Selected writings, 1909-1953  v. l ~ v. 2

Hans Reichenbach ; principal translations by Elizabeth Hughes Schneewind ; edited by Maria Reichenbach and Robert S. Cohen

Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 82 held in San Fernando, Spain, May 8-12, 1978

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  • Introduction: The Future of the Researches About the Earth's Rotation.- I. Time.- Basic Problems in the Kinematics of the Rotation of the Earth (Invited Paper).- A New State Time and Frequency Standard of the USSR.- A New Method of Universal Time Computation Used in the State Time and Frequency Service of the USSR.- On the Determination of UT1 by the BIH and the U.S.S.R, Time Service.- Etude d'Observations Effectuees a l'Astrolabe de Paris et Comparaison avec d'Autres Resultats Concernant les Termes Principaux de la Nutation.- A New System of the U.S.S.R, Standard Time for 1955-1974 and its Application in the Study of the Earth's Rotation.- An Analysis of the Rotational Acceleration of the Earth (Abstract).- New Determination of the "Decade" Fluctuations in the Rotation of the Earth, 1860-1978 (Abstract).- On the Long-Period Variations in the Rate of the Earth's Rotation (Abstract).- Main Results of Studying the Nature of the Irregularity of the Earth's Rotation.- Some Advantages and Disadvantages of a Photographic Zenith Tube (abstract).- Tidal Perturbations in Astronomical Observations.- Polar Motion and Earth Rotation Monitoring in Canada.- Polar Coordinates and UT1-UTC from PZT Observations.- (?-2L) Terms as Obtained from PZT Observations.- Etude Succinte du Catalogue Fondamental FK4 a Partir des Observations Faites a 1'Astrolabe.- II. Polar Motion.- On the Coordinate Systems Used in the Study of Polar Motion (Invited Paper).- Derivation of Pole Coordinates in a Uniform System from the Past ILS Data.- On the Computation of Accurate Earth Rotation by the Classical Astronomical Method.- On the Relative Motion of the Earth's Axis of Figure and the Pole of Rotation.- Secular Variation of Tashkent Astronomical Latitude (Abstract).- Coordinates of the Pole for the Period 1968-1974 Computed in the System of 10 Stations with Small Variations of Mean Latitudes.- Amelioration des Calculs de Reduction des Observations a l' Astrolabe. Application a la Determination des Termes de 18.6 et 9.3 Ans de la Nutation.- Time and Latitude Programs at the National Observatory of Brazil.- Preliminary Analysis of Astrolabe Observations at Merate Observatory During the Period 1970-1977 (Abstract).- The Longitude Difference Merate- Milano Derived from Danjon Astrolabe Observations by Means of a One-Step Adjustment Using an Extended Model.- Velocity of the Motion of the Terrestrial Pole.- III. Reference Systems.- The Reference Systems (Invited Paper).- The Ephemeris Reference Frame for Astrometry.- Nutation in Space and Diurnal Nutation in the Case of an Elastic Earth.- Concept for Reference Frames in Geodesy and Geodynamics: The Reference Directions (Abstract).- IV. Radio Interferometry.- An Introduction to Radio Interferometric Techniques.- The Application of Radio Interferometric Techniques to the Determination of Earth Rotation (Invited Paper).- An Improved Polar Motion and Earth Rotation Monitoring Service Using Radio Interferometry.- Determination of UT1 and Polar Motion by the Deep Space Network Using Very Long Baseline Interferometry.- The NAVOBSY/NRL Program for the Determination of Earth Rotation and Polar Motion.- Recent Results of Radio Interferometric Determinations of a Transcontinental Baseline, Polar Motion, and Earth Rotation.- Precision Estimates of Universal Time from Radio-Interferometrie Observations.- V. Satellite Laser Ranging.- Determination of Polar Motion and Earth Rotation from Laser Tracking of Satellites (Invited Paper).- Polar Motion from Laser Range Measurements of GEOS-3.- Low Cost Lageos Ranging System (Abstract).- VI. Lunar Laser Ranging.- On the Effective Use of Lunar Ranging for the Determination of the Earth's Rotation (Invited Paper).- Is Lunar Ranging a Viable Component in a Next-Generat ion Earth Rotation Service?.- Preliminary UTO Results from EROLD Data.- VII. Doppler Satellite Methods.- Polar Motion through 1977 from Doppler Satellite Observations (Invited Paper).- Irregularities of the Polar Motion.- Reasons and Possibilities for an Extended Use of the Transit System.- Very First Results of the MEDOC Experiment.- VIII. Geophysics.- The Geophysical Interpretation of Changes in the Length of the Day and Polar Motion.- Estimation of the Parameters of the Earth's Polar Motion.- Rotational Velocity of an Earth Model with a Liquid Core (Abstract).- On Investigations of the Tidal Waves Mf and Mm (Abstract).- Oceanic Tidal Friction: Principles and New Results.- The Stability of Continental Blocks in Seismically Active Regions (Abstract).- General Discussion.- Resolutions.

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  • Memories of Hans Reichenbach.- 1. Autobiographical Sketches for Academic Purposes.- 2. Memories of Wendeli Erne, Hans Reichenbach's Sister.- 3. At the End of School Days: A Look Backward and a Look Forward (1909).- 4. Letter from Reichenbach to His Four Years Older Brother Bernhard.- 5. From a letter of Bernhard Reichenbach to Maria Reichenbach (1975).- 6. Memories of Ilse Reichenbach, Hans Reichenbach's Sister-in-Law.- 7. Memories of Uncle Hans: Nino Erne.- 8. Hans' Speech at the Funeral of His Father.- 9. Aphorