The collected papers of Albert Einstein  v. 1 ~ v. 15

John Stachel, editor

In April 1922, we find Einstein lecturing in Paris, engaged in reestablishing ties among scientists in former enemy nations. Meanwhile, back in Berlin, political tensions are rising. In June, the brutal murder of his friend, Germany's foreign minister, Walther Rathenau, heavily affects Einstein who, for a while, fears for his own safety and briefly contemplates leaving Berlin and abandoning academic life altogether. When only a few months later it is announced that he will be awarded the Nobel Prize, after more than a decade of nominations, Einstein is on a steamer heading from Europe to Japan. As we learn in this volume, although he knew in advance of the coming prize, he nevertheless embarked on his longest voyage yet. His travel diary, published here for the first time, recounts in poetic prose the hectic schedule on land, the contemplative rest at sea, and his musings on science, philosophy, and art during his first encounter with the Far East, Palestine, and Spain. Einstein's work and intense scientific exchanges--with N. Bohr, P. Ehrenfest, A. Sommerfeld, M. Born, and others--during these fifteen months result in remarkable publications and intellectual developments. A paper written with Ehrenfest shows with uncompromising clarity that the outcome of the recent Stern-Gerlach experiment could not be explained by either classical or quantum theory. In a similar vein, he analyzes the phenomenon of superconductivity. Clearly among the leading quantum theorists, he focuses on its conceptual bases, tirelessly proposing crucial experiments that could decide between classical and quantum physics. We also see foundational interests develop in his concerns with a unified field theory of electromagnetism and gravitation. A translation of selected non-English texts included in Volume 13 is available in paperback at http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9874.html

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In the spring of 1919, two British solar eclipse expeditions confirmed the correctness of general relativity theory and propelled Albert Einstein to instant celebrity. Before this major turning point, the majority of Einstein's writings published in this volume dealt with the clarification of general relativistic problems, such as the status of the metric field, the character of gravitational waves, the problem of energy-momentum conservation, and questions of cosmology, such as the nature and size of the universe and the distribution of matter within it. After his rise to international fame, Einstein's publications changed markedly. He faced an increasing demand for popular articles and lectures on relativity, its development and meaning. He also felt compelled to respond to a host of commentators, ranging from skeptical physicists to philosophers trying to reconcile his revolutionary theory with their views. For the first time, he also responded in print to outspoken anti-relativists, some of them fueled by cultural conservatism and, frequently, anti-Semitism. Einstein used his newly won fame to lend prestige to political causes, especially to the reconciliation among European nations and to Zionism. In the early years of Weimar Germany, Einstein spoke out vigorously for the young republic, emphasizing the rights of the individual. He agonized over the misery of the Central Europeans in the grip of starvation and economic collapse, praised the support of individuals and groups such as the Quakers, and championed the cause of Eastern European Jews. His rejection of assimilation, combined with a fierce defense of the right of Jews to higher education, led Einstein to campaign for the establishment of a university in Palestine, the land which he conceived of as a cultural center for all Jews.

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In this latest volume, Einstein's visible public persona is amply documented in his correspondence, honors and prizes, lectures and travels, articles, and the many solicitations asking him to join public initiatives. Einstein joins a Zionist fundraising mission led by Ch. Weizmann, and he visits the United States for the first time. Einstein travels to major cities, including New York, Boston, and Chicago, and he delivers his now famous Princeton Lectures. Scientific issues remain at the core of Einstein's preoccupations. Correspondence with N. Bohr, W. Bothe, P. Ehrenfest, H. Geiger, H. A. Lorentz, L. Meitner, and A. Sommerfeld records Einstein's interest in and contributions to the emerging modern quantum theory. He addresses conceptual problems, such as the fundamental nature of light and its emission mechanism, in a proposed experiment with canal rays. Einstein continues to engage in original research, other expert opinions, and patent applications. Throughout the year, Einstein navigates complex territory in his professional and personal life. He travels with his older son to Bologna, yet turns down repeated invitations to Munich. He mends his friendship with M. Born, but receives stinging criticism from F. Haber for traveling to the United States. He supports the nomination of Masaryk for a Nobel Peace Prize, travels to Amsterdam in order to intervene on behalf of Germany at the Paris reparations conference, and assists Russian physicists in their efforts to rebuild and develop Russian science. Einstein's letters reveal his Social Democratic political positions.

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The first half of this volume presents a substantial amount of here-to-fore unavailable correspondence. From among family letters closed for twenty years after the death of Margot Einstein, who donated them to the Albert Einstein Archives in Jerusalem, the volume presents, for the first time, letters written by Einstein's sons, the adolescent Hans Albert and little Eduard, and numerous letters written by Einstein to his cousin and future second wife Elsa Einstein. Combined with newly available correspondence with his close friend Heinrich Zangger, this supplementary correspondence provides vivid and intimate details of Einstein's private life. It documents the emotional bonds to his family and friends; the severe deprivations caused by the war to family members in Berlin and Zurich; the fragile health of Mileva Einstein-Maric during these years of separation and divorce; the worries and joys of caring for the sons; and Einstein's views on German and international politics during this turbulent period. The second half finds Einstein full of optimism about Germany's new democracy. He vigorously promotes general relativity and the endeavors of other scientists toward its further confirmation. He responds to the rising interest in his work among philosophers, as attested by correspondence with M. Schlick, H. Reichenbach, R. Carnap, E. Cassirer, and H. Vaihinger. And yet he is embroiled in vociferous, politically tinged, public attacks on his theory of relativity. He considers leaving Berlin, which would have deprived the Weimar Republic of its most famous scientist. In many letters, colleagues, friends, and unknown admirers offer support. Einstein travels to Leyden, where he is appointed a visiting professor and where, in the circle of friends such as P. Ehrenfest, H. A. Lorentz, and H. Kamerlingh Onnes, he is involved in lively debates on issues related to quantum physics. He visits Oslo and Copenhagen, where he meets with N. Bohr, and receives invitations to the United States, anticipating his first visit to the New World in 1921. A translation of selected non-English texts included in Volume 10 is available in paperback. Since this supplementary paperback includes only select portions of Volume 10, it is not recommended for purchase without the main volume.

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The present volume, set in the turbulent post-World War I period, finds Einstein awaiting news of the 1919 British eclipse expedition to test the general relativistic prediction of the deflection of starlight by the sun. With the expedition's success, he becomes the first science celebrity of our age. Deeply interested in the other, stellar redshift test of his theory, Einstein supports astronomers engaged in experimental work on the issue. Piqued by early suggestions of a unified field theory, he ponders how to unify gravitation and electromagnetic field theory and also works to resolve contradictions between the new quantum physics and relativity. His open-minded exchanges with colleagues may challenge his later image as the stubborn critic of quantum mechanics. We see Einstein deeply engaged in discussing social and political issues, participating in humanitarian efforts, and intervening on behalf of intellectuals condemned to death after the fall of the Bavarian Soviet republic. He faced anti-Semitic outbursts, reflected increasingly on his own identity as a Jew and assisted in efforts toward the establishment of the Hebrew University. As an internationalist opponent of war, and a German-speaking Swiss citizen whose renown was sealed by the Englishman Eddington's confirmation of relativity, Einstein mitigated postwar hostility toward German scholars. Correspondence with family and friends documents his divorce, remarriage to his cousin, and his closeness to his two sons. Notwithstanding evidence in newly uncovered material concerning efforts to lure Einstein back to Switzerland, and also to the Netherlands, Einstein, entertaining high hopes for the young Weimar Republic, remained in Berlin. This volume reveals new facets of Einstein as he constructively participated in German and European scientific, academic, and cultural life.

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This index volume provides quick access to the most authoritative compilation of documents and information concerning Einstein's work and correspondence for the first half of his life. It offers readers a Cumulative Index to the first ten volumes of the collected papers, the first complete bibliography of Einstein's scientific and nonscientific writings until 1921, and a succinct biographical time line. This volume is an invaluable research tool for delving into Einstein's written legacy; his interactions with colleagues, institutions, friends, and family; and his scientific, political, educational, and social activities. Volume 11 presents three important and unique bibliographies: the List of Writings, 1891-1921; the Einstein Bibliography, 1901-1921; and a Cumulative Bibliography and Index of Citations for Volumes 1-10. The List of Writings includes all of Einstein's manuscripts that remained unpublished by 1921, while the Einstein Bibliography includes documents that were republished during this period. The Cumulative Bibliography and Index of Citations lists all literature written by authors cited in at least one of the first ten volumes of the series. This volume also contains two complete lists of Einstein's correspondence up through 1920, and a Chronology of Einstein's life for the years 1879-1921. The first list presents the correspondence in chronological order, while the second list presents the correspondence in alphabetical order by correspondent. The indexes and bibliographies implicitly correct inconsistencies and errata across the different volumes. Other corrections are explicitly collected in a List of Errata for the first ten volumes of the series.

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This volume of "The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein" contains the scientific work Einstein published during the first decade of his career, and includes some of the most significant achievements of twentieth-century physics. The first paper was written in 1900 by the twenty-one-year-old Einstein, newly graduated from the Swiss Federal Polytechnical School, or ETH, in Zurich and still searching in vain for a job. The last paper in this volume is the text of an invited lecture given in 1909 to a major scientific meeting by Einstein after he was appointed to his first academic post at the University of Zurich. He had already been recognized as an important theoretical physicist on the basis of the work reprinted here, particularly the three masterpieces that appeared in quick succession during 1905, Einstein's year of miracles.In one of these papers Einstein showed how one could finally confirm the ancient view that matter is composed of discrete atoms, and even measure the numbers and masses of these atoms. In a second paper, which even he referred to as "very revolutionary," he argued that the observed properties of thermal radiation suggest that it consists not of waves, but rather of localized particles of energy which he called energy quanta. The third and most famous paper set forth the special theory of relativity, solving some long-standing difficulties, but requiring a significant change in our understanding of those basic concepts, space and time.

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This volume of The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein presents Einstein's writings for the two-year period starting in October 1909. The initial date marks Einstein's departure from the Swiss Patent Office at Bern, which had been his professional home for seven years, and the beginning of his first academic appointment, at the University of Zurich. The volume concludes with the masterful report that Einstein, by then a full professor at the German-language university in Prague, gave to the original Solvay Congress, the first international meeting devoted to the problems of radiation and the quantum theory. Most of Einstein's efforts during these years went into his struggle with these ever more perplexing problems of quanta, on which he made discouragingly little progress. Einstein's new academic career naturally required him to teach, and almost half of this volume consists of the previously unpublished notes he wrote in preparation for his lectures on mechanics, on electricity and magnetism, and on kinetic theory and statistical mechanics. The last of these is particularly interesting in reflecting some of his research interests. Several papers here are concerned with aspects of the special theory of relativity, but it is Einstein's article of June 1911 that is a harbinger of things to come: it contains his calculation of the bending of light in a gravitational field on the basis of his equivalence principle. Martin J. Klein is Bass Professor of the History of Science and Professor of Physics at Yale University and Senior Editor of The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein. A. J. Kox teaches history of science at the University of Amsterdam, Jrgen Renn is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Physics at Boston University, and Robert Schulmann is Assistant Professor of History at Boston University.

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This volume opens in spring 1914 when Einstein takes up a research professorship at the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin and closes with the collapse of the German Empire four and one-half years later. A good portion of the documentation, which comprises more than 675 letters, has only recently been discovered by the editors. The letters touch on all aspects of Einstein's activities and shed new light on his inner life, while enriching our understanding of his published papers, presented in volumes 6 and 7 of this series. The breakup of Einstein's first marriage and the divorce are presented here for the first time in all their complexity. New material shows Einstein maintaining a strong sense of moral urgency throughout the war. The scientific correspondence documents Einstein's struggle to find satisfactory field equations for his new gravitational theory - the general theory of relativity - and his continued discussion with leading physicists and mathematicians about the implications and further development of the theory.

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This volume presents Einstein's writings from the final period of his work in Switzerland. Most of the material in Volume 4 documents Einstein's search for a relativistic theory of gravitation, a search that ended in Berlin in the fall of 1915 with the completion of the general theory of relativity. Three scientific manuscripts, printed here for the first time, provide insights into Einstein's efforts to generalize his original relativity theory into a theory of gravitation. The first is a review article on the special theory of relativity. The second consists of notes that document Einstein's research on gravitation. The third manuscript contains calculations on the problem of the motion of the perihelion of Mercury. The explanation of the observed anomaly of this motion was to become one of the classical tests of general relativity. The existence of such a manuscript has not been known before now. All three of these manuscripts, along with other material in this volume, add significantly to our understanding of the creation of general relativity.

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This volume, the first in the series to be devoted to Einstein's correspondence, begins in June 1902, when he went to work at the Swiss Patent Office. It closes in March 1914, as Einstein left Switzerland to take up his appointment as a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. The great majority of the more than 500 letters from and to Einstein presented here have not been published before, and some of them will be new even to most Einstein scholars. They give us a much richer picture of Einstein in his twenties and early thirties than we have ever had. We see him through his correspondence with his mother, his wife Mileva, and, from 1912 on, his cousin Elsa, who would later become his second wife. He maintains close ties with old friends, but his circle widens, particularly after 1906, to include a number of his contemporaries in physics such as Max Laue and Paul Ehrenfest. He also develops important relationships with older theorists--Max Planck, Arnold Sommerfeld, and especially H. A. Lorentz. The letters in this volume clarify the development of his academic career once he leaves the Patent Office in 1909, and bring out the important parts played by such staunch supporters of Einstein as Alfred Kleiner, Fritz Haber, and, above all, Walther Nernst. Most significant, however, is the way the letters document crucial aspects of Einstein's scientific activity: his concentration for years on the unfathomable problems of quanta and radiation, his extensive knowledge of experimental physics, his many fruitful interactions with experimentalists, and finally his long struggle to generalize the 1905 theory of relativity to include gravitation and accelerated frames of reference.

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Volume 1 presents important new material on the young Einstein. Over half the documents made available here were discovered by the editors, including a significant group of over fifty letters that Einstein exchanged with Mileva Maric, his fellow student and future wife. These letters, together with other previously unpublished documents, provide an entirely new view of Einstein's youth. The documents in the volume also foreshadow the emergence of his extraordinary creative power. In them is manifested his intense commitment to scientific work and his interest in certain themes that proved to be central to his thinking during the next decade. We can follow, for example, the beginnings of his preoccupation with the electrodynamics of moving bodies that was to lead to the development of this special theory of relativity. For the first time it can be seen how closely he followed such contemporary developments in physics as Planck's work on radiation theory and Drude's work on the electron theory of metals. In addition to all of Einstein's known correspondence and other writings from this period, the volume includes the relevant portions of all third-party letters and other contemporary documents that provide additional information about his secondary schooling at the Aargau Cantonal School; his four years at the Swiss Federal Plytechnical School, or the ETH; and his search for a job after graduation. Included in the volume are those sections of an unpublished biography by Einstein's sister, Maja Winteler-Einstein, which deal with his early years; his extensive notes on a physics course he took at the ETH; and previously unpublished photographs of the young Einstein and his teachers and friends. Documents in Volume 1 portray Einstein's experiences during the two stressful years after his graduation from the ETH in Zurich. Denied a position as an Assistant at the ETH, he lived a hand-to-mouth existence while he looked for a post at other universities; then he attempted to find a secondary-school post, and finally sought a nonacademic job. Tension with his parents over his plans to marry Mileva Maric is evident throughout this period. With the help of a friend, he finally found work at the Swiss Patent Office, the haven where he would spend the next seven years. Freed from his financial worries, he entered on one of the most productive periods of his life, as the next volume, Writings (1901-1910), will document.

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Presented in this volume are Albert Einstein's writings from his arrival in Berlin in the spring of 1914 to take up his new position at the Prussian Academy of Sciences through the end of 1917. During these years he completed the general theory of relativity--the relativistic theory of gravitation--and this was surely the high point of his scientific life. His writings on relativity in this volume range from general treatments of the theory to detailed calculations of specific consequences and his first attempt at a relativistic account of cosmology. They also include his popular exposition of the special and general theories, first published in 1917 and still a valuable account for the general reader. As soon as the difficulties on the path to general relativity had been overcome, Einstein returned to the riddles of the quantum theory. His major clarification of the quantum theory of radiation appears here along with his lesser known contribution to the formulation of quantum conditions. This volume also contains the papers describing Einstein's only experimental investigation, a study of Ampre's molecular currents, which he carried out with the Dutch physicist W. J. de Haas. Before the beginning of World War I, Einstein had never expressed his views on nonscientific subjects. Yet one of his first reactions to this previously unthinkable general war was to sign an "Appeal to Europeans" urging an immediate end to hostilities. Every document in The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein appears in the language in which it was written.

