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Eddington A.S. — Philosophy of Physical Science
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Название: Philosophy of Physical Science

Автор: Eddington A.S.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

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Год издания: 1939

Количество страниц: 238

Добавлена в каталог: 26.01.2009

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A posteriori knowledge      24 26
A priori knowledge      24
A priori knowledge of natural constants      58 175
A priori knowledge, associated with frames of thought      116
A priori knowledge, not applicable to special facts      65
Absolute      85
Absolute truth, fragments of      184
Absolute truth, fragments of,      186
Absolute, representation by tensors      87
Aether, velocity of      33 38
Analysis, concept of      118
Analysis, concept of, applied to consciousness      195
Arithmetic, unified with wave mechanics      173
Artist, physicist as      112
Astronomy      14 186
Atomic concept      122 135
Awareness, direct      191 203 211
Awareness, direct, sentient and sapient      199
Berkeleian subjectivism      27
Bode’s law      14
Bohr, N.      29
Cardinal symbol      167 173 176
Casual hypotheses      43 63 218
Causation      149 208
Chair, as physical object      159
Chance, law of      61 180 218
Characteristic equation      167
Cipher, interpretation of      148
Clifford, W. K.      4
Colour, production of      106
Communicable knowledge      142 207
Composite nature of white light      106
Compulsory laws      19 20 65 181
Conscious matter      180
Consciousness, source of objective law      69
Consciousness, source of objective law, attributed to other persons      193
Consciousness, source of objective law, content of      195
Consciousness, source of objective law, dualism with matter      150
Consciousness, source of objective law, group-structure in      148 207 215
Conservation, laws of      129
Constants of nature      58 169
Constants of nature, constancy of      28
Correlation of experience      184 187
Correlation of undetermined behaviour      181 218
Correspondence principle      29
Cosmical number      59 65 175 177
Cosmical number, numerical value      170
Coulomb force      36
Counting      171
Counting, in quantum arithmetic      173
Court of Appeal, observation as      9 18 94
Data, primitive      195 201
Davidson, Archbishop      7
Debunking      177 178
Definition of physical quantities      70
Definition of physical quantities of length and time-extension      73
Definition, logical contradictions in      39 41
Determinism      (see “Indeterminism”)
Dimensions of space-time      169
Dingle, H.      160
Displacement, non-integrability of      82 84
Distance, observational meaning of      12
Distance, observational meaning of, definition of      73
Distance, observational meaning of, long distances      82
Distant simultaneity, unobservability of      38 42
Dualism      150
Duplicating, operation of      139 143
Duplicating, operation of,      15
Eigenvalues      162 165 174
Einstein, A.      7 28 55 71 83
Einstein’s and Newton’s laws compared      47
Electromagnetic field, failure of standard in      79
Electron, not a wave      51
Electron, not a wave, difference from proton      124
Electron, not a wave, in an elementary state      127
Electron, not a wave, number in the universe      170
Electrostatic (coulomb) force      36
Epistemological method      18
Epistemological method, a priori character of      24
Epistemological method, characteristic of      49
Epistemological method, example of      84
Epistemological method, grudging acceptance of      53
Epistemological method, scope of      56
Epistemological principles, security of      19
Epistemological principles, security of, exactness of      45
Epistemological principles, security of, replace physical hypotheses      35 37 45 47 56
Epistemologist as observer      21
Epistemology, scientific      1
Epistemology, scientific, detection of unobservables      39
Epistemology, scientific, first axiom of      10
Epistemology, scientific, observational control of      5
Evolution of sensory equipment      133
Exactness of epistemological laws      45
Existence symbols      163
Existence symbols, independent      165
Existence symbols, quadruple      168 176
Existence, meaning of      154
Existence, meaning of of physical universe      157
Existence, meaning of, structural concept of      162
expectation value      174
Experiment, interference due to      108 112
External world      147 150 198 209
Fish, analogy of      16 19 62
Form and substance, no Forms of thought      115
Form and substance, no Forms of thought, emancipation from      118
Form and substance, no Forms of thought, summary of      135
Fourier analysis      107
Frames of thought      115
Frames of thought, summary of      135
Freewill      182
Full circle      77
Fundamental hypotheses      43 56 63
Fundamental laws      61 63
Generalisation      13 17
Generalisation, hypotheses of      44
Generic subjectivity      87
Grating, action of      107
Gravitation, Newton’s and Einstein’s laws      47
Gravitation, Newton’s and Einstein’s laws, Einstein’s theory of      83
Gravitational constant      58
Gravitational constant, constancy of      78
Group-structure      140
Group-structure of sensations in consciousness      148 207
Group-structure, basis of physical knowledge      147
Group-structure, synthesis of      209
Groups, theory of, ix      140
Heat-death of universe      54
Heisenberg, W.      28 31
Human knowledge      192
Hypotheses, fundamental and casual      43 56 63 218
Hypotheses, fundamental and casual of generalization      44
Hypotheses, physical, elimination of      43
Hypotheses, physical, elimination of, replaced by epistemological principles      37 45 47 56
Hypothetico-observational knowledge      12
Idealist philosophy      69
Idempotent      162 202
Identical structural units      122 128
Imagining and perceiving      214
Indeterminism      63 90 94 180
Indistinguishable particles      36 128
Integers as eigenvalues      167 173
Integers as eigenvalues, highest integer      175 177
Interaction      127
Interference of perfect observers      98
Interference of perfect observers, by experiment      108 131
Intrusion of scientist in philosophy      4 7 188
