1959, page 154.
  146. Feigl, Herbert, Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science, edited by Feigl and Scriven, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1956, Vol. I, page 13.
  147. Margenau, Henry, The Nature of Physical Reality, op. cit., page 127.
  148. Watson, W. H., op. cit., page 36.
  149. Heisenberg, Werner, Physics and Philosophy, op. cit., page 200.
  150. Margenau, Henry, The Nature of Physical Reality, op. cit., page 106.
  151. Hesse, Mary B., op. cit., page 1.
  152. Heisenberg, Werner, Physics and Philosophy, op. cit., page 42.
  153. Conant, James B., Modern Science and Modern Man, Columbia University Press, New York, 1952, page 47.
  154. Feyerabend, P. K., The Delaware Seminar, op. cit., page 18.
  155. Maritain, Jacques, op. cit., page 64.
  156. Lindsay, Robert B., The Role of Science in Civilization, op. cit., page 84.
  157. Bridgman, P. W., Repections of a Physicist, op. cit., page 93.
  158. Ibid., page 99.


Index |