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  • LIST OF TEXTS AND APPENDIXES xiii INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 7 xxi Supplement to the Editorial Method xliii Acknowledgments xliv Note on the Translation xlvi Location Symbols xlvii Descriptive Symbols xlviii TEXTS 1 Vol. 6, Doc. 44a. "The Principal Ideas of the Theory of Relativity," after December 1916 3 "Die hauptsachlichen Gedanken der Relativitatstheorie" Vol. 6, Doc. 45a. "On the Questionnaire Concerning the Right of National Self-Determination," July 1917-before 10 March 1918 8 "Zum Fragebogen uber das Selbstbestimmungsrecht der Volker" 1. "On Gravitational Waves," 31 January 1918 11 "Uber Gravitationswellen" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1918) 2. "Note on E. Schrodinger's Paper 'The Energy Components of the Gravitational Field'," 5 February 1918 29 "Notiz zu E. Schrodingers Arbeit 'Die Energiekomponenten des Gravitationsfeldes'" Physikalische Zeitschrift 19 (1918) 3. "Comment on Schrodinger's Note 'On a System of Solutions for the Generally Covariant Gravitational Field Equations'," 3 March 1918 33 "Bemerkung zu Herrn Schrodingers Notiz 'Uber ein Losungssystem der allgemein kovarianten Gravitationsgleichungen'" Physikalische Zeitschrift 19 (1918) 4. "On the Foundations of the General Theory of Relativity," 6 March 1918 37 "Prinzipielles zur allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Annalen der Physik 55 (1918) 5. "Critical Comment on a Solution of the Gravitational Field Equations Given by Mr. De Sitter," 7 March 1918 45 "Kritisches zu einer von Hrn. De Sitter gegebenen Losung der Gravitationsgleichungen" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1918) 6. "Is It Possible to Determine Experimentally the X-Ray Refractive Indices of Solids?" 21 March 1918 50 "Lassen sich Brechungsexponenten der Korper fur Rontgenstrahlen experimentell ermitteln?" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 20 (1918) 7. "Motives for Research," 26 April 1918 54 "Motive des Forschens" Zu Max Plancks sechzigstem Geburtstag. Ansprachen, gehalten am 26. April 1918 in der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft von E. War burg, M. v. Laue, A. Sommerfeld und A. Einstein. Karlsruhe: C. F. Mullersche Hofbuchhandlung, 1918 8. "Supplement" to Hermann Weyl, "Gravitation and Electricity," 2 May 1918 60 "Nachtrag" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1918) 9. "The Law of Energy Conservation in the General Theory of Relativity" and "Note Added in Proof," 16 May 1918 63 "Der Energiesatz in der allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" and "Nachtrag zur Korrektur" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1918) 10. Review of Hermann Weyl, Space-Time-Matter: Lectures on General Relativity, 21 June 1918 78 Raum-Zeit-Materie Die Naturwissenschaften 6 (1918) 11. "Private Expert Opinion on the Objection to Patent Application G 43359 of the Society of Nautical Instruments on the Basis of Patent 241637," 16 July 1918 81 "Privatgutachten zu dem Einspruch gegen die Patentanmeldung G43359 der Gesellschaft fur nautische Instrumente auf Grund des Pantentes 241637" 12. Lecture Notes for Courses on Special Relativity at the University of Berlin and the University of Zurich, Winter Semester 1918-1919, 11 October 1918-second half of February 1919 81 Editorial Note: Einstein's Encounters with German anti-Relativists 101 13. "Dialogue about Objections to the Theory of Relativity," before 20 October 1918" 114 "Dialog uber Einwande gegen die Relativitatstheorie" Die Naturwissenschaften 6 (1918) 14. On the Need for a National Assembly, 13 November 1918 123 15. "Comment on E. Gehrcke's Note 'On the Ether'," 29 November 1918 126 16. "To the Society 'A Guaranteed Subsistence for All'," 12 December 1918 129 "An den Verein ',Allgemeine Nahrpflicht'" 17. "Do Gravitational Fields Play an Essential Role in the Structure of the Elementary Particles of Matter?" 10 April 1919 130 "Spielen Gravitationsfelder im Aufbau der materiellen Elementarteilchen eine wesentliche Rolle?" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1919) 18. "Comment about Periodical Fluctuations of Lunar Longitude, Which So Far Appeared to Be Inexplicable in Newtonian Mechanics," 24 April 1919 141 "Bemerkung uber periodische Schwankungen der Mondlange, welche bisher nach der Newtonschen Mechanik nicht erklarbar schienen" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1919) 19. Lecture Notes for Course on General Relativity at the University of Berlin, Summer Semester 1919, May-June 1919 147 20. Excerpt from Lecture Notes for Course on General Relativity at the University of Zurich, Summer Semester 1919, after 3 July 1919 185 21. "Court Expert Opinion in the Matter of Anschutz & Co. vs. Kreiselbau Co.," 23 July 1919 190 "Gerichts-Gutachten in Sachen Anschutz & Co. contra Kreiselbau-Gesellschaft m.b.H." 22. Comment on Albert von Brunn, "On Mr. Einstein's Remark about the Irregular Fluctuations of Lunar Longitude with an Approximate Period of the Rotation of the Lunar Nodes," 24 July 1919 196 "Bemerkung zur vorstehenden Notiz" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1919) 23. "A Test of the General Theory of Relativity," 9 October 1919 199 "Prufung der allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Die Naturwissenschaften 7 (1919) 24. "Leo Arons as Physicist," 17 November 1919 202 "Leo Arons als Physiker" Sozialistische Monatshefte 53 (1919) 25. "What Is the Theory of Relativity?" before 28 November 1919 206 "Was ist die Relativitats-Theorie?" 26. "Time, Space, and Gravitation," 28 November 1919 212 The Times (London), 28 November 1919 27. "Welcoming Address to Paul Colin," 16 December 1919 216 "Begrussung an Herrn Colin, gesprochen im Bund Neues Vaterland am 16. XII. 19" 28. "Induction and Deduction in Physics," 25 December 1919 218 "Induktion und Deduktion in der Physik" Berliner Tageblatt, 25 December 1919 Editorial Note: Einstein and the Jewish Question 221 29. "Immigration from the East," 30 December 1919 237 "Die Zuwanderung aus dem Osten" Berliner Tageblatt, 30 December 1919 30. "Expert Opinion on German Patent 269 498 of the A.E.G., Berlin, on a 'Method for the Production of Tungsten Wires for Filaments in Incandescent Lamps,'" 10 January 1920 242 "Gutachten betreffend D.R.P. 269 498 der A.E.G., Berlin, auf ein 'Verfahren zur Herstellung von Wolframdrahten fur Gluhkorper elektrischer Gluhlampen'" 31. "Fundamental Ideas and Methods of the Theory of Relativity, Presented in Their Development," after 22 January 1920 245 "Grundgedanken und Methoden der Relativitatstheorie, in ihrer Entwicklung dargestellt" 32. In Support of Georg Nicolai, 26 January 1920 282 33. Uproar in the Lecture Hall, 13 February 1920 284 8-Uhr Abendblatt (Berlin), 13 February 1920 34. "Assimilation and Anti-Semitism," 3 April 1920 289 "Assimilation und Antisemitismus" 35. "Anti-Semitism. Defense through Knowledge," after 3 April 1920 294 "Antisemitismus. Abwehr durch Erkenntnis" 36. An Exchange of Scientific Literature, 4 April 1920 298 Neue Zurcher Zeitung, 4 April 1920 37. A Confession, 5 April 1920 302 Israelitisches Wochenblatt fur die Schweiz, 24 September 1920 38. Ether and the Theory of Relativity, before 7 April 1920 305 Ather und Relativitatstheorie. Berlin: Springer, 1920 39. "Propagation of Sound in Partly Dissociated Gases," 8 April 1920 324 "Schallausbreitung in teilweise dissoziierten Gasen" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1920) 40. To the German Central Committee for Foreign Relief, 11 July 1920 332 41. On the Quaker Relief Effort, after 11 July 1920 334 42. To the "General Association for Popular Technical Education," 16 July 1920 335 Neue Freie Presse, 24 July 1920 43. On New Sources of Energy, 25 July 1920 338 Berliner Tageblatt, 25 July 1920 44. "Comment on the Paper by W. R. Hess, 'Contribution to the Theory of the Viscosity of Heterogeneous Systems'," 3 August 1920 341 "Bemerkung zu der Abhandlung von W. R. Hess 'Beitrag zur Theorie der Viskositat heterogener Systeme'" Kolloid-Zeitschrift 27 (1920) 45. "My Response. On the Anti-Relativity Company," 27 August 1920 344 "Meine Antwort. Ueber die anti-relativitatstheoretische G.m.b.H." Berliner Tageblatt, 27 August 1920 46. Discussions of Lectures in Bad Nauheim, 23-24 September 1920 350 Physikalische Zeitschrift 21 (1920) 47. On the Contribution of Intellectuals to International Reconciliation, after 29 September 1920 360 Thoughts on Reconciliation (1920) 48. "Private Expert Opinion for Telefunken on the Patents of Meissner and Kuhn," after 11 November 1920 365 "Privat-Gutachten fur Telefunken uber die Patente von Meissner und Kuhn" 49. Response to Ernst Reichenbacher, "To What Extent Can Modern Gravitational Theory Be Established without Relativity?" 20 November 1920 368 "Antwort auf vorstehende Betrachtung" Die Naturwissenschaften 8 (1920) 50. "Brief Outline of the Development of the Theory of Relativity," after 8 December 1920 372 "Kurze Skizze zur Entwicklung der Relativitatstheorie" 51. "The Common Element in Artistic and Scientific Experience," 27 January 1921 379 "Das Gemeinsame am kunstlerischen und wissenschaftlichen Erleben" Menschen 4 (1921) 52. Geometry and Experience, 27 January 1921 382 Geometrie und Erfahrung. Berlin: Springer, 1921 53. "A Brief Outline of the Development of the Theory of Relativity," 17 February 1921 406 Nature 106 (1920-21) 54. "On a Natural Addition to the Foundation of the General Theory of Relativity," 3 March 1921 411 "Uber eine naheliegende Erganzung des Fundamentes der allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1921) 55. "In My Defense," 16 March 1921 417 "Zur Abwehr" Die Naturwissenschaften 9 (1921) 56. "A Simple Application of the Newtonian Law of Gravitation to Globular Star Clusters," ca. 18 March 1921 420 "Eine einfache Anwendung des Newtonschen Gravitationsgesetzes auf die kugelformigen Sternhaufen" Festschrift der Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft zur Forderung der Wissenschaften zu ihrem zehnjahrigen Jubilaum dargebracht von ihren Instituten. Berlin: Springer, 1921 57. "How I Became a Zionist," before 30 May 1921 426 "Wie ich Zionist wurde" Judische Rundschau, 21 June 1921 58. King's College Lecture, before 13 June 1921 431 59. On a Jewish Palestine. First Version, before 27 June 1921 434 60. On a Jewish Palestine. Final Version, 27 June 1921 438 Judische Rundschau, 1 July 1921 61. On Reporters, 10 August 1921 422 "Einstein und die Interviewer" 62. "On the Founding of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem," 26 August 1921 445 "Zur Errichtung der hebraischen Universitat in Jerusalem" Judische Pressezentrale Zurich, 26 August 1921 63. "On the Special and General Theory of Relativity," after 1 September 1921 449 "Uber die spezielle und allgemeine Relativitatstheorie" 64. Lecture on the Special Theory of Relativity, after 1 September 1921 458 "Spezielle Relativitatstheorie" 65. On the Misery of Children, 7 October 1921 470 66. Court Expert Opinion in the Matter of Signal Co. vs. Atlas Works, ca. 3 December 1921 472 67. "Court Expert Opinion in the Matter of Atlas Works vs. Signal Co.," 3 December 1921 480 "Gerichtsgutachten in Sachen Atlaswerke gegen Signal GmbH" 68. "On an Experiment Concerning the Elementary Process of Light Emission," 8 December 1921 483 "Uber ein den Elementarprozess der Lichtemission betreffendes Experiment" Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1921) 69. Impact of Science on the Development of Pacifism, before 9 December 1921 488 Kurt Lenz and Walter Fabian, eds. Die Friedensbewegung. Ein Handbuch der Weltfriedensstromungen der Gegenwart. Berlin: Schwetschke, 1922 70. "The Plight of German Science. A Danger for the Nation," 21 December 1921 492 "Die Not der deutschen Wissenschaft. Eine Gefahr fur die Nation" Neue Freie Presse, 25 December 1921 71.Four Lectures on the Theory of Relativity, Held at Princeton University in May 19/21, before 4 January 1922 496 APPENDIXES A. Calculations for Doc. 56, after 14 December 1920 579 B. "On the Moment of Momentum in a Magnetized Body," before 2 April 1921 585 Lecture by Wander de Haas after notes by Einstein C. Lectures on Relativity at Princeton University, and Their English Summaries, 9 and 10 May 1921 590 D. "An Interview with Professor Albert Einstein," 4 July 1921 620 "Een interview met prof. Albert Einstein" Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, 4 July 1921 E. Impressions of America, 10 July 1921 628 "Einsteins amerikanische Eindruche. Was er wirklich sah" Vossische Zeitung, 10 July 1921 LITERATURE CITED 631 INDEX 655 INDEX OF CITATIONS 683