Invariance      40
Invariance, Lorentz-invariance      56
Items of observational knowledge      99
Jeans, J. H.      137
Joad, C. E. M.      146 211
Kant’s philosophy      188
Knowledge, definition of      1
Knowledge, definition of, a posteriori and a priori      24 26
Knowledge, definition of, direct investigation of      49
Knowledge, definition of, hypothetico-observa-tional      12
Knowledge, definition of, non-physical      189
Knowledge, definition of, not the sole aim of philosophy      222
Knowledge, definition of, obtained by direct awareness      199
Knowledge, definition of, physical      2
Knowledge, definition of, primitive data of      195 203
Knowledge, definition of, structural      142
Knowledge, definition of, subjective element in      17
Knowledge, definition of, sympathetic      190
Knowledge, definition of, theoretical and observational      10
Language, use for pointing      201
Language, use for pointing, influence on philosophy      211
Laplace      63
Law of chance      61 180 218
Laws of governance of objective universe      179 183
Laws of nature      13 17 58 63
Laws of nature, associated with frame of thought      116
Laws of nature, subjective pattern of      67
Length, definition of      71 73
Length, definition of, general agreement on      77
Length, standard of      75
Length, standard of, failure in electromagnetic field      80
Length, standard of, failure of long standard      82
Logical positivism      189
Long standard, failure of      82
Lorentz transformation      56
Mass, change with velocity      116
Mass, change with velocity, conservation of      129 132
Mathematics, relation to physics      55 72 74
Mathematics, relation to physics, how introduced      137
Measurement, dependent on four entities      168 176
Memories      191 198
Metaphysician      16 17 33
Metrology      73 77
Michelson — Morley experiment      39
Microscopic physics      28
Microscopic physics, union with molar physics      77
Mob-psychology      30
Molar law      29 130
Molar physics      28
Molar physics, union with microscopic physics      77
Mysticism      222
Natural philosophy      8
Nature of the Physical World      viii 99
Necessities of thought      118 121 132
Neutrinos      112
Newton      47 52 83
Newton, experiments on colour      106
Nomenclature, mathematical      137
Non-integrability of displacement      82 85
Notation, orgy of      138 163
Nucleus, atomic      60 109
Nucleus, atomic, in      170
Number of protons and electrons      170
Objective law, nature of      68 183
Objective universe      25 27 66 158 217
Observation, as Court of Appeal      9 18 94
Observation, as Court of Appeal, as a pointer reading      99
Observation, as Court of Appeal, hard facts of      32 89
Observation, as Court of Appeal, nature of      31 89
Observational knowledge      10
Observational knowledge, item of      99
Observer of observers      21 179
Occupation symbol      166
Operations, selective      26
Operations, selective, terminable sets of      140
Operators, symbolic      174
Ouch      200
Part, conception of      119
Part, conception of, positive and negative      120
Particle, elementary      163
Particle, elementary with independent existence      165
Particles, indistinguishable      36 128
Pattern of physical law      67
Pattern of physical law of group-structure      140
Pearson, K.      4
Perfect observations      96
Perfect observations, interference of      98
Perfect, compared with “good”      129
permanence      129
Personal subjectivity      86
Philosophy and the scientific intruder      4 7 188
Philosophy of science      vii 187
Philosophy of scientists, not applied in practice      54 185
Philosophy of scientists, not applied in practice, usual creed      184
Physical knowledge      2
Physical knowledge form of      10
Physical knowledge, homogeneity of      14
Physical knowledge, structural character of      142
Physical objects      159
Physical quantities, observational definitions of      70
Physical quantities, observational definitions of, do not include probability      91
Physical science, logical starting-point of      148 215
Physical universe, definition of      2 101
Physical universe, definition of, Justification of definition      159
Planck, M.      28
Poincare, H.      4 72
Pointer language      200 201
Pointer readings      99
Pointer readings, secondary and tertiary      100
Positron      120 170
Prediction fin classical physics      63
Prediction fin classical physics, by law of chance      61 218
probability      50 89
Probability, introduced by interference of observations      98
Probability, irreversibility of      91 136
Probability, See also Chance Procrustean treatment      109 112 116 131
Probability, statistical meaning of      95
Proton      124
Proton, number in the universe      170
Pseudo-distances      81
Pure mathematician      72 74 137
Quadruple existence symbols      163 168
Quadruple existence symbols, wave functions      176
Quantum arithmetic      172
Quantum Jump      173
Quantum specification of standard      7
Quantum theory, history of      28
Quantum theory, history of, analyses knowledge      50
Quantum theory, history of, criticism of      35 54 126
Quantum theory, history of, introduces probability      89
Quantum theory, history of, provides numerical specification      75
Quantum theory, history of, union with relativity theory      77
Quotations from Anonymous      184
Quotations from Anonymous, Chaucer      79
Quotations from Anonymous, Dingle, H.      160
Quotations from Anonymous, Joad, C. E. M.      146 211
Quotations from Anonymous, Kipling      81
Quotations from Anonymous, Nursery rhyme      160
Quotations from Anonymous, Poincare, H.      72
Quotations from Anonymous, Preston, T.      106
Quotations from Anonymous, Prior, Matthew      74
Rankine, W. J. M.      138
Russell, B.      152
Sapient and sentient awareness      199
Schuster, A.      107
Scientific epistemology      (see “Epistemology”)
Scientific philosophy, vii; aim of,      187
Selection      17 114 133
Selective operations      26
Selective operations, interference, no Selective subjectivism      26
Self-consciousness      204
Self-sufficient parts      126 136
Sensation, theory of      210
Sensations, group-structure of      142 207 215
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