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  • List of Texts PART A Vol. 1, 116. From Mileva Maric, after 7 July 1901* Vol. 5, 136a. From Dmitry Mirimanoff, 5 February 1909* Vol. 5, 136b. To Dmitry Mirimanoff, 9 February 1909* Vol. 5, 312a. To Marie Curie, 23 November 1911* Vol. 5, 375a. From Walther Nernst, 23 March 1912* Vol. 5, 430. To Unknown Addressee, 2 March 1913* Vol. 5, 500a. To Jakob Ehrat, 7 January 1914* *The above documents were discovered after the publication of Volume Five. 1. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 2 April 1914 2. To Paul Ehrenfest, before 10 April 1914 3. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, Hans Albert and Eduard Einstein, 10 April 1914 4. From Paul Ehrenfest, 10 April 1914 or later 5. To Joseph Petzoldt, 14 April 1914 6. To Adolf Hurwitz and Family, 4 May 1914 7. To Petr Petrovich Lazarev, 16 May 1914 8. To Paul Ehrenfest, 18 May 1914 9. From Paul Ehrenfest, 20 May 1914 10. From Paul Ehrenfest, 21 May 1914 11. To Paul Ehrenfest, 25 May 1914 12. To Otto Stern, after 4 June 1914 13. To Joseph Petzoldt, 11 June 1914 14. To Wilhelm Wien, 15 June 1914 15. From Wilhelm Wien, 19 June 1914 16. From Walter Schottky, 25 June 1914 17. From Walther Nernst, 2 July 1914 18. To Max Planck, 7 July 1914 19. To Paul Ehrenfest, 8 July 1914 20. From Max Planck, 12 July 1914 21. To Fritz Reiche, 18 July 1914 22. Memorandum to Mileva Einstein-Maric, with Comments, ca. 18 July 1914 23. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, ca. 18 July 1914 24. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, ca. 18 July 1914 25. To Robert Heller, 20 July 1914 26. To Elsa Einstein, 26 July 1914 27. To Elsa Einstein, after 26 July 1914 28. To Elsa Einstein, before 30 July 1914 29. To Elsa Einstein, 30 July 1914 30. To Elsa Einstein, 30 July 1914 31. To Elsa Einstein, 3 August 1914 32. To Elsa Einstein, after 3 August 1914 33. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 18 August 1914 34. To Paul Ehrenfest, 19 August 1914 35. To Hans Albert Einstein, 10 September 1914 36. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 15 September 1914 37. To Adolf Schmidt, 30 October 1914 38. From Adolf Schmidt, 31 October 1914 39. To Paul Ehrenfest, beginning December 1914 40. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 12 December 1914 41. To Michael Polanyi, 13 December 1914 42. To Michael Polanyi, 30 December 1914 43. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, between 1 and 23 January 1915 44. To Edgar Meyer, 2 January 1915 45. To Paolo Straneo, 7 January 1915 46. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 12 January 1915 47. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 23 January 1915 48. To Hans Albert Einstein, 25 January 1915 49. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 27 January 1915 50. To Wladyslaw Natanson, 27 January 1915 51. To Wilhelm Waldeyer, 27 January 1915 52. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 3 February 1915 53. To Erwin Freundlich, ca. 3 February 1915 54. To Erwin Freundlich, 5 February 1915 55. To Michael Polanyi, 10 February 1915 56. To Michele Besso, 12 February 1915 57. To Georg Nicolai, 20 February 1915 58. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 1 March 1915 59. To Erwin Freundlich, between 1 and 25 March 1915 60. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 5 March 1915 61. To Wander de Haas, 17 March 1915 62. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 17 March 1915 63. To Erwin Freundlich, 19 March 1915 64. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 20 March 1915 65. To Romain Rolland, 22 March 1915 66. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 26 March 1915 67. From Tullio Levi-Civita, 28 March 1915 68. From Romain Rolland, 28 March 1915 69. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 2 April 1915 70. To Hans Albert Einstein, before 4 April 1915 71. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 8 April 1915 72. To Geertruida de Haas, before 10 April 1915 73. To Heinrich Zangger, ca. 10 April 1915 74. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 11 April 1915 75. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 14 April 1915 76. To Fritz Weishut, 18 April 1915 77. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 20 April 1915 78. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 21 April 1915 79. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 28 April 1915 80. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 5 May 1915 81. To Michael Polanyi, 8 May 1915 82. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, ca. 10 May 1915 83. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 15 May 1915 84. To Heinrich Zangger, 17 May 1915 85. From Max von Laue, 27 May 1915 86. To Heinrich Zangger, 28 May 1915 87. To Walter Dallenbach, 31 May 1915 88. From Helene Katz, 11 June 1915 89. To Michael Polanyi, 18 June 1915 90. From Hans Reissner, 22 June 1915 91. To David Hilbert, 24 June 1915 92. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 6 July 1915 93. To Michael Polanyi, 6 July 1915 94. To Heinrich Zangger, 7 July 1915 95. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 9 July 1915 96. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 15 July 1915 97. From Heinrich Mousson, 19 July 1915 98. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 21 July 1915 99. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 24 July 1915 100. To Heinrich Mousson, 24 July 1915 101. To Heinrich Zangger, between 24 July and 7 August 1915 102. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 2 August 1915 103. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 2 August 1915 104. To Wander de Haas, 7 August 1915 105. From Knud A. Nissen, 9 August 1915 106. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 10 August 1915 107. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 14 August 1915 108. To Paul Hertz, between 14 August and 4 November 1915 109. To Pieter Zeeman, 15 August 1915 110. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 16 August 1915 111. To Paul Hertz, 22 August 1915 112. To Paul Ehrenfest, 23 August 1915 113. To Wladyslaw Natanson, 24 August 1915 114. To Elsa Einstein, 30 August 1915 115. To Elsa Einstein, 3 September 1915 116. To Elsa Einstein, 11 September 1915 117. To Elsa Einstein, 13 September 1915 118. To Romain Rolland, 15 September 1915 119. To Heinrich Mousson, 17 September 1915 120. To Heinrich Zangger, 19 September 1915 121. To Heinrich Zangger, 21 September 1915 122. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 23 September 1915 123. To Erwin Freundlich, 30 September 1915 124. To Otto Naumann, after 1 October 1915 125. To Paul Hertz, before 8 October 1915 126. To Paul Hertz, before 8 October 1915 127. From Paul Hertz, 8 October 1915 128. To Paul Hertz, 9 October 1915 129. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 12 October 1915 130. To Heinrich Zangger, 15 October 1915 131. To Walther Schucking, 22 October 1915 132. To Berliner Goethebund, after 23 October 1915 133. From Michele Besso, ca. 30 October 1915 134. To Hans Albert Einstein, 4 November 1915 135. From Mileva Einstein-Maric, 5 November 1915 136. To David Hilbert, 7 November 1915 137. From Max Planck, 7 November 1915 138. To Berliner Goethebund, 11 November 1915 139. To David Hilbert, 12 November 1915 140. From David Hilbert, 13 November 1915 141. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, before 15 November 1915 142. To Hans Albert Einstein, 15 November 1915 143. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 15 November 1915 144. To David Hilbert, 15 November 1915 145. From Max Planck, 15 November 1915 146. To Berliner Goethebund, 16 November 1915 147. To Michele Besso, 17 November 1915 148. To David Hilbert, 18 November 1915 149. From David Hilbert, 19 November 1915 150. To Hans Albert Einstein, 23 November 1915 151. To Erwin Freundlich, 24 November 1915 152. To Heinrich Zangger, 26 November 1915 153. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 28 November 1915 154. From Michele Besso, 29 November 1915 155. To Michele Besso, 30 November 1915 156. To Hans Albert Einstein, 30 November 1915 157. To Erwin Freundlich, 30 November 1915 158. From Michele Besso, after 30 November 1915 159. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 1 December 1915 160. To Otto Naumann, 7 December 1915 161. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 9 December 1915 162. To Michele Besso, 10 December 1915 163. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 10 December 1915 164. From Michele Besso, 11 December 1915 165. To Moritz Schlick, 14 December 1915 166. To Hans Albert Einstein, 18 December 1915 167. To David Hilbert, 20 December 1915 168. To Michele Besso, 21 December 1915 169. From Karl Schwarzschild, 22 December 1915 170. To Hans Albert Einstein, 23 December 1915 171. To Royal Society of Sciences in Gottingen, 23 December 1915 172. To Hans Albert Einstein, 25 December 1915 173. To Paul Ehrenfest, 26 December 1915 174. To Paul Ehrenfest, 29 December 1915 175. To Wladyslaw Natanson, 29 December 1915 176. To Karl Schwarzschild, 29 December 1915 177. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 1 January 1916 178. To Michele Besso, 3 January 1916 179. To Paul Ehrenfest, 3 January 1916 180. To Paul Ehrenfest, 5 January 1916 181. To Karl Schwarzschild, 9 January 1916 182. To Paul Ehrenfest, 17 January 1916 183. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 17 January 1916 184. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 19 January 1916 185. To Paul Ehrenfest, 24 January 1916 or later 186. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 2 February 1916 187. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 6 February 1916 188. From Karl Schwarzschild, 6 February 1916 189. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 8 February 1916 190. To Hermann Struve, 13 February 1916 191. To Otto Stern, 15 February 1916 192. To Otto Stern, after 15 February 1916 193. To David Hilbert, 18 February 1916 194. To Karl Schwarzschild, 19 February 1916 195. To Max Born, 27 February 1916 196. To Wilhelm Wien, 28 February 1916 197. To Hans Albert Einstein, 3 March 1916 198. To Otto Stern, 10 March 1916 199. To Hans Albert Einstein, 11 March 1916 200. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 12 March 1916 201. From Otto Stern, 13 March 1916 202. To Hans Albert Einstein, 16 March 1916 203. To Wilhelm Wien, 18 March 1916 204. From Wilhelm Foerster, 25 March 1916 205. To Otto Stern, 27 March 1916 206. To Hans Albert Einstein, 30 March 1916 207. To David Hilbert, 30 March 1916 208. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 1 April 1916 209. To Michele Besso, 6 April 1916 210. To Hans Albert and Eduard Einstein, 6 April 1916 211. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 8 April 1916 212. To Elsa Einstein, 12 April 1916 213. To Elsa Einstein, 15 April 1916 214. To Hans Albert Einstein, 15 April 1916 215. To Michele Besso, 21 April 1916 216. To Elsa Einstein, 21 April 1916 217. To Michele Besso, 22 April 1916 218. To Paul Ehrenfest, 29 April 1916 219. To Michele Besso, 14 May 1916 220. To Paul Ehrenfest, 24 May 1916 221. To David Hilbert, 25 May 1916 222. From David Hilbert, 27 May 1916 223. To David Hilbert, 30 May 1916 224. To David Hilbert, 2 June 1916 225. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, 6 June 1916 226. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 17 June 1916 227. To Willem de Sitter, 22 June 1916 228. From Theophile de Donder, 27 June 1916 229. From Michele Besso, 28 June 1916 230. To Theophile de Donder, 30 June 1916 231. From Theophile de Donder, 4 July 1916 232. To Theophile de Donder, 8 July 1916 233. To Michele Besso, 14 July 1916 234. From Theophile de Donder, 14 July 1916 235. To Willem de Sitter, 15 July 1916 236. To Theophile de Donder, 17 July 1916 237. From Michele Besso, 17 July 1916 238. To Michele Besso, 21 July 1916 239. To Michele Besso, 21 July 1916 240. To Theophile de Donder, 23 July 1916 241. To Hans Albert Einstein, 25 July 1916 242. To Heinrich Zangger, 25 July 1916 243. From Willem de Sitter, 27 July 1916 244. From Willem de Sitter, 27 July 1916 245. To Michele Besso, 31 July 1916 246. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 3 August 1916 247. From Gunnar Nordstrom, 3 August 1916 248. From Theophile de Donder, 6 August 1916 249. From Theophile de Donder, 8 August 1916 250. To Michele Besso, 11 August 1916 251. To Michele Besso, 24 August 1916 252. To Heinrich Zangger, 24 August 1916 253. To Paul Ehrenfest, 25 August 1916 254. To Michele Besso, 6 September 1916 255. To Constantin Caratheodory, 6 September 1916 256. To Paul Ehrenfest, 6 September 1916 257. To Hedwig Born, 8 September 1916 258. To Helene Savic, 8 September 1916 259. To Paul Ehrenfest, 14 September 1916 260. To Michele Besso, 26 September 1916 261. To Hans Albert Einstein, 26 September 1916 262. To Wander and Geertruida de Haas, 3 October 1916 263. To Hans Albert Einstein, 13 October 1916 264. To Werner Weisbach, 14 October 1916 265. To Carl Kormann, 15 October 1916 266. From Carl Kormann, 16 October 1916 267. To Wilhelm Wien, 17 October 1916 268. To Paul and Tatiana Ehrenfest, 18 October 1916 269. To Paul Ehrenfest, 24 October 1916 270. To Michele Besso, 31 October 1916 271. To Hans Albert Einstein, after 31 October 1916 Editorial Note: The Einstein-De Sitter-Weyl-Klein Debate 272. From Willem de Sitter, 1 November 1916 273. To Willem de Sitter, 4 November 1916 274. To Wilhelm Ostwald, 6 November 1916 275. To Paul Ehrenfest, 7 November 1916 276. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 13 November 1916 277. To Paul Ehrenfest, 17 November 1916 278. To Hermann Weyl, 23 November 1916 279. To Hans Albert Einstein, 26 November 1916 280. To Wilhelm Rontgen, 29 November 1916 281. From Gunnar Nordstrom, 30 November 1916 282. To Paul Ehrenfest, 4 December 1916 283. From Michele Besso, 5 December 1916 284. To Constantin Caratheodory, 10 December 1916 285. From Constantin Caratheodory, 16 December 1916 286. To Hermann Weyl, 3 January 1917 287. To Hans Albert Einstein, 8 January 1917 288. From Alexander Moszkowski, 18 January 1917 289. To Georg Nicolai, ca. 22 January 1917 290. To Willem de Sitter, 23 January 1917 291. To Wladyslaw Natanson, 28 January 1917 292. From Alexander Moszkowski, 1 February 1917 293. To Willem de Sitter, 2 February 1917 294. To Paul Ehrenfest, 4 February 1917 295. From Max Planck, 4 February 1917 296. From Moritz Schlick, 4 February 1917 297. To Moritz Schlick, 6 February 1917 298. To Paul Ehrenfest, 14 February 1917 299. To Walter Dallenbach, after 15 February 1917 300. To Erwin Freundlich, 18 February 1917 or later 301. To Kathia Adler, 20 February 1917 302. From Georg Nicolai, 26 February 1917 303. To Georg Nicolai, 28 February 1917 304. To Georg Nicolai, after 28 February 1917 305. To Walther Rathenau, 8 March 1917 306. To Michele Besso, 9 March 1917 307. From Friedrich Adler, 9 March 1917 308. To Michele Besso, after 9 March 1917 309. To Heinrich Zangger, 10 March 1917 310. To Heinrich Zangger, after 10 March 1917 311. To Willem de Sitter, before 12 March 1917 312. From Willem de Sitter, 15 March 1917 313. From Willem de Sitter, 20 March 1917 314. To Moritz Schlick, 21 March 1917 315. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, 22 March 1917 316. From Friedrich Adler, 23 March 1917 317. To Willem de Sitter, 24 March 1917 318. From Max von Laue, 24 March 1917 319. To Felix Klein, 26 March 1917 320. To Moritz Schlick, 1 April 1917 321. From Willem de Sitter, 1 April 1917 322. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 3 April 1917 323. To Felix Klein, 4 April 1917 324. To Friedrich Adler, 13 April 1917 325. To Willem de Sitter, 14 April 1917 326. From Otto Neurath, 15 April 1917 327. From Willem de Sitter, 18 April 1917 328. To Felix Klein, 21 April 1917 329. From Friedrich Adler, 25 April 1917 330. To Eduard Hartmann, 27 April 1917 331. To Michele Besso, 29 April 1917 332. To Emil Beck, 30 April 1917 333. From Michele Besso, 4 May 1917 334. From Michele Besso, 5 May 1917 335. To Michele Besso, 7 May 1917 336. From Friedrich Adler, 7 May 1917 337. From Walther Rathenau, 10-11 May 1917 338. To Paul Mamroth, 11 May 1917 339. To Michele Besso, 13 May 1917 340. To Michele Besso, 15 May 1917 341. To David Hilbert, 19 May 1917 342. From Heinrich Zangger, 20 May 1917 343. To Moritz Schlick, 21 May 1917 344. To Paul Ehrenfest, 25 May 1917 345. From Max Planck, 26 May 1917 346. From Gustav Mie, 30 May 1917 347. From Wilhelm Wien, 1 June 1917 348. To Gustav Mie, 2 June 1917 349. To Wilhelm Wien, 2 June 1917 350. To Paul Ehrenfest, 3 June 1917 351. To Willem de Sitter, 14 June 1917 352. From Paul Ehrenfest, 14 June 1917 353. From Erwin Freundlich, 17 June 1917 354. From Max von Laue, 18 June 1917 355. From Willem de Sitter, 20 June 1917 356. To Willem de Sitter, 22 June 1917 357. To Michele Besso, 24 June 1917 358. From Max von Laue, 25 June 1917 359. To Willem de Sitter, 28 June 1,917 360. From Friedrich Adler, 4 July 1917 361. From Hans Thirring, 11-17 July 1917 362. To Paul Ehrenfest, 22 July 1917 363. To Willem de Sitter, 22 July 1917 364. From Franz Selety, 23 July 1917 365. To Heinrich Zangger, 29 July 1917 366. To Willem de Sitter, 31 July 1917 367. To Michele and Anna Besso-Winteler, 1 August 1917 368. To Tullio Levi-Civita, 2 August 1917 369. To Hans Thirring, 2 August 1917 370. To Willem de Sitter, 8 August 1917 371. To Michele Besso, 15 August 1917 372. To Paul Seippel, 19 August 1917 373. From Romain Rolland, 21 August 1917 374. To Romain Rolland, 22 August 1917 375. From Tullio Levi-Civita, 23 August 1917 376. From Romain Rolland, 23 August 1917 377. To Michele Besso, 3 September 1917 378. To Erwin Freundlich, 3 September 1917 379. From Adolf von Harnack, 12 September 1917 380. To Wladyslaw Natanson, 14 September 1917 381. To Michele Besso, 22 September 1917 382. From Gunnar Nordstrom, 22-28 September 1917 383. To Edouard Guillaume, 24 September 1917 384. To Walter Schottky, 26 September 1917 385. From Edouard Guillaume, 3 October 1917 386. To Adolf von Harnack, 6 October 1917 387. To Edouard Guillaume, 9 October 1917 388. To Walter Schottky, 10 October 1917 389. From Adolf von Harnack, 10 October 1917 390. To Hans Albert Einstein, 15 October 1917 391. To Werner Weisbach, 15 October 1917 392. From Edouard Guillaume, 17 October 1917 393. From Gunnar Nordstrom, 23 October 1917 394. To Edouard Guillaume, 24 October 1917 395. From Franz Selety, 29 October 1917 396. To Edgar Meyer, 30 October 1917 397. From Zofija Smoluchowska-Baraniecka, 8 November 1917 398. From Rudolf Forster, 11 November 1917 399. To Paul Ehrenfest, 12 November 1917 400. To Rudolf Forster, 16 November 1917 401. From Hans Thirring, 3 December 1917 402. From Erwin Freundlich, 4 December 1917 403. To Heinrich Zangger, 6 December 1917 404. From Erwin Freundlich, 6 December 1917 405. To Hans Thirring, 7 December 1917 406. To Hans Albert Einstein, 9 December 1917 407. To Gustav Mie, 14 December 1917 408. To Felix Klein, 15 December 1917 409. To Wilhelm von Siemens, before 16 December 1917 410. From Gustav Mie, 17 December 1917 411. From Heinrich Zangger, 17 December 1917 412. From Heinrich Zangger, 17 December 1917 413. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 18 December 1917 414. From Max von Laue, 19 December 1917 415. To Otto Marx, 22 December 1917 416. To Gustav Mie, 22 December 1917 417. To Hans Albert Einstein, 24 December 1917 418. From Walther Nernst, 25 December 1917 419. From Michele Besso, 27 December 1917 420. From Rudolf Forster, 28 December 1917 421. To Gustav Mie, 29 December 1917 422. From Mercur Aircraft Company, 29 December 1917 423. From Max Planck, 29 December 1917 424. From Heinrich Zangger, 31 December 1917 425. To Wilhelm von Siemens, 4 January 1918 PART B 426. From Wilhelm Schweydar, 4 January 1918 427. From Wilhelm Schweydar, 4 January 1918 428. To Michele Besso, 5 January 1918 429. To Roland von Eotvos, 5 January 1918 430. From Karl Scheel, 5 January 1918 431. From Hugo A. Kruss, 6 January 1918 432. From Pieter Zeeman, 8 January 1918 433. From Hugo A. Kruss, 9 January 1918 434. From Gustav Muller, 9 January 1918 435. To Hugo A. Kruss, 10 January 1918 436. From Rudolf Humm, 15 January 1918 437. To Pieter Zeeman, 16 January 1918 438. To Erwin Freundlich, before 17 January 1918 439. To Rudolf Forster, 17 January 1918 440. To Rudolf Humm, 18 January 1918 441. From Wilhelm von Siemens, 21 January 1918 442. To Hans Albert Einstein, 25 January 1918 443. From Roland von Eotvos, 27 January 1918 444. From Heinrich Zangger, 28 January 1918 445. From Fritz Haber, before 29 January 1918 446. To Fritz Haber, 29 January 1918 447. From Max von Laue, 30 January 1918 448. To Max Planck, after 30 January 1918 449. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 31 January 1918 450. To Roland von Eotvos, 31 January 1918 451. To Hugo A. Kruss, 31 January 1918 452. From Cornelia and Gunnar Nordstrom, 31 January 1918 453. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 1 February 1918 454. To Arnold Sommerfeld, after 1 February 1918 455. From Ernst Troeltsch, 4 February 1918 456. From Gustav Mie, 5 February 1918 457. From Mileva Einstein-Maric, after 6 February 1918 458. From Ernst Troeltsch, 7 February 1918 459. To Hedwig Born, 8 February 1918 460. To Gustav Mie, 8 February 1918 461. From Emil Warburg, 8 February 1918 462. From Max Planck, 13 February 1918 463. From Rudolf Forster, 16 February 1918 464. From Arnold Sommerfeld, 16 February 1918 465. From Gustav Mie, 17-19 February 1918 466. From Max von Laue, 18 February 1918 467. To Rudolf Forster, 19 February 1918 468. From Hermann Coenen, 21 February 1918 469. From Heinrich Zangger, 21 February 1918 470. To Gustav Mie, 22 February 1918 471. To Karl Camillo Schneider, 24 February 1918 472. From Hermann Weyl, 1 March 1918 473. From Heinrich Zangger, 4 March 1918 474. To Anna Besso-Winteler, after 4 March 1918 475. From Anna Besso-Winteler, after 4 March 1918 476. To Hermann Weyl, 8 March 1918 477. From Arnold Sommerfeld, 8 March 1918 478. From Karl Scheel, 9 March 1918 479. From Max Planck, 12 March 1918 480. To Felix Klein, 13 March 1918 481. From Karl Camillo Schneider, 16 March 1918 482. From Karl Camillo Schneider, after 16 March 1918 483. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 17 March 1918 484. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, after 17 March 1918 485. From Rudolf Forster, 19 March 1918 486. From Max Planck, 19 March 1918 487. From Felix Klein, 20 March 1918 488. From Gustav Mie, 21 March 1918 489. From Elisabeth Warburg, 21 March 1918 490. From Georg Helm, 22 March 1918 491. To Otto H. Warburg, 23 March 1918 492. To Felix Klein, 24 March 1918 493. To Gustav Mie, 24 March 1918 494. From Paul Ehrenfest, 27 March 1918 495. From Friedrich Kottler, 30 March 1918 496. From Romeo Wankmuller, 30 March 1918 497. From Hermann Weyl, 5 April 1918 498. To Hermann Weyl, 6 April 1918 499. To Hermann Weyl, 8 April 1918 500. To Felix Klein, 10 April 1918 501. From Willem de Sitter, 10 April 1918 502. To Hugo A. Kruss, before 11 April 1918 503. To David Hilbert, 12 April 1918 504. From Wilhelm Schweydar, 14 April 1918 505. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, before 15 April 1918 506. To Willem de Sitter, 15 April 1918 507. To Hermann Weyl, 15 April 1918 508. From Hugo A. Kruss, 15 April 1918 509. From Hermann Weyl, 15 April 1918 510. From Margarete Hamburger, 16 April 1918 511. To Hermann Weyl, 18 April 1918 512. To Hermann Weyl, 19 April 1918 513. To Hermann Weyl, 19 April 1918 514. To Heinrich Zangger, 22 April 1918 515. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 23 April 1918 516. To Auguste Hochberger, before 24 April 1918 517. To Auguste Hochberger, before 24 April 1918 518. From Felix Klein, 25 April 1918 519. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 26 April 1918 520. To Hans Albert Einstein, after 26 April 1918 521. To David Hilbert, before 27 April 1918 522. To David Hibert, before 27 April 1918 523. To Felix Klein, 27 April 1918 524. From David Hilbert, 27 April 1918 525. From Hermann Weyl, 27 April 1918 526. From Hermann Weyl, 28 April 1918 527. From Marga Planck, 30 April 1918 528. To Paul Ehrenfest, 1 May 1918 529. To Hermann Weyl, 1 May 1918 530. From David Hilbert, 1 May 1918 531. From Ernst Troeltsch, 1 May 1918 532. From Gustav Mie, 6 May 1918 533. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, before 8 May 1918 534. From Paul Ehrenfest, 8 May 1918 535. To Hermann Weyl, 10 May 1918 536. To Ilse Einstein, 12 May 1918 537. To Georg Nicolai, 12 May 1918 538. From Max Wien, 12 May 1918 539. From Charlotte Weigert, 15 May 1918 540. From Felix Klein, 18 May 1918 541. From Georg Nicolai, 18 May 1918 542. From Max Wien, 18 May 1918 543. To Felix Klein, 19 May 1918 544. From Hermann Weyl, 19 May 1918 545. Ilse Einstein to Georg Nicolai, 22 May 1918 546. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 23 May 1918 547. From Zionist Association of Germany, 23 May 1918 548. To David Hilbert, 24 May 1918 549. To Felix Klein, 28 May 1918 550. From Max von Laue, 29 May 1918 551. To Hermann Weyl, 31 May 1918 552. From Felix Klein, 31 May 1918 553. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 1 June 1918 554. From Felix Klein, 1 June 1918 555. From Arnold Sommerfeld, after 1 June 1918 556. To Felix Klein, before 3 June 1918 557. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 4 June 1918 558. To Paul Ehrenfest, 5 June 1918 559. From Anschutz and Company, 6 June 1918 560. To Adolf Kneser, 7 June 1918 561. To Felix Klein, 9 June 1918 562. Divorce Agreement, 12 June 1918 563. From Hugo A. Kruss, 13 June 1918 564. From Walter Dallenbach, 15 June 1918 565. To Walter Dallenbach, after 15 June 1918 566. From Felix Klein, 16 June 1918 567. To Felix Klein, 20 June 1918 568. From Anschutz and Company, 21 June 1918 569. To Walter Schottky, 23 June 1918 570. To Max Born, 24 June 1918 571. To Heinrich Zangger, 24 June 1918 572. To Michele Besso, before 28 June 1918 573. To Eduard Einstein, before 28 June 1918 574. To Karl Scheel, 29 June 1918 575. To Max Born, after 29 June 1918 576. To Hans Albert Einstein, after 29 June 1918 577. From Peter Debye, 2 July 1918 578. To Max Planck, after 2 July 1918 579. To Hermann Weyl, 3 July 1918 580. To Max Born, after 3 July 1918 581. From Felix Klein, 5 July 1918 582. From Friedrich Adler, 6 July 1918 583. From Adolf Kneser, 7 July 1918 584. From Max Planck, 8 July 1918 585. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, before 9 July 1918 586. To Michele Besso, 9 July 1918 587. From Anschutz and Company, 12 July 1918 588. From Felix Klein, 15 July 1918 589. To Felix Klein, 22 July 1918 590. From Hedwig and Max Born, 28 July 1918 591. To Michele Besso, 29 July 1918 592. To Arnold Sommerfeld, between 1 August and November 1918 593. To Hedwig and Max Born, 2 August 1918 594. To Friedrich Adler, 4 August 1918 595. To Walter Dallenbach, 8 August 1918 596. From Friedrich Adler, 9 August 1918 597. To Heinrich Zangger, before 11 August 1918 598. From Heinrich Zangger, before 11 August 1918 599. From Edgar Meyer, 11 August 1918 600. From Theodor Rosenheim, 11 August 1918 601. To Heinrich Zangger, 16 August 1918 602. To Edgar Meyer, 18 August 1918 603. From Hermann Anschutz-Kaempfe, 19 August 1918 604. To Michele Besso, 20 August 1918 605. To Felix Ehrenhaft, 20 August 1918 606. To Hermann Anschutz-Kaempfe, 22 August 1918 607. To Michele Besso, 28 August 1918 608. To Paul Ehrenfest, 4 September 1918 609. From Peter Debye, 4 September 1918 610. From Max Frischeisen-Kohler, 5 September 1918 611. From Kurt Hiller, 7 September 1918 612. To Michele Besso, 8 September 1918 613. To Kurt Hiller, 9 September 1918 614. From Edgar Meyer, 12 September 1918 615. To Lise Meitner, before 14 September 1918 616. To Lise Meitner, 14 September 1918 617. To Ernst Trendelenburg, 16 September 1918 618. To Eduard Study, 17 September 1918 619. From Hermann Weyl, 18 September 1918 620. From Friedrich Adler, 20 September 1918 621. To Paul and Maja Winteler-Einstein, and Pauline Einstein, 23 September 1918 622. From Eduard Study, 23 September 1918 623. From Hans Vaihinger, 23 September 1918 624. To Eduard Study, 25 September 1918 625. To Paul Ehrenfest, 27 September 1918 626. To Hermann Weyl, 27 September 1918 627. From Eduard Study, 27 September 1918 628. To Friedrich Adler, 29 September 1918 629. To Friedrich Adler, 30 September 1918 630. From Felix Ehrenhaft, 3 October 1918 631. To Pauline Einstein, 8 October 1918 632. From Friedrich Adler, 12 October 1918 633. To Edgar Meyer, after 12 October 1918 634. To Hans Albert Einstein, 17 October 1918 635. To Nobel Committee for Physics of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, before 18 October 1918 636. To Friedrich Adler, 20 October 1918 637. From Edgar Meyer, 20 October 1918 638. To Felix Klein, 22 October 1918 639. From Hans Muhsam, 24 October 1918 640. From Max Planck, 26 October 1918 641. To Felix Klein, 28 October 1918 642. To Lise Meitner, 29 October 1918 643. From Paul Bernays, 2 November 1918 644. To Edgar Meyer, 4 November 1918 645. From Felix Klein, 5 November 1918 646. To Felix Klein, 8 November 1918 647. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, ca. 9 November 1918 648. From Heinrich Zangger, ca. 10 November 1918 649. From Michele Besso, 10 November 1918 650. From Felix Klein, 10 November 1918 651. To Pauline Einstein, 11 November 1918 652. To Paul and Maja Winteler-Einstein, 11 November 1918 653. To Leo Arons, 12 November 1918 or later 654. To Svante Arrhenius, 14 November 1918 655. To Ludwig Quidde, 15 November 1918 656. From Ludwig Quidde, 16 November 1918 657. From Hermann Weyl, 16 November 1918 658. To Arnold Berliner, before 19 November 1918 659. From Paul Bernays, 22 November 1918 660. To Carl Heinrich Becker, 25 November 1918 661. To Hermann Weyl, 29 November 1918 662. From Arnold Sommerfeld, 3 December 1918 663. To Michele Besso, 4 December 1918 664. To Paul Ehrenfest, 6 December 1918 665. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 6 December 1918 666. From Zionist Association of Germany, 9 December 1918 667. To Hans Albert and Eduard Einstein, 10 December 1918 668. To Moritz Schlick, 10 December 1918 669. From Hermann Weyl, 10 December 1918 670. From Heinrich Mousson, 12 December 1918 671. From Zionist Association of Germany, 12 December 1918 672. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, mid-December 1918 673. To Hermann Weyl, 16 December 1918 674. To Heinrich Mousson, 17 December 1918 675. To Fritz Haber, before 20 December 1918 676. Deposition in Divorce Proceedings, 23 December 1918 677. To Felix Klein, 27 December 1918

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  • List of Texts ix INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 2 xvi Supplement to the Editorial Method in Volume One xxxi A Note on Secondary Literature xxxiii Acknowledgments xxxiv Translation xxxv List of Location Symbols xxxvi TEXTS 3 Editoral Note: Einstein on the Nature of Molecular Forces 3 1. "Conclusions Drawn from the Phenomena of Capillarity," 13 December 1900 "Folgerungen aus den Capillaritatserscheinungen" Annalen der Physik 4 (1901) 9 2. "On the Thermodynamic Theory of the Difference in Potentials between Metals and Fully Dissociated Solutions of Their Salts and on an Electrical Method for Investigating Molecular Forces," April 1902 "Ueber die thermodynamische Theorie der Potentialdifferenz zwischen Metallen und vollstandig dissociirten Losungen ihrer Salze und uber eine elektrische Methode zur Erforschung der Molecularkrafte" Annalen der Physik 8 (1902) 22 Editorial Note: Einstein on the Foundations of Statistical Physics 41 3. "Kinetic Theory of Thermal Equilibrium and of the Second Law of Thermodynamics," June 1902 "Kinetische Theorie des Warmegleichgewichtes und des zweiten Hauptsatzes der Thermodynamik" Annalen der Physik 9 (1902) 56 4. "A Theory of the Foundations of Thermodynamics," January 1903 "Eine Theorie der Grundlagen der Thermodynamik" Annalen der Physik 11 (1903) 76 5. "On the General Molecular Theory of Heat," 27 March 1904 "Zur allgemeinen molekularen Theorie der Warme" Annalen der Physik 14 (1904) 98 Editorial Note: Einstein's Reviews for the Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 109 6. Review of Giuseppe Belluzzo, "Principles of Graphic Thermodynamics," first half of March 1905 "Principi di termodinamica grafica" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 112 7. Review of Albert Fliegner, "On Clausius's Law of Entropy," first half of March 1905 "Uber den Clausius'schen Entropiesatz" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 115 8. Review of William McFadden Orr, "On Clausius' Theorem for Irreversible Cycles, and on the Increase of Entropy," first half of March 1905 Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 118 9. Review of George Hartley Bryan, "The Law of Degradation of Energy as the Fundamental Principle of Thermodynamics," first half of March 1905 Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 120 10. Review of Nikolay Nikolayevich Schiller, "Some Concerns Regarding the Theory of Entropy Increase Due to the Diffusion of Gases Where the Initial Pressures of the Latter Are Equal," first half of March 1905 "Einige Bedenken betreffend die Theorie der Entropievermehrung durch Diffusion der Gase bei einander gleichen Anfangsspannungen der letzteren" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 122 11. Review of Jakob Johann Weyrauch, "On the Specific Heats of Superheated Water Vapor," first half of March 1905 "Ueber die spezifischen Warmen des uberhitzten Wasserdampfes" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 125 12. Review of Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff, "The Influence of the Change in Specific Heat on the Work of Conversion," first half of March 1905 "Einfluss der Anderung der spezifischen Warme auf die Umwandlungsarbeit" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 127 13. Review of Arturo Giammarco, "A Case of Corresponding States in Thermodynamics," first half of March 1905 "Un caso di corrispondenza in termodinamica" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 131 Editorial Note: Einstein's Early Work on the Quantum Hypothesis 134 14. "On a Heuristic Point of View Concerning the Production and Transformation of Light," 17 March 1905 "Uber einen die Erzeugung und Verwandlung des Lichtes betreffenden heuristischen Gesichtspunkt" Annalen der Physik 17 (1905) 149 Editorial Note: Einstein's Dissertation on the Determination of Molecular Dimensions 170 15. A New Determination of Molecular Dimensions (University of Zurich dissertation), 30 April 1905 Eine neue Bestimmung der Molekuldimensionen Bern: Buchdruckerei K. J. Wyss, 1906 183 Editorial Note: Einstein on Brownian Motion 206 16. "On the Movement of Small Particles Suspended in Stationary Liquids Required by the Molecular-Kinetic Theory of Heat," May 1905 "Uber die von der molekularkinetischen Theorie der Warme geforderte Bewegung von in ruhenden Flussigkeiten suspendierten Teilchen" Annalen der Physik 17 (1905) 223 17. Review of Karl Fredrik Slotte, "On the Heat of Fusion," second half of June 1905 "Uber die Schmelzwarme" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 237 18. Review of Karl Fredrik Slotte, "Conclusions Drawn from a Thermodynamic Equation," second half of June 1905 "Folgerungen aus einer thermodynamischen Gleichung" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 240 19. Review of Emile Mathias, "The Constant a of Rectilinear Diameters and the Laws of Corresponding States," second half of June 1905 "La constante a des dametres rectilignes et les lois des etats correspondants" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 242 20. Review of Max Planck, "On Clausius' Theorem for Irreversible Cycles, and on the Increase of Entropy," second half of June 1905 Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 245 21. Review of Edgar Buckingham, "On Certain Difficulties Which Are Encountered in the Study of Thermodynamics," second half of June 1905 Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 247 22. Review of Paul Langevin, "On a Fundamental Formula of the Kinetic Theory," second half of June 1905 "Sur une formule fondamentale de la theorie cinetique" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 250 Editorial Note: Einstein on the Theory of Relativity 253 23. "On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies," June 1905 "Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Korper" Annalen der Physik 17 (1905) 275 24. "Does the Inertia of a Body Depend upon its Energy Content?" September 1905 "Ist die Tragheit eines Korpers von seinem Energieinhalt abhangig?" Annalen der Physik 18 (1905) 311 25. Review of Heinrich Birven, Fundamentals of the Mechanical Theory of Heat, second half of September 1905 Grundzuge der mechanischen Warmetheorie Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 316 26. Review of Auguste Ponsot, "Heat in the Displacement of the Equilibrium of a Capillary System," second half of September 1905 "Chaleur dans le deplacement de l'equilibre d'un systeme capillaire" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 318 27. Review of Karl Bohlin, "On Impact Considered as the Basis of Kinetic Theories of Gas Pressure and of Universal Gravitation," second half of September 1905 "Sur le choc, considere comme fondement des theories cinetiques de la pression des gaz et de la gravitation universelle" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 320 28. Review of Georges Meslin, "On the Constant in Mariotte and Gay-Lussac's Law," first half of November 1905 "Sur la constante de la loi de Mariotte et Gay-Lussac" Betblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 323 29. Review of Albert Fliegner, "The Efflux of Hot Water from Container Orifices," first half of November 1905 "Das Ausstromen heissen Wassers aus Gefassmundungen" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 325 30. Review of Jakob Johann Weyrauch, An Outline of the Theory of Heat. With Numerous Examples and Applications. Part 1, second half of November 1905 Grundriss der Warmetheorie. Mit zahlreichen Beispielen und Anwendungen Betblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 327 31. Review of Albert Fliegner, "On the Thermal Value of Chemical Processes," second half of November 1905 "Uber den Warmewert chemischer Vorgange" Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 29 (1905) 331 32. "On the Theory of Brownian Motion," December 1905 "Zur Theorie der Brownschen Bewegung" Annalen der Physik 19 (1906) 333 33. "Supplement" to "A New Determination of Molecular Dimensions" [the version of Document 15 published as an article in the Annalen der Physik], January 1906 Annalen der Physik 19 (1906) 346 34. "On the Theory of Light Production and Light Absorption," March 1906 "Zur Theorie der Lichterzeugung und Lichtabsorption" Annalen der Physik 20 (1906) 349 35. "The Principle of Conservation of Motion of the Center of Gravity and the Inertia of Energy," May 1906 "Das Prinzip von der Erhaltung der Schwerpunktsbewegung und die Tragheit der Energie" Annalen der Physik 20 (1906) 359 36. "On a Method for the Determination of the Ratio of the Transverse and the Longitudinal Mass of the Electron," August 1906 "Uber eine Methode zur Bestimmung des Verhaltnisses der transversalen und longitudinalen Masse des Elektrons" Annalen der Physik 21 (1906) 367 37. Review of Max Planck, Lectures on the Theory of Thermal Radiation, first half of August 1906 Vorlesungen uber die Theorie der Warmestrahlung Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 30 (1906) 373 38. "Planck's Theory of Radiation and the Theory of Specific Heat," November 1906 "Die Plancksche Theorie der Strahlung und die Theorie der spezifischen Warme" Annalen der Physik 22 (1907) 378 39. "On the Limit of Validity of the Law of Thermodynamic Equilibrium and on the Possibility of a New Determination of the Elementary Quanta," December 1906 "Uber die Gultigkeitsgrenze des Satzes vom thermodynamischen Gleichgewicht und uber die Moglichkeit einer neuen Bestimmung der Elementarquanta" Annalen der Physik 22 (1907) 392 40. "Theoretical Remarks on Brownian Motion," January 1907 Theoretische Bemerkungen uber die Brownsche Bewegung" Zeitschrift fur Elektrochemie und angewandte physikalische Chemie 13 (1907) 398 41. "On the Possibility of a New Test of the Relativity Principle," March 1907 "Uber die Moglichkeit einer neuen Prufung des Relativitatsprinzips" Annalen der Physik 23 (1907) 401 42. "Correction to My Paper: 'Planck's Theory of Radiation, etc.' " [Document 38], 3 March 1907 "Berichtigung zu meiner Arbeit: 'Die Plancksche Theorie der Strahlung etc.' " Annalen der Physik 22 (1907) 404 43. Author's abstract of lecture "On the Nature of the Movements of Microscopically Small Particles Suspended in Liquids," held 23 March 1907 "Ueber die Natur der Bewegungen mikroskopisch kleiner, in Flussigkeiten suspendierter Teilchen" Naturforschende Gesellschaft Bern. Mitteilungen (1907) 407 44. "Comments on the Note of Mr. Paul Ehrenfest: 'The Translatory Motion of Deformable Electrons and the Area Law,' " 14 April 1907 "Bemerkungen zu der Notiz von Hrn. Paul Ehrenfest: 'Die Translation deformierbarer Elektronen und der Flachensatz' " Annalen der Physik 23 (1907) 409 45. "On the Inertia of Energy Required by the Relativity Pnnciple," May 1907 "Uber die vom Relativitatspnnzip geforderte Tragheit der Energie" Annalen der Physik 23 (1907) 413 46. Review of Jakob Johann Weyrauch, An Outline of the Theory of Heat. With Numerous Examples and Applications. Part 2, second half of August 1907 Grundriss der Warmetheorie. Mit zahlreichen Beispielen und Anwendungen Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik 31 (1907) 429 47. "On the Relativity Pnnciple and the Conclusions Drawn from It," 4 December 1907 "Uber das Relativitatspnnzip und die aus demselben gezogenen Folgerungen" Jahrbuch der Radioaktivitat und Elektronik 4 (1907) 432 48. "A New Electrostatic Method for the Measurement of Small Quantities of Electricity," 13 February 1908 "Eine neue elektrostatische Methode zur Messung kleiner Elektrizitatsmengen" Physikalische Zeitschrift 9 (1908) 489 49. "Corrections to the Paper: 'On the Relativity Principle and the Conclusions Drawn from It'" [Document 47], 29 February 1908 "Berichtigungen zu der Arbeit: 'Uber das Relativitatsprinzip und die aus demselben gezogenen Folgerungen'" Jahrbuch der Radioaktivitat und Elektronik 5 (1908) 493 50. "Elementary Theory of Brownian Motion," 1 April 1908 "Elementare Theorie der Brownschen Bewegung" Zeitschrift fur Elektrochemie und angewandte physikalische Chemie 14 (1908) 496 Editorial Note: Einstein and Laub on the Electrodynamics of Moving Media 503 51. "On the Fundamental Electromagnetic Equations for Moving Bodies" (with Jakob Laub), 29 April 1908 "Uber die elektromagnetischen Grundgleichungen fur bewegte Korper" Annalen der Physik 26 (1908) 508 52. "On the Ponderomotive Forces Exerted on Bodies at Rest in the Electromagnetic Field" (with Jakob Laub), 7 May 1908 "Uber die im elektromagnetischen Felde auf ruhende Korper ausgeubten ponderomotorischen Krafte" Annalen der Physik 26 (1908) 518 53. "Correction to the Paper: 'On the Fundamental Electromagnetic Equations for Moving Bodies' " (with Jakob Laub) [Document 51], 24 August 1908 "Berichtigung zur Abhandlung: 'Uber die elektromagnetischen Grundgleichungen fur bewegte Korper' " Annalen der Physik 27 (1908) 529 54. "Remarks on Our Paper: 'On the Fundamental Electromagnetic Equations for Moving Bodies' " (with Jakob Laub) [Document 51], November 1908, and 531 "Supplement," 19 January 1909 "Bemerkungen zu unserer Arbeit: 'Uber die elektromagnetischen Grundgleichungen fur bewegte Korper,' " and "Nachtrag" Annalen der Physik 28 (1909) 531 55. "Comment on the Paper of D. Mirimanoff: 'On the Fundamental Equations ... ,' " January 1909 "Bemerkung zu der Arbeit von D. Mirimanoff: 'Uber die Grundgleichungen ...' " Annalen der Physik 28 (1909) 536 56. "On the Present Status of the Radiation Problem," January 1909 "Zum gegenwartigen Stand des Strahlungsproblems" Physikalische Zeitschaft 10 (1909) 541 57. "On the Present Status of the Radiation Problem" (with Walter Ritz), April 1909 "Zum gegenwartigen Stand des Strahlungsproblems" Physikalische Zeitschrift 10 (1909) 554 58. Extract from "Discussion" following lecture version of Henry Siedentopf, "On Ultramicroscopic Images," 20 September 1909 Physikalische Zeitschrift 10 (1909) 556 59. Extract from "Discussion" following lecture version of Arthur Szarvassi, "The Theory of Electromagnetic Phenomena in Moving Bodies and the Energy Principle," 21 September 1909 Physikalische Zeitschrift 10 (1909) 560 60. "On the Development of Our Views Concerning the Nature and Constitution of Radiation," 21 September 1909 "Uber die Entwickelung unserer Anschauungen uber das Wesen und die Konstitution der Strahlung" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 7 (1909) 563 61. "Discussion" following lecture version of "On the Development of Our Views Concerning the Nature and Constitution of Radiation" [Document 60], 21 September 1909 Physikalische Zeitschrift 10 (1909) 584 62. "Discussion" following lecture version of Fritz Hasenohrl, "On the Transformation of Kinetic Energy into Radiation," 21 September 1909 Physikalische Zeitschrift 10 (1909) 588 Literture Cited 591 Indexes 625

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  • List of Texts ix INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 4 xiii Supplement to the Editorial Method in Previous Volumes xix Acknowledgments xx Note on the Translation xxi Location Symbols and Descriptive Symbols xxii TEXTS 1 Editorial Note: Einstein's Manuscript on the Special Theory of Relativity 3 1. Manuscript on the Special Theory of Relativity, 1912-1914 9 Editorial Note: Einstein on the Law of Photochemical Equivalence 109 2. "Thermodynamic Proof of the Law of Photochemical Equivalence," January 1912 114 "Thermodynamische Begrundung des photochemischen Aquivalentgesetzes" Annalen der Physik 37 (1912) Editorial Note: Einstein on Gravitation and Relativity: The Static Field 122 3. "The Speed of Light and the Statics of the Gravitational Field," February 1912 129 "Lichtgeschwindigkeit und Statik des Gravitationsfeldes" Annalen der Physik 38 (1912) 4. "On the Theory of the Static Gravitational Field," 23 March 1912, and "Note Added in Proof" 146 "Zur Theorie des statischen Gravitationsfeldes" and "Nachtrag zur Korrektur" Annalen der Physik 38 (1912) 5. "Supplement to My Paper: 'Thermodynamic Proof of the Law of Photochemical Equivalence'," May 1912 165 "Nachtrag zu meiner Arbeit: 'Thermodynamische Begrundung des photochemischen Aquivalentgesetzes' " Annalen der Physik 38 (1912) 6. "Response to a Comment by J. Stark: 'On an Application of Planck's Fundamental Law ...'," 30 May 1912 171 "Antwort auf eine Bemerkung von J. Stark: ,'Uber eine Anwendung des Planckschen Elementargesetzes ... ' " Annalen der Physik 38 (1912) 7. "Is There a Gravitational Effect Which Is Analogous to Electrodynamic Induction?" July 1912 174 "Gibt es eine Gravitationswirkung, die der elektrodynamischen Induktionswirkung analog ist?" Vierteljahrsschrift fur gerichtliche Medizin und offentliches Sanitatswesen 44 (1912) 8. "Relativity and Gravitation. Reply to a Comment by M. Abraham," 4 July 1912 180 "Relativitat und Gravitation. Erwiderung auf eine Bemerkung von M. Abraham" Annalen der Physik 38 (1912) 9. "Comment on Abraham's Preceding Discussion 'Once Again, Relativity and Gravitation'," August 1912 189 "Bemerkung zu Abrahams vorangehender Auseinandersetzung 'Nochmals Relativitat und Gravitation' " Annalen der Physik 39 (1912) Editorial Note: Einstein's Research Notes on a Generalized Theory of Relativity 192 10. Research Notes on a Generalized Theory of Relativity, ca. August 1912 201 Editorial Note: Einstein and Stern on Zero-Point Energy 270 11. "Some Arguments for the Assumption of Molecular Agitation at Absolute Zero" (with Otto Stern), December 1912, and "Remark Added in Proof" "Einige Argumente fur die Annahme einer molekularen Agitation beim absoluten Nullpunkt" and "Anmerkung bei der Korrektur" 274 Annalen der Physik 40 (1913) 12. "Thermodynamic Deduction of the Law of Photochemical Equivalence," 27 March 1913 286 "Deduction thermodynamique de la loi de l'equivalence photochimique" Journal de physique 3 (1913) Editorial Note: Einstein on Gravitation and Relativity: The Collaboration with Marcel Grossmann 294 13. Outline of a Generalized Theory of Relativity and of a Theory of Gravitation (with Marcel Grossmann), before 28 May 1913 302 Entwurf einer verallgemeinerten Relatwitatstheorie und einer Theorie der Gravitation Leipzig: Teubner, 1913 Editorial Note: The Einstun-Besso Manuscript on the Motion of the Perihelion of Mercury 344 14. Einstein and Besso: Manuscript on the Motion of the Perihelion of Mercury, June 1913 360 15. "Theory of Gravitation," 9 September 1913 "Gravitationstheorie" 474 Schweizerische Naturforschende Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 96, part 2 (1913) 16. "Physical Foundations of a Theory of Gravitation," 9 September 1913 477 "Physikalische Grundlagen einer Gravitationstheorie" Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Zurich. Vierteljahrsschrift 58 (1914) 17. "On the Present State of the Problem of Gravitation," 23 September 1913 486 "Zum gegenwartigen Stande des Gravitationsproblems" Physikalische Zeitschrift 14 (1913) 18. "Discussion" following lecture version of "On the Present State of the Problem of Gravitation" (Doc. 17), 23 September 1913 504 19. Lecture Notes for Course on Electricity and Magnetism at the ETH, Winter Semester 1913/1914 512 2 October 1913-21 March 1914 20. "Theoretical Atomism," before 21 October 1913 520 "Theoretische Atomistik" Paul Hinneberg, ed. Die Kultur der Gegenwart. Ihre Entwicklung und ihre Ziele. Part 3, sec. 3, vol. 1, Physik. Emil Warburg, ed. Leipzig. Teubner, 1915 21. "Theory of Relativity," before 21 October 1913 535 "Die Relativitatstheorie" Paul Hinneberg, ed. Die Kultur der Gegenwart. Ihre Entwicklung und ihre Ziele. Part 3, sec. 3, vol. l, Physik. Emil Warburg, ed. Leipzig: Teubner, 1915 22. Discussion remarks following lectures delivered at second Solvay Congress, 27-31 October 1913 552 23. "Max Planck as Scientist," 7 November 1913 560 "Max Planck als Forscher" Die Naturwissenschaften 1 (1913 ) 24. "Supplementary Response to a Question by Mr. Reissner," 11 December 1913 566 "Nachtragliche Antwort auf eine Frage von Herrn Reianer" Physikalische Zeitschrift 15 (1914) 25. "On the Foundations of the Generalized Theory of Relativity and the Theory of Gravitation," January 1914 571 "Prinzipielles zur verallgemeinerten Relativitatstheorie und Gravitationstheorie" Physikalische Zeitschrift 15 (1914) 26. "Comments" on "Outline of a Generalized Theory of Relativity and of a Theory of Gravitation" (the version of Doc. 13 published as an article in Zeitschrift fur Mathematik und Physik), 30 January 1914 579 "Bemerkungen" Zeaschrift fur Mathematik und Physik 62 (1914) 27. "On the Theory of Gravitation," 9 February 1914 583 "Zur Theorie der Gravitation" Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Zurich. Vierteljahrsschrift 59. Part 2, Sitzungsberichte (1914) 28. "Nordstrom's Theory of Gravitation from the Point of View of the Absolute Differential Calculus" (with Adriaan D. Fokker), 19 February 1914 588 "Die Nordstromsche Gravitationstheorie vom Standpunkt des absoluten Differentialkalkuls" Annalen der Physik 44 (1914) 29. "Method for the Determination of Statistical Values of Observations Regarding Quantities Subject to Irregular Fluctuations," 28 February 1914 598 "Methode pour la determination de valeurs statistiques d'observations concernant des grandeurs soumises a des fluctuations irregulieres" Archives des sciences physiques et naturelles 37 (1914) 30. "A Method for the Statistical Use of Observations of Apparently Irregular, Quasiperiodic Processes," after 28 February 1914 603 "Eine Methode zur statistischen Verwertung von Beobachtungen scheinbar unregelmassig quasiperiodisch verlaufender Vorgange" 31. "On the Relativity Problem," March 1914 608 "Zum Relativitats-Problem" Scientia 15 (1914) APPENDIXES A. Summaries of Einstein's Courses at the ETH 623 B. Facsimile Reproduction of the Manuscript of Document 14 630 Literature Cited 683 Indexes 699

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  • List of Texts xi INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 3 xv Supplement to the Editorial Method in Previous Volumes xxxi Acknowledgments xxxiii Note on the Translation xxxiv Location Symbols and Descriptive Symbols xxxv TEXTS 1 Editorial Note: Einstein's Lecture Notes 3 1. Lecture Notes for Introductory Course on Mechanics, University of Zurich, Winter Semester 1909-1910 (18 October 1909-5 March 1910) 11 2. "The Principle of Relativity and Its Consequences in Modern Physics," 15 January and 15 February 1910 130 "Le principe de relativite et ses consequences dans la physique moderne" Archives des sciences physiques et naturelles 29 (1910) 3. Response to Manuscript of Planck 1910a, before 18 January 1910 177 "Antwort auf Planks Manuskript" 4. Lecture Notes for Course on the Kinetic Theory of Heat, University of Zurich, Summer Semester 1910 (19 April-5 August 1910) 179 5. "On the Theory of Light Quanta and the Question of the Localization of Electromagnetic Energy," 7 May 1910 248 "Sur la theorie des quantites lumineuses et la question de la localisation de l'energie electromagnetique" Archives des sciences physiques et naturelles 29 (1910) 6. "On the Ponderomotive Forces Acting on Ferromagnetic Conductors Carrying a Current in a Magnetic Field," 15 July 1910 254 "Sur les forces ponderomotrices qui agissent sur des conducteurs ferromagnetiques disposes dans un champ magnetique et parcourus par un courant" Archives des sciences physiques et naturelles 30 (1910) 7. "On a Theorem of the Probability Calculus and Its Application in the Theory of Radiation" (with Ludwig Hopf), 29 August 1910 258 "Uber einen Satz der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und seine Anwendung in der Strahlungstheorie" Annalen der Physik 33 (1910) 8. "Statistical Investigation of a Resonator's Motion in a Radiation Field" (with Ludwig Hopf), August 1910 269 "Statistische Untersuchung der Bewegung eines Resonators in einem Strahlungsfeld" Annalen der Physik 33 (1910) Editorial Note: Einstein on Critical Opalescence 283 9. "The Theory of the Opalescence of Homogeneous Fluids and Liquid Mixtures near the Critical State," October 1910 286 "Theorie der Opaleszenz von homogenen Flussigkeiten und Flussigkeitsgemischen in der Nahe des kritischen Zustandes" Annalen der Physik 33 (1910) 10. "Comments on P. Hertz's Papers: 'On the Mechanical Foundations of Thermodynamics'," October 1910 313 "Bemerkungen zu den P. Hertzschen Arbeiten: 'Uber die mechanischen Grundlagen der Thermodynamik'" Annalen der Physik 34 (1911) 11. Lecture Notes for Course on Electricity and Magnetism, University of Zurich, Winter Semester 1910-1911 (17 October 1910-4 March 1911) 316 12. "Comment on Eotvos's Law," 30 November 1910 401 "Bemerkung zu dem Gesetz von Eotvos" Annalen der Physik 34 (1911) 13. "A Relationship between Elastic Behavior and Specific Heat in Solids with a Monatomic Molecule," 30 November 1910 408 "Eine Beziehung zwischen dem elastischen Verhalten und der spezifischen Warme bei festen Korpern mit einatomigem Molekul" Annalen der Physik 34 (1911) 14. "Correction to My Paper: 'A New Determination of Molecular Dimensions'," January 1911 415 "Berichtigung zu meiner Arbeit: 'Eine neue Bestimmung der Molekuldimensionen'" Annalen der Physik 34 (1911) 15. "Comment on My Paper: 'A Relationship between Elastic Behavior ...'" (Doc. 13), January 1911 419 "Bemerkung zu meiner Arbeit: 'Eine Beziehung zwischen dem elastischen Verhalten ...'" Annalen der Physik 34 (1911) 16. "Comment on a Fundamental Difficulty in Theoretical Physics," 2 January 1911 422 "Bemerkung uber eine fundamentale Schwierigkeit in der theoretischen Physik" 17. "The Theory of Relativity," 16 January 1911 424 "Die Relativitats-Theorie" Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Zurich. Vierteljahrsschrift 56 (1911) 18. "Discussion" following lecture version of "The Theory of Relativity" (Doc. 17), 16 January 1911 440 Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Zurich. Sitzungsberichte (1911) 19. Notes for a Lecture on Fluctuations, 10 February 1911 450 20. Statement on the Light Quantum Hypothesis, 21 February 1911 456 Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Zurich. Sitzungsberichte (1911) 21. "Elementary Observations on Thermal Molecular Motion in Solids," May 1911, and "Note Added in Proof" 459 "Elementare Betrachtungen uber die thermische Molekularbewegung in festen Korpern" and "Nachtrag zur Korrektur" Annalen der Physik 35 (1911) Editorial Note: Einstein on Length Contraction in the Theory of Relativity 478 22. "On the Ehrenfest Paradox. Comment on V. Varicak's Paper," May 1911 481 "Zum Ehrenfestschen Paradoxon. Bemerkung zu V. Varicaks Aufsatz" Physikalische Zeitschrift 12 (1911) 23. "On the Influence of Gravitation on the Propagation of Light," June 1911 485 "Uber den Einfluss der Schwerkraft auf die Ausbreitung des Lichtes" Annalen der Physik 35 (1911) 24. Excerpts of discussions following lectures delivered at 83d meeting of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Arzte, 25 and 27 September 1911 498 Physikalische Zeitschrift 12 (1911) 25. Discussion remarks following lectures delivered at first Solvay Congress, 30 October-3 November 1911 505 26. "On the Present State of the Problem of Specific Heats," 3 November 1911 520 "Zum gegenwartigen Stande des Problems der spezifischen Warme" Arnold Eucken, ed., Die Theorie der Strahlung und der Quanten. Verhandlungen auf einer von E. Solvay einberufenen Zusammenkunft (30. Oktober bis 3. November 1911), mit einem Anhange uber die Entwicklung der Quantentheorie vom Herbst 1911 bis Sommer 1913. Halle a.S.: Knapp, 1914. (Abhandlungen der Deutschen Bunsen Gesellschaft fur angewandte physikalische Chemie, vol. 3, no. 7.) 27. "Discussion" following lecture, "On the Present State of the Problem of Specific Heats" (Doc. 26), 3 November 1911 549 Arnold Eucken, ed., Die Theorie der Strahlung und der Quanten. Verhandlungen auf einer von E. Solvay einberufenen Zusammenkunft (30. Oktober bis 3. November 1911), mit einem Anhange uber die Entwicklung der Quantentheorie vom Herbst 1911 bis Sommer 1913. Halle a.S.: Knapp, 1914. (Abhandlungen der Deutschen Bunsen Gesellschaft fur angewandte physikalische Chemie, vol. 3, no. 7.) APPENDIXES 563 A. Scratch Notebook, 1909-1914? 563 B. Einstein's Academic Courses 598 Literature Cited 601 Indexes 621<b

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  • List of Texts xi List of Illustrations xxix INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 5 xxxi Supplement to the Editorial Method in Previous Volumes xxxix Acknowledgments xliii Note on the Translation xlv List of Location Symbols xlvi List of Descriptive Symbols xlix TEXTS 3 Vol. 1, 34a. To Pauline Winteler, 21 May 1897* Vol. 1, 48a. To Rosa Winteler, August 1899* Vol. 1, 98a. To Carl Paalzow, 12 April 1901* 1. To Mileva Maric, 28 June 1902 or later 2. To Hans Wohlwend, 15 August-3 October 1902 3. Dedication, Einstein as Member of the Olympia Academy, 1903, including Translation 4. Marriage Certificate, 6 January 1903 5. To Michele Besso, 22? January 1903 6. From Michele Besso, 7-11 February 1903 7. To Michele Besso, 17 March 1903 8. To Helene Savic, ca. 20 March 1903 9. From Emma Ehrat-Uhlinger, 22 March 1903 10. To Emma Ehrat-Uhlinger, last week of March 1903 11. To Jakob Ehrat, last week of March 1903 12. From Mileva Einstein-Maric, 27 August 1903 13. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 19? September 1903 14. To Conrad Habicht, 3 October 1903 15. To Conrad Habicht, 30 November 1903 16. To Conrad Habicht, 20 February 1904 17. To Marcel Grossmann, 6? April 1904 18. To Conrad Habicht, 15 April 1904 19. To Helene and Milivoj Savi', 15 May 1904 20. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 25 July 1904 21. To Conrad Habicht, 1 August 1904 22. To Conrad Habicht, 6 August 1904 23. To Conrad Habicht, 6 August 1904 * This document was discovered after the publication of Volume One. 24. From the Swiss Patent Office, 20 September 1904 25. To Conrad Habicht, 6 March 1905 26. To Conrad Habicht, 6 March 1905 27. To Conrad Habicht, 18 or 25 May 1905 28. To Conrad Habicht, 30 June-22 September 1905 29. To Rudolf Martin, 20 July 1905 30. To Conrad Habicht, 20 July 1905-summer 1915 31. Expert Opinion by Alfred Kleiner and Heinrich Burkhardt on Einstein's Dissertation, 22-23 July 1905 32. To Philipp Lenard, 16 November 1905 33. From Josef Zametzer, 7 January 1906 34. From the Swiss Patent Office, 13 March 1906 35. To the Bern Municipal Gas and Water Works, 23 April 1906 36. To Maurice Solovine, 27 April 1906 37. From Max Laue, 2 June 1906 38. To the Bern Municipal Gas and Water Works, 6 June 1906 39. To Conrad Habicht, 27 July 1906 40. From Wilhelm Rontgen, 18 September 1906 41. To Jost Winteler, 3 November 1906 42. To Helene and Milivoj Savic, December 1906? 43. To Alfred Schnauder, 5 January-11 May 1907 44. To Jost Winteler, 7 February 1907 45. To Johannes Stark, 13 April 1907 46. To the Department of Education, Canton of Bern, 17 June 1907 47. From Max Planck, 6 July 1907 Editorial Note: Einstein's "Maschinchen " for the Measurement of Small Quantities of Electricity 48. To Conrad and Paul Habicht, 15 July 1907 Editorial Note: Einstein on Superluminal Signal Velocities 49. To Wilhelm Wien, 23 July 1907 50. To Wilhelm Wien, 25 July 1907 51. To Wilhelm Wien, 29 July 1907 52. To Wilhelm Wien, 7 August 1907 53. To Wilhelm Wien, 11 August 1907 54. To Paul and Conrad Habicht, 16 August 1907 55. To Wilhelm Wien, 26 August 1907 56. To Conrad and Paul Habicht, 2 September 1907 57. From Max Laue, 4 September 1907 58. To Johannes Stark, 25 September 1907 59. From the B. G. Teubner Publishing House, 3 October 1907 60. From Johannes Stark, 4 October 1907 61. To Johannes Stark, 7 October 1907 62. From Hermann Minkowski, 9 October 1907 63. To Johannes Stark, 1 November 1907 64. From Max Planck, 9 November 1907 65. From Richard Lorenz, 15 November 1907 66. To Johannes Stark, 7 December 1907 67. Swiss Patent Office Letter on the AEG Alternating Current Machine, 11 December 1907 68. To Rudolf Ladenburg, 20 December 1907 69. To Conrad Habicht, 24 December 1907 70. From Max Laue, 27 December 1907 71. To Marcel Grossmann, 3 January 1908 72. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 5 January 1908 73. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 14 January 1908 74. From Adolf Gasser, mid-January 1908 75. From Jakob Bosshart, 16 January 1908 76. To the Council of Education, Canton of Zurich, 20 January 1908 77. From Jakob Laub, 27 January 1908 78. From Alfred Kleiner, 28 January 1908 79. From Jakob Laub, 2 February 1908 80. From Alfred Kleiner, 8 February 1908 81. To Paul Gruner, 11 February 1908 82. From Johannes Stark, 11 February 1908 83. From Emil Bose, 12 February 1908 84. To Conrad Habicht, 14 February 1908 85. To Johannes Stark, 17 February 1908 86. From Paul Habicht, 19 February 1908 87. From Johannes Stark, 19 February 1908 88. To Johannes Stark, 22 February 1908 89. From Albert Gobat, 28 February 1908 90. To Johannes Stark, 29 February 1908 91. From Jakob Laub, 1 March 1908 92. From Adolf Gasser, 9 March 1908 93. From Paul Habicht, 17 March 1908 94. From Joseph Kowalski, 30 March 1908 95. From Paul Habicht, 4 April 1908 96. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 17 April 1908 97. From Karl Jaberg, 12 May 1908 98. From Heinrich Burkhardt, 17 May 1908 99. From Paul Habicht, 17 May 1908 100. From Aurel Stodola, 17 May 1908 101. From Jakob Laub, 18 May 1908 102. From Jakob Laub, 19 May 1908 103. From Jakob Laub, 30 May 1908 104. From Paul Habicht, June 1908 105. To Marian von Smoluchowski, 11 June 1908 106. From Aurel Stodola, 13 June 1908 107. From Lucien Chavan, 23 June 1908 108. From Paul Habicht, 4 July 1908 109. To August Hagenbach, 6 July 1908 110. From August Hagenbach, 9 July 1908 111. To August Hagenbach, 14 July 1908 112. From Frau Ruprecht, 27 July 1908 113. To Jakob Laub, 30 July 1908 114. To Lucien and Jeanne Chavan, 13 August 1908 115. To Maurice Solovine, 15 August 1908 116. From Maurice Solovine, 18 August 1908 ' 117. From Alfred Bucherer, 7 September 1908 118. From Max Planck, 8 September 1908 119. From Alfred Bucherer, 9 September 1908 120. From Alfred Bucherer, 10 September 1908 121. From the Rudolf Wyss Furniture Store, 24 September 1908 122. From Paul Habicht, 12 October 1908 123. From Adolf Gasser, second half of October 1908 124. From Paul Habicht, 22 October 1908 125. To Jakob Laub, after 1 November 1908 126. From the S. Hirzel Publishing House, 2 November 1908 127. From Paul Gruner, 9 November 1908 128. From Alfred Bucherer, 26 November 1908 129. To Johannes Stark, 2 December 1908 130. To Albert Gockel, 3 December 1908 131. To Maurice Solovine, 3 December 1908 132. To Johannes Stark, 14 December 1908 133. From Arthur Schoenflies, 15 January 1909 134. From Paul Habicht, 18 January 1909 135. From Alfred Schweitzer, 19 January 1909 136. From Wilhelm Wien, 19 January 1909 137. From Dmitry Mirimanoff, 12 February 1909 138. From Aurel Stodola, 12 February 1909 139. To Jakob Ehrat and Emma Ehrat-Uhlinger, 15 February 1909 140. To Otto Stoll, 25 February 1909 141. To Lucien Chavan, 3 March 1909 142. To Maurice Solovine, 18 March 1909 143. To Jakob Laub, 20 March 1909 144. To Albert Gockel, 25? March 1909 145. From Josef Weiss, 25 March 1909 146. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 30 March 1909 147. To Johannes Stark, 6 April 1909 148. From Johannes Stark, 8 April 1909 149. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 13 April 1909 150. To Conrad Habicht, 15 April 1909 151. To Conrad Habicht, 28 April 1909 152. From Ayao Kuwaki, 2 May 1909 153. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, 6 May 1909 154. To Anna Meyer-Schmid, 12 May 1909 155. To Fritz Reiche, 12 May 1909 156. From Wilhelm Fiedler, 13 May 1909 157. To Alfred Stern, 14 May 1909 158. To Jakob Ehrat, 16 May 1909 159. From Jakob Laub, 16 May 1909 160. To Jakob Laub, 17 May 1909 161. To Jakob Laub, 19 May 1909 162. From George Searle, 20 May 1909 163. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 23 May 1909 164. From Lucien Chavan, 28 May 1909 165. From Philipp Lenard, 5 June 1909 166. To Georg Meyer, 7 June 1909 167. To Friedrich Adler, 12 June 1909 168. To Eilhard Wiedemann, 14 June 1909 169. To the Swiss Department of Justice, 6 July 1909 170. To Lucien and Jeanne Chavan-Perrin, 9 July 1909 171. From Paul Tinguely, 17 July 1909 172. To Johannes Stark, 31 July 1909 173. To the Department of Education, Canton of Bern, 3 August 1909 174. To Ernst Mach, 9 August 1909 175. To Ernst Mach, 17 August 1909 176. To Edgar Meyer, 28 August 1909 177. To Conrad Habicht, 3 September 1909 178. To Edgar Meyer, 28 September 1909 179. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 29 September 1909 180. To Lucien Chavan, 19 October 1909 181. To Adolf Hurwitz, after 22 October 1909 182. To Edgar Meyer, 29 October 1909 183. To Helene Savic, November 1909-February 1910 184. To the Department of Education, Canton of Zurich, 1 November 1909 185. To Conrad Habicht, 5 November 1909 186. To Jean Perrin, 11 November 1909 187. To Michele Besso, 17 November 1909 188. To Edgar Meyer, 18 November 1909 189. Expert Opinion on the Dissertation of Hermann Schuepp, 30 November 1909 190. To Conrad Habicht, 14 December 1909 191. To Conrad Habicht 14 December 1909 192. To Conrad Habicht, 17 December 1909 193. To Lucien Chavan, 19 December 1909 194. From Milos Maric, 28 December 1909 195. To Michele Besso, 31 December 1909 196. To Jakob Laub, 31 December 1909 197. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 19 January 1910 198. To Conrad Habicht, 4 March 1910 199. To Jakob Laub, 16 March 1910 200. To Lucien Chavan, 24 March 1910 201. To Lucien Chavan, 24 March 1910 202. To Conrad Habicht, 31 March 1910 203. To Lucien Chavan, 15 April 1910 204. To Pauline Einstein, 28 April 1910 205. To Lucien Chavan, 6 May 1910 206. To Edgar Meyer, 11 May 1910 207. To Lucien Chavan, 14 May 1910 208. To Lucien Chavan, 17 May 1910 209, To Ludwig Hopf, 21 June 1910 210. Student Petition to Retain Einstein on the Faculty of the University of Zurich, 23 June 1910 211. To Arnold Sommerfeld, July 1910 212. From Geza MUller, 1 July 1910 213. To Lucien Chavan, 2 July 1910 214. To Conrad Habicht, 27 July 1910 215. To Lucien and Jeanne Chavan-Perrin, 30 July 1910 216. To Alfred Stern, 30 July 1910 217. To Helene and Milivoj Savic, before 1 August 1910 218. To Ludwig Hopf, 2 August 1910 219. To Conrad Habicht, 11 August 1910 220. To Paul Hertz, 14 August 1910 221. To Ludwig Hopf, 19 August 1910 222. To Paul Hertz, 26 August 1910 223. To Franz Rusch, 26 August 1910 224. To Jakob Laub, 27 August 1910 225. From Max Hussarek von Heinlein, 17 September 1910 226. To Wilhelm Wien, 7 October 1910 227. To Jakob Laub, 11 October 1910 228. From the Julius Springer Publishing House, 25 October 1910 229. To the Bursar's Office, University of Zurich, 26 October 1910 230. From Emil Fischer, 1 November 1910 231. To Jakob Laub, 4 November 1910 232. To Emil Fischer, 5 November 1910 233. To Jakob Laub, 11 November 1910 234. To Jakob Laub, 15 November 1910 235. To Leo Graetz, 22 November 1910 236. To Alfred Stern, 6 December 1910 237. To Carl Schroter, 11 December 1910 238. From Count Karl von Sturgkh, 15 December 1910 239. To Ludwig Hopf, 27 December 1910 240. To Edgar Meyer, 27 December 1910 241. To Jakob Laub, 28 December 1910 242. To Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, 31 December 1910 243. To Ludwig Darmstaedter, 2 January 1911 244. To Jean Perrin, 12 January 1911 245. From Count Karl von Sturgkh, 13 January 1911 246. To Lucien Chavan, 17 January 1911 247. To the Department of Education, Canton of Zurich, 20 January 1911 248. To Carl Schroter, 20 January 1911 249. To Carl Schroter, 21 January 1911 250. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 27 January 1911 250a. To the Association of Students of the Natural Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 28 January 1911 251. To Emil Zurcher, 29 January 1911 252. To Friedrich Adler, 9 February 1911 253. From Richard Swinne, 12 February 1911 254. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 15 February 1911 255. From Gunther Beck, 16 February 1911 256. To Edgar Meyer, 26 February 1911 257. To Richard Swinne, 26 February 1911 258. To Lucien and Jeanne Chavan-Perrin, 10 March 1911 259. To Hans Schinz, 10 March 1911 260. To Lucien Chavan, 28 March 1911 261. To Conrad Habicht, 2 April 1911 262. To Lucien Chavan, 5 April 1911 263. To Heinrich Zangger, 7 April 1911 264. To Paul Ehrenfest, 12 April 1911 265. To Hans Tanner, 24 April 1911 266. To Marcel Grossmann, 27 April 1911 267. To Michele Besso, 13 May 1911 268. To Heinrich Zangger, 7 June 1911 269. From Ernest Solvay, with an Invitation to the Solvay Congress, 9 June 1911 270. To Walther Nernst, 20 June 1911 271. To Lucien Chavan, 5-6 July 1911 272. To Zurcher and Furrer & Co., 11 July 1911 273. To the Eleventh Congress of Polish Physicians and Natural Scientists, before 21 July 1911 274. From Alfred and Clara Stern, 2 August 1911 275. To Jakob Laub, 10 August 1911 276. To Michele Besso, second half of August 1911 277. From Willem Julius, 20 August 1911 278. To Willem Julius, 24 August 1911 279. To Heinrich Zangger, 24 August 1911 280. From Willem Julius, 26 August 1911 281. To Erwin Freundlich, 1 September 1911 282. From Michele Besso, before 11 September 1911 283. To Michele Besso, 11 September 1911 284. From Willem Julius, 17 September 1911 285. From Pauline Einstein, 18 September 1911 286. To Heinrich Zangger, 20 September 1911 287. To Erwin Freundlich, 21 September 1911 288. To Willem Julius, 22 September 1911 289. From Willem Julius, 27 September 1911 290. From Mileva Einstein-Maric, 4 October 1911 291. Heinrich Zangger to Ludwig Forrer, 9 October 1911 292. From Willem Julius, 11 October 1911 293. To Hans Tanner, 13 October 1911 294. From Ludwig Hopf, 13 October 1911 295. To Willem Julius, 18 October 1911 296. To Michele Besso, 21 October 1911 297. To Heinrich Zangger, 22 October 1911 298. From Pauline Einstein, 22 October 1911 299. From Michele Besso, 23 October 1911 300. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 28 October 1911 301. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, 29 October 1911 302. To Willem Julius, 1 November 1911 303. To Heinrich Zangger, 7 November 1911 304. To Willem Julius, 15 November 1911 305. To Heinrich Zangger, 15 November 1911 306. To Willem Julius, 16 November 1911 307. To Marcel Grossmann, 18 November 1911 308. To Heinrich Zangger, 20 November 1911 309. To Heinrich Zangger, 20 November 1911 310. From Willem Julius, 20 November 1911 311. To Willem Julius, 22 November 1911 312. To Ernest Solvay, 22 November 1911 313. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 23 November 1911 314. From Willem Julius, 25 November 1911 315. To Marian von Smoluchowski, 27 November 1911 316. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, 6 December 1911 317. From Robert Gnehm, 8 December 1911 318. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, 8 December 1911 319. To Marcel Grossmann, 10 December 1911 320. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 12 December 1911 321. From Marcel Grossmann, 12 December 1911 322. From Willem Julius, 12 December 1911 323. From Marian von Smoluchowski, 12 December 1911 324. To Robert Gnehm, 13 December 1911 325. To Heinrich Zangger, 13-16 December 1911 326. From Robert Gnehm, 16 December 1911 327. To Willem Julius, 18 December 1911 328. To Robert Gnehm, 19 December 1911 329. From Fritz Haber, 19 December 1911 330. To Heinrich Zangger, 25 December 1911 331. To Michele Besso, 26 December 1911 332. From Paul Habicht, 27 December 1911 333. From Max Laue, 27 December 1911 334. From Willem Julius, 29 December 1911 335. To Lucien and Jeanne Chavan-Perrin, January 1912 336. To Erwin Freundlich, 8 January 1912 337. From George Pegram, 9 January 1912 338. To Fritz Fichter-Bernoulli, 17 January 1912 339. To Wilhelm Wien, 17 January 1912 340. From Arnold Eucken, 23 January 1912 341. From Robert Gnehm, 23 January 1912 342. To Paul Ehrenfest, 26 January 1912 343. To Wilhelm Wien, 27 January 1912 344. To Heinrich Zangger, 27 January 1912 345. To Lucien Chavan, 28 January 1912 346. To George Pegram, 29 January 1912 347. From Heinrich Zangger, 30 January 1912 348. From Heinrich Schenk, 31 January 1912 349. To Carl Schroter, 1 February 1912 350. From Richard Swinne, 1 February 1912 351. To Ludwig Forrer, 2 February 1912 352. To Alfred and Clara Stern, 2 February 1912 353. From Alfred Stern, with Postscript by Clara Stern, 3 February 1912 354. To Michele Besso, 4 February 1912 355. From Robert Gnehm, 7 February 1912 356. To Conrad and Paul Habicht, 9 February 1912 357. To Paul Ehrenfest, 12 February 1912 358. To Robert Gnehm, 12 February 1912 359. From Hendrik A. Lorentz, 13 February 1912 360. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 18 February 1912 361. From Robert Heller, 19 February 1912 362. From Emil Warburg, 19 February 1912 363. From Ludwig Hopf, 20 February 1912 364. To Ludwig Hopf, after 20 February 1912 365. To Wilhelm Wien, 24 February 1912 366. To Heinrich Zangger, before 29 February 1912 367. To Paul Ehrenfest, 29 February 1912 368. From Fritz Haber, 8 March 1912 369. To Paul Ehrenfest, 10 March 1912 370. To Marian von Smoluchowski, 10 March 1912 371. To Wilhelm Wien, 11 March 1912 372. From Walter Konig, 11 March 1912 373. To Walter Konig, after 11 March 1912 374. To Alfred and Clara Stern, 17 March 1912 375. To Wilhelm Wien, 20 March 1912 376. To Marian von Smoluchowski, 24 March 1912 377. To Michele Besso, 26 March 1912 378. From David Hilbert, 30 March 1912 379. From Heinrich Zangger, 30 March 1912 380. From Paul Ehrenfest, before 3 April 1912 381. To Alfred Kleiner, 3 April 1912 382. To Alfred Kleiner, 3 April 1912 383. To Alfred Kleiner, 10 April 1912 384. To Paul Ehrenfest, 25 April 1912 385. To Emil Warburg, 25 April 1912 386. To Emil Warburg, after 25 April-before 11 May 1912 387. To Paul Ehrenfest, 26 April 1912 388. To Hans Tanner, 26 April 1912 389. To Elsa Lowenthal, 30 April 1912 390. To Paul Ehrenfest, 2 May 1912 391. To Elsa Lowenthal, 7 May 1912 392. To Wilhelm Wien, 11 May 1912 393. From Paul Ehrenfest, 14 May 1912 394. From Paul Ehrenfest, after 16 May 1912 395. To Wilhelm Wien, 17 May 1912 396. To Marian von Smoluchowski, 20 May 1912 397. To Marian von Smoluchowski, 20 May 1912 398. To Heinrich Zangger, 20 May 1912 399. To Elsa Lowenthal, 21 May 1912 400. Report to the Philosophical Faculty of the German University on a Successor to the Chair of Theoretical Physics, before 23 May 1912 401. To Wilhelm Wien, 30 May 1912 402. From Paul Habicht, 1 June 1912 403. To Conrad Habicht, 2 June 1912 404. To Paul Ehrenfest, 3 June 1912 405. From Alfred Stern, 5 June 1912 406. To Heinrich Zangger, after 5 June 1912 407. To Max Laue, 10 June 1912 408. To Ludwig Hopf, 12 June 1912 409. To Paul Ehrenfest, before 20 June 1912 410. To Anton Lampa?, 29 June 1912 411. From Paul Ehrenfest, 29 June 1912 412. From Pauline Einstein, 2 July 1912 413. To Wilhelm Wien, 10 July 1912 414. Statement of Reasons for Leaving Prague, 3 August 1912 415. To Conrad Habicht, 14 August 1912 416. To Ludwig Hopf, 16 August 1912 417. To David Hilbert, 4 October 1912 418. To Ernst Zermelo, 4 October 1912 419. From Theodor Vetter, 14 October 1912 420. To Erwin Freundlich, 27 October 1912 421. To Arnold Sommerfeld, 29 October 1912 422. To August Hagenbach, 5 November 1912 423. To Lucien Chavan, December 1912 424. To Helene Savic, after 17 December 1912 425. To Paul Ehrenfest, 20-24 December 1912 426. To Otto Marx, 22 December 1912 427. From Theodor Vetter, 4 January 1913 428. Fritz Haber to Hugo Andres Kruss, 4 January 1913 429. To Georg Bredig, 30 January 1913 430. To Unknown Addressee, 2 March 1913 431. To Clara Stern, 14 March 1913 432. To Elsa Lowenthal, ca. 14 March 1913 433. To Maurice Solovine, 16-22 March 1913 434. To Elsa Lowenthal, 23 March 1913 435. To Marie Curie, 3 April 1913 436. To Elsa Lowenthal, 3 April 1913 437. To Jean Perrin, 4 April 1913 438. To the Scientific Committee, Solvay International Institute of Physics, 29 April 1913 439. To Conrad Habicht, 3 May 1913 or after 440. To Alexander Witting, 24 May 1913 441. To Paul Ehrenfest, 28 May 1913 442. To the Director's Office, Technikum Winterthur, 29 May 1913 443. From Charles-Eugene Guye, 31 May 1913 444. To the Faculty of Sciences, University of Geneva, after 31 May-before 5 June 1913 445. Proposal for Einstein's Membership in the Prussian Academy of Sciences, 12 June 1913 446. To Arthur Schidlof, 17 June 1913 447. To Jost Winteler, 23 June 1913 448. To Ernst Mach, 25 June 1913 449. To Arthur Schidlof, 5 July 1913 450. To Conrad Habicht, 7 July 1913 451. To Elsa Lowenthal, 14? July 1913 452. Expert Opinion on the Habilitation Petition of Otto Stern, 15 July 1913 453. To Elsa Lowenthal, 19 July 1913 454. To Elsa Lowenthal, after 19-before 24 July 1913 455. To Jakob Laub, 22 July 1913 456. From Fritz Haber, 22 July 1913 457. To Leonid Mandelshtam, 23 July 1913 458. To Paul Hertz, 27 July 1913 459. From Ida Einstein, 3 August 1913 460. To Lucien and Jeanne Chavan-Perrin, 5 August 1913 461. To Adolf Hurwitz, 6 August 1913 462. To Alfred and Clara Stern, 6 August 1913 463. To Paul Langevin, before 9 August 1913 464. To Alexander Witting, 11 August 1913 465. To Elsa Lowenthal, 11? August 1913 466. To Elsa Luwenthal, after 11 August 1913 467. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 14 August 1913 468. To Erwin Freundlich, mid-August 1913 469. To Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, 16 August 1913 470. To Hendrik A. Lorentz, 16 August 1913 471. To Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, 18 August 1913 472. To Erwin Freundlich, before 26 August 1913 473. To Conrad Habicht, 7 September 1913 474. To Heinrich Zangger, 20 September 1913 475. To Conrad and Anna Habicht-Kehlstadt, October-December 1913 476. To Elsa Lowenthal, 10 October 1913 477. To George Hale, 14 October 1913 478. To Elsa Lowenthal, 16 October 1913 479. To Robert Gnehm, 19 October 1913 480. To Ludwig Hopf, 2 November 1913 481. To Paul Ehrenfest, before 7 November 1913 482. To Elsa Lowenthal, 7 November 1913 483. From George Hale, 8 November 1913 484. To Paul Ehrenfest, second half of November 1913 485. From the Prussian Academy of Sciences, 22 November 1913 486. To Elsa Lowenthal, after 22 November 1913 487. To Robert Gnehm, 30 November 1913 488. To Elsa Lowenthal, before 2 December 1913 489. To Elsa Lowenthal, after 2 December 1913 490. Adriaan Fokker to Hendrik A. Lorentz, 4 December 1913, including Translation 491. To Rosa Bandi-Winteler, 7 December 1913 492. To Erwin Freundlich, 7 December 1913 493. To the Prussian Academy of Sciences, 7 December 1913 494. From Robert Gnehm, 15 December 1913 495. To Ernst Mach, second half of December 1913 496. From Pauline Einstein, 21 December 1913 497. To Elsa Lowenthal, after 21 December 1913 498. To Elsa Lowenthal, 27 December 1913-4 January 1914 499. To Michele Besso, after 1 January 1914 500. To Rosa Bandi-Winteler, 7 January 1914 501. From Jakob Ehrat, 7 January 1914 502. To Rosa Bandi-Winteler, 8 January 1914 503. To Jost Winteler, 9 January 1914 504. To Rosa Bandi-Winteler, after 9 January 1914 505. To Elsa Lowenthal, mid-January 1914 506. To Erwin Freundlich, ca. 20 January 1914 507. To Heinrich Zangger, ca. 20 January 1914 508. To Elsa Lowenthal, 28 January 1914 509. To Elsa Lowenthal, February 1914 510. To Elsa Lowenthal, after 11 February 1914 5 11. To Elsa Lowenthal, 5 March 1914 512. To Paul Ehrenfest, before 10 March 1914 513. To Heinrich Zangger, 10 March 1914 514. To Michele Besso, ca. 10 March 1914 515. To Paul Ehrenfest, 19 March 1914 516. From Michele Besso, 20 March 1914 517. To Paul Ehrenfest, 22 March 1914 518. To Mileva Einstein-Maric, Hans Albert and Eduard Einstein, 23 March 1914 519. To David Reichinstein, 27 March 1914 Alphabetical List of Texts 609 Calendar/Chronology 617 Biographies 637 Family Tree 645 Literature Cited 647 Indexes 679

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  • Publisher's Foreword xi List of Texts xv List of Illustrations xxi INTRODUCTORY MARTERIAL General Information xxvii Editorial Method xxx Introduction to Volume 1 xxxv Acknowledgments xlii List of Location Symbols xlv List of Descriptive Symbols xlvii "Albert Einstein--Betrag fur sein Lebensbid" (Excerpt) by Maja Winteler-Einstein xlviii Map 2 LIST OF TEXTS 1. Birth Certificate, 15 March 1879 1 2. Pauline Einstein to Fanny Einstein, 1 August 1886 3 3. Comment on the Proof of a Theorem, 1891-1895 3 4. Two Philosophical Comments, 1891-1895 4 Editorial Note: Einstein's First Scientific Essay 5 5. "On the Investigation of the State of the Ether in a 6 Magnetic Field," Summer? 1895 6. To Caesar Koch, Summer 1895 9 Editorial Note: ETH Entrance Examination and Aargau Kantonsschule 10 7. Albin Herzog to Gustav Maier, 25 September 1895 12 8. Entrance Report of the Gewerbeschule Aargau Kantonsschule, ca. 26 October 1895 13 9. Gustav Mier to Jost Winteler 26 October 1895 14 10. Aargau Kantonsschule Record, 26 October 1895 3 October 1896 15 11. Hermann Einstein to Jost Winteler, 29 October 1895 17 12. Minutes of the Teachers' Conference, Aargau Kantonsschule, 8 November 1895 18 13. Jost Winteler to Gustav Maier, 21 December 1895 18 14. Hermann Einstein to Jost Winteler, 30 December 1895 19 15. Pauline Einstein to the Winteler Family, 30 December 1895 19 16. Release from Wurttemberg Citizenship, 28 January 1896 20 17. Inspector's Report on a Music Examination, Aargau Kantonsschule, ca. 31 March 1896 21 18. To Marie Winteler, with a Postscript by Pauline Einstein, 21 April 1896 21 19. Final Grades, Aargau Kantonsschule, 5 September 1896 23 Editorial Note: Matura Examinations at the Gewerbeschule, Aargau Kantonsschule 23 20. To the Department of Education, Canton of Aargau, 7 September 1896 25 21. Matura Examination (A) German: "Synopsis of Goethe's Gotz von Berlichingen," 18 September 1896 25 22. Matura Examination (B) French: "My Future Plans," 18 September 1896 28 23. Matura Examination (C) Geometry, 19 September 1896 29 24. Matura Examination (D) Physics: "Tangent Galvanometer and Galvanometer," 19 September 1896 32 25. Matura Examination (E) Natural History: "Evidence of the Earlier Glaciation of Our Country," 21 September 1896 35 26. Matura Examination (F) Algebra, 21 September 1896 39 27. Matura Examination (G) Chemistry, 21 September 1896 41 Editorial Note: The Swiss Federal Polytechnical School (ETH) 43 28. ETH Record and Grade Transcript, 5-10 October 1896 2 August 1900 45 29. From Marie Winteler, 4-25 November 1896 50 30. From Marie Winteler, 30 November 1896 52 31. Pauline Einstein to Marie Winteler, 13 December 1896 53 32. Pauline Einstein to Marie Winteler, 24 March 1897 54 33. Statement of a Fine, 23-28 April 1897 54 34. To Pauline Winteler, May? 1897 55 35. To Pauline Winteler, 7 June 1897 57 36. From Mileva Maric, after 20 October 1897 58 Editorial Note: Einstein as a Student of Physics, and His Notes on H. F. Weber's Course 60 37. H. F. Weber's Lectures on Physics, ca. December 1897-ca. June 1898 63 38. To Maja Einstein, 1898 211 To Mileva Maric, 2 January 1898 [envelope only] 211 39. To Mileva Maric, 16 February 1898 211 40. To Mileva Maric, 16 April-8 November 1898 213 41. To Mileva Maric, after 16 April 1898 213 42. Jerocum
  • me Franel to Hermann Bleuler, 21 October 1898 214 43. To Mileva Maric, after 28 November 1898 215 44. To Maja Einstein, after February 1899 215 45. To Mileva Maric, 13 or 20 March 1899 215 46. To Rosa Winteler, 29 April 1899 217 47. To Rosa Winteler, 18 May 1899 218 48. To Julia Niggli, 28 July 1899 218 49. Verse in the Album of Anna Schmid, August 1899 220 50. To Mileva Maric, early August 1899 220 51. To Julia Niggli, 6? August 1899 221 Editorial Note: E~nstetin on the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies 223 52. To Mileva Maric, 10? August 1899 225 53. From Mileva Maric, after 10 August-before 10 September 1899 228 54. To Mileva Maric, 10 September 1899 229 55. To Julia Niggli, 11 September 1899 231 56. To Pauline Winteler, 11 September 1899 232 57. To Mileva Maric, 28? September 1899 233 Editorial Note: Einstein on Thermal, Electrical, and Radiation Phenomena 235 58. To Mileva Maric, 10 October 1899 237 Ediitorial Note: Swiss Citizenship 239 59. Municipal Certificate of Residence and Good Conduct, 18 October 1899 241 60. To the Swiss Federal Council, 19 October 1899 242 61. From Mileva Maric, 1900? 242 62. To the Swiss Department of Foreign Affairs, 28 February 1900 243 63. Mileva Maric to Helene Kaufler, 9 March 1900 243 64. Mileva Maric to Helene Kaufler, 4 June-23 July 1900 244 65. To the Zurich City Council, 26 June 1900 245 66. Municipal Police Detective's Report, 4 July 1900 246 67. Adolf Hurwitz to Hermann Bleuler, 27 July 1900 247 68. To Mileva Maric, 29? July 1900 248 69. To Mileva Maric, 1 August 1900 249 70. To Mileva Maric, 6 August 1900 251 71. To Mileva Maric, 9? August 1900 252 72. To Mileva Maric, 14? August 1900 254 73. To Mileva Maric, 20 August 1900 255 74. To Mileva Maric, 30 August or 6 September 1900 257 75. To Mileva Maric, 13? September 1900 259 76. To Mileva Maric, 19 September 1900 261 77. To Adolf Hurwitz, 23 September 1900 263 78. To Adolf Hurwitz, 26 September 1900 264 Editorial Note: Einstein on Molecular Forces 264 79. To Mileva Maric, 3 October 1900 266 80. Mileva Maric to Helene Kaufler, before 9 October 1900 268 81. To Helene Kaufler, 11 October 1900 268 82. Questionnaire for Municipal Citizenship Applicants, 11-26 October 1900 269 83. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, with a Postscript by Einstein, 11 December 1900 270 "Conclusions Drawn from the Phenomena of Capillarity," 271 13 December 1900 [text in Vol. 2] 84. Minutes of the Municipal Naturalization Commission of Zurich, 14 December 1900 271 85. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, 20 December 1900 272 86. To Helene Savic, 20 December 1900 274 87. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, with a Postscript by Einstein, 8 January-19 March 1901 274 88. Report of the Schweizerisches Informationsbureau, 30 January 1901 275 89. Dedication to Friedrich Muhlberg, ca. March 1901 276 90. To Otto Wiener, 9 March 1901 277 91. Military Service Book, 13 March 1901 277 92. To Wilhelm Ostwald, 19 March 1901 278 93. To Mileva Maric, 23 March 1901 279 94. To Mileva Maric, 27 March 1901 281 95. To Wilhelm Ostwald, 3 April 1901 284 96. To Mileva Maric, 4 April 1901 284 97. To Mileva Maric, 10 April 1901 286 98. To Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, 12 April 1901 288 99. Hermann Einstein to Wilhelm Ostwald, 13 April 1901 289 100. To Marcel Grossmann, 14 April 1901 290 101. To Mileva Maric, 15 April 1901 291 102. To Mileva Maric, 30 April 1901 293 103. From Mileva Maric, 2 May 1901 295 104. To Alfred Stern, 3 May 1901 296 105. From Mileva Maric, 3 May 1901 297 106. To Mileva Maric, 9 May 1901 298 107. To Mileva Maric, second half of May? 1901 300 108. From Mileva Maric, second half of May? 1901 301 109. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, second half of May? 1901 301 110. To Mileva Maric, second half of May? 1901 303 111. To Mileva Maric, 28? May 1901 304 112. To Mileva Maric, 4? June 1901 306 113. To the Director's Office, Technikum Burgdorf, 3 July 1901 307 114. To Mileva Maric, 7? July 1901 308 115. To Jost Winteler, 8 July 1901 309 116. From Mileva Maric, ca. 8 July 1901 310 117. To the Department of Education, Canton of Bern, 13 July 1901 311 118. From the Department of Internal Affairs, Canton of Bern, 16 July 1901 312 119. To Mileva Maric, 22? July 1901 312 120. From the Department of Internal Affairs, Canton of Bern, 31 July 1901 313 121. From Mileva Maric, 31? July 1901 313 122. To Marcel Grossmann, 6? September 1901 315 123. From Mileva Maric, early November 1901 316 124. From Mileva Maric, 13 November 1901 317 125. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, ca. 23 November mid-December 1901 319 126. To Mileva Maric, 28 November 1901 320 127. To Mileva Maric, 12 December 1901 322 128. To Mileva Maric, 17 December 1901 325 129. To the Swiss Patent Office, 18 December 1901 327 130. To Mileva Maric, 19 December 1901 328 131. To Mileva Maric, 28 December 1901 329 132. Receipt for the Return of Doctoral Fees, 1 February 1902 331 133. To Conrad Habicht, 4 February 1902 331 134. To Mileva Maric, 4 February 1902 332 135. Advertisement for Private Lessons, 5 February 1902 334 136. To Mileva Maric, 8? February 1902 334 137. To Mileva Maric, 17? February 1902 335 138. Pauline Einstein to Pauline Winteler, 20 February 1902 336 "On the Thermodynamic Theory of the Difference in Potentials between Metals and Fully Dissociated Solutions of Their Salts and On an Electrical Method for Investigating Molecular Forces," April 1902 [text in Vol. 2] 337 139. To Conrad Habicht, April? 1902 337 "Kinetic Theory of Thermal Equilibrium and of the Second Law of Thermodynamics," June 1902 [text in Vol. 2] 337 140. The Swiss Department of Justice to the Swiss Federal Council, 2 June 1902 338 141. From the Swiss Department of Justice, 19 June 1902 339 142. From the Swiss Patent Office, 19 June 1902 340 APPENDIXES A. Munich Volkschule, Curriculum 341 B. Luitpold-Gymnasium, Curriculum 346 C. ETH Entrance Examination, Required Topics 356 D. Aagau Kantonsschule, Curriculum 359 E. ETH, Einstein's Curriculum 362 Chronology, March 1879-June 1902 370 Biographies 378 Literature Cited 390 Index 409

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  • Volumes Published to Date VOLUME 1: The Early Years, 1879-1902 edited by John Stachel, David C. Cassidy, and Robert Schulmann (1987) VOLUME 2: The Swiss Years: Writings, 1900-1909 edited by John Stachel, David C. Cassidy, Jurgen Renn, and Robert Schulmann (1989) VOLUME 3: The Swiss Years: Writings, 1909-1911 edited by Martin J. Klein, A. J. Kox, Jurgen Renn, and Robert Schulmann (1993) VOLUME 4: The Swiss Years: Writings, 1912-1914 edited by Martin J. Klein, A. J. Kox, Jurgen Renn, and Robert Schulmann (1995) VOLUME 5: The Swiss Years: Correspondence, 1902-1914 edited by Martin J. Klein, A. J. Kox, and Robert Schulmann (1993) VOLUME 6: The Berlin Years: Writings, 1914-1917 edited by A. J. Kox, Martin J. Klein, and Robert Schulmann (1996) VOLUME 7: The Berlin Years: Writings, 1918-1921 edited by Michel Janssen, Robert Schulmann, Jozsef Illy, Christoph Lehner, and Diana Kormos Buchwald (2002) VOLUME 8: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, 1914-1918 edited by Robert Schulmann, A. J. Kox, Michel Janssen, and Jozsef Illy (1998) VOLUME 9: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, January 1919-April 1920 edited by Diana Kormos Buchwald, Robert Schulmann, Jozsef Illy, Daniel J. Kennefick, and Tilman Sauer (2004) VOLUME 10: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, May-December 1920 and Supplementary Correspondence, 1909-1919 edited by Diana Kormos Buchwald, Tilman Sauer, Ze'ev Rosenkranz, Jozsef Illy, and Virginia Iris Holmes (2006) VOLUME 11: Cumulative Index, Bibliography, List of Correspondence, Chronology, and Errata to Volumes 1-10 compiled by A. J. Kox, Tilman Sauer, Diana Kormos Buchwald, Rudy Hirschmann, Osik Moses, Benjamin Aronin, and Jennifer Stolper (2009) VOLUME 12: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, January-December 1921 edited by Diana Kormos Buchwald, Ze'ev Rosenkranz, Tilman Sauer, Jozsef Illy, and Virginia Iris Holmes (2009)

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  • List of Texts ix INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 6 xv Acknowledgments xxvi List of Location Symbols and Descriptive Symbols xxvii TEXTS 1 1. "On the Principle of Relativity," 26 April 1914 3 "Vom Relativit5ts-Prinzip" Vossische Zeitung, 26 April 1914 2. "Covariance Properties of the Field Equations of the Theory of Gravitation Based on the Generalized Theory of Relativity," 29 May 1914 "Kovarianzeigenschaften der Feldgleichungen der auf die verallgemeinerte Relativitatstheorie gegrundeten Gravitationstheorie" 6 Zeitschrift fur Mathematik und Physik 63 (1914) 3. "Inaugural Lecture," 2 July 1914 19 "Antrittsrede" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1914) 4. "Remarks on P. Harzer's Paper: 'On the Dragging of Light in Glass and on Aberration'," 18 July 1914 25 "Bemerkungen zu P. Harzers Abhandlung ,,Uber die Mitfuhrung des Lichtes in Glas und die Aberration" Astronomische Nachrichten 199 (1914) 5. "Contributions to Quantum Theory," 24 July 1914 29 "Beitrage zur Quantentheorie" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 16 (1914) 6. "Response to Paul Harzer's Reply," 18 August 1914 41 "Antwort auf eine Replik Paul Harzers" Astronomische Nachrichten 199 (1914) 7. Lecture Notes for Course on Relativity at the University of Berlin, 44 Winter Semester 1914/1915, 16 October 1914-15 March 1915 8. "Manifesto to the Europeans" (with G. F. Nicolai and 69 F. W. Forster), mid-October 19t4 "Aufruf an die Europaer" 9. "The Formal Foundation of the General Theory of Relativity," 29 October 1914 72 "Die formale Grundlage der allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1914) 10. Review of Alexander Brill, The Principle of Relativity: An Introduction to the Theory, 27 November 1914 131 Das Relativitatsprinzip. Eine Einfuhrung in die Theorie Die Naturwissenschaften 2 (1914) 11. Review of H. A. Lorentz, The Principle of Relativity: Three Lectures ... 27 November 1914 134 Das Relativitatsprinzip. Drei Vorlesungen ... Die Naturwissenschaften 2 (1914) 12. "Expert Opinion on Legal Dispute between Anschutz & Co. and Sperry Gyroscope Company," 6 February 1915 137 "Gutachten zum Rechtsstreit Anschutz & Co. gegen Sperry-Gyroscope Company" Editorial Note: Einstein on Ampere's Molecular Currents 145 13. "Experimental Proof of Amp6re's Molecular Currents" 151 (with Wander J. de Haas), 19 February 1915 "Experimenteller Nachweis der Ampereschen Molekularstrome" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 17 (1915) 14. "Experimental Proof of the Existence of Ampere's Molecular Currents" (with Wander J. de Haas), 23 April 1915 172 Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen to Amsterdam. Section of Sciences. Proceedings 18 (1915-16) 15. "Experimental Proof of Ampere's Molecular Currents," 7 May 1915 190 "Experimenteller Nachweis der Ampereschen Molekularstrome" Die Naturwissenschaften 3 (1915) 16. "Correction of My Joint Paper with J. W. de Haas: 'Experimental Proof of Ampere's Molecular Currents'," 10 May 1915 194 "Berichtigung zu meiner gemeinsam mit Herrn J. W. de Haas veroffentlichten Arbeit ,,Experimenteller Nachweis der Ampereschen Molekularstrome" " Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 17 (1915) 17. "Comment on the Essay Submitted by Knapp: 'The Shearing of the Light-Ether ...'," 15 June 1915 197 "Ausserung zu dem von Herrn Knapp eingereichten Aufsatze ,,Die Scherung des Lichtathers ..." 18. "Response to a Paper by M. von Laue: 'A Theorem in Probability Calculus and Its Application to Radiation Theory'," 24 June 1915 198 "Antwort auf eine Abhandlung M. v. Laues ,,Ein Satz der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und seine Anwendung auf die Strahlungstheorie" " Annalen der Physik 47 (1915) 19. "Supplementary Expert Opinion," 7 August 1915 "Nachtragsgutachten" 207 20. "My Opinion on the War," 23 October-11 November 1915 211 "Meine Meinung Uber den Krieg" 21. "On the General Theory of Relativity," 4 November 1915 214 "Zur allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1915) 22. "On the General Theory of Relativity (Addendum)," 11 November 1915 225 "Zur allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie (Nachtrag)" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1915) 23. "Comment on Our Paper: 'Experimental Proof of Ampere's Molecular Currents"' (with Wander J. de Haas), 15 November 1915 230 "Notiz zu unserer Arbeit "Experimenteller Nachweis der Ampereschen Molekularstrome" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 17 (1915) 24. "Explanation of the Perihelion Motion of Mercury from the General Theory of Relativity," 18 November 1915 233 "Erklarung der Perihelbewegung des Merkur aus der allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1915) 25. "The Field Equations of Gravitation," 25 November 1915 244 "Die Feldgleichungen der Gravitation" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1915) 26. "On the Theory of Tetrode and Sackur for the Entropy Constant," ca. 14 January 1916 250 "Zur Tetrode-Sakkur'schen Theorie der Entropie-Konstante" 27. "A New Formal Interpretation of Maxwell's Field Equations of Electrodynamics," 3 February 1916 263 "Eine neue formale Deutung der Maxwellschen Feldgleichungen der Elektrodynamik" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1916) 28. "A Simple Experiment to Demonstrate Ampere's Molecular Currents," 25 February 1916 270 "Ein einfaches Experiment zum Nachweis der Ampereschen Molekularstrome" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 18 (1916) 29. "Ernst Mach," 14 March 1916 277 Physikalische Zeitschrift 17 (1916) 30. "The Foundation of the General Theory of Relativity," 20 March 1916 283 "Die Grundlage der allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Annalen der Physik 49 (1916) 31. "Appendix. Formulation of the Theory on the Basis of a Variational Principle," before 20 March 1916 340 "Anhang. Darstellung der Theorie ausgehend von einem Variationsprinzip" 32. "Approximative Integration of the Field Equations of Gravitation," 22 June 1916 347 "Naherungsweise Integration der Feldgleichungen der Gravitation" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1916) 33. "Einstein's Memorial Lecture on Karl Schwarzschild," 29 June 1916 358 "Gedachtnisrede des Hrn. Einstein auf Karl Schwarzschild" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1916) 34. "Emission and Absorption of Radiation in Quantum Theory," 17 July 1916 363 "Strahlungs-Emission und -Absorption nach der Quantentheorie" Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 18 (1916) 35. "Preface" to Erwin Freundlich, The Foundations of Einstein's Theory of Gravitation, ca. August 1916 371 36. Review of H. A. Lorentz, Statistical Theories in Thermodynamics: Five Lectures ... 11 August 1916 374 Les theories statistiques en thermodynamique Die Naturwissenschaften 4 (1916) 37. "Author's Summary of The Foundation of the General Theory of Relativity, 11 August 1916 378 Die Naturwissenschaften 4 (1916) 38. "On the Quantum Theory of Radiation," after 24 August 1916 381 "Zur Quantentheorie der Strahlung" Physikalische Gesellschaft Zurich. Mitteilungen 18 (1916) 39. "Elementary Theory of Water Waves and of Flight," 25 August 1916 "Elementare Theorie der Wasserwellen und des Fluges" 399 Die Naturwissenschaften 4 (1916) 40. "On Friedrich Kottler's Paper: 'On Einstein's Equivalence Hypothesis and Gravitation'," October 1916 403 "Uber Friedrich Kottlers Abhandlung ,,Uber Einsteins Aquivalenzhypothese und die Gravitation" Annalen der Physik 51 (1916) 41. "Hamilton's Principle and the General Theory of Relativity," 26 October 1916 409 "Hamiltonsches Prinzip und allgemeine Relativitatstheorie" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1916) Editorial Note: Einstein's Popular Book on Relativity 417 42. On the Special and the General Theory of Relativity (A Popular Account), December 1916 420 Uber die spezielle und die allgemeine Relativitatstheorie (Gemeinverstandlich). Braunschweig: Vieweg, 1917 43. "Cosmological Considerations in the General Theory of Relativity," 8 February 1917 540 "Kosmologische Betrachtungen zur allgemeinen Relativitatstheorie" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1917) 44. "Reply to the Plaintiff's Written Statement of 27 December 1916," 17 February 1917 553 "Antwort auf die Schrift der Klagerin vom 27. December 1916" 45. "On the Quantum Theorem of Sommerfeld and Epstein," 11 May 1917 "Zum Quantensatz von Sommerfeld und Epstein" 555 Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen 19 (1917) 46. Review of Hermann von Helmholtz, Two Lectures on Goethe, 2 November 1917 568 Zwei Vortrage uber Goethe Die Naturwissenschaften 5 (1917) 47. "A Derivation of Jacobi's Theorem," 22 November 1917 "Eine Ableitung des Theorems von Jacobi" Koniglich Preuaische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin). Sitzungsberichte (1917) 48. "Marian von Smoluchowski," 14 December 1917 576 Die Naturwissenschaften 5 (1917) 49. "The Nightmare," 25 December 1917 580 "Der Angst-Traum" Berliner Tageblatt, 25 December 1917 APPENDIXES A. Summaries of Einstein's Courses, University of Berlin 583 B. Nachschrift of Einstein's Wolfskehl Lectures, summer 1915 586 Literature Cited 591 Indexes 607

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書名 The collected papers of Albert Einstein
著作者等 Buchwald, Diana Kormos
Einstein, Albert
Hirschmann, Rudy
Janssen, Michel
Kennefick, Daniel
Klein, Martin J.
Kox, Anne J.
Rowe, David E.
Schulmann, Robert J.
Stachel, John J
Aronin Benjamin
Cassidy David C.
Hentschel Ann M.
Holmes Virginia Iris
Illy Jozsef
Kennefick Daniel J.
Klein Martin J. (Professor of History of Science Yale University USA)
Lehner Christoph
Moses Osik
Renn Juergen
Renn Jurgen
Rosenkranz Ze'ev
Sauer Tilman
Schulmann Robert
Stachel John
Stolper Jennifer
Kox A.J.
書名別名 Gesammelte Schriften
巻冊次 v. 1
v. 2
v. 3
v. 4
v. 5
v. 6
v. 7
v. 8, pt. A
v. 8, pt. B
v. 9
v. 10
v. 11
v. 12
v. 13
v. 14
v. 15
出版元 Princeton University Press
刊行年月 1987-
ページ数 v.
大きさ 27 cm
ISBN 0691010862
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0691037051
0691048495
0691057176
0691085269
0691087725
0691120889
0691128251
0691084076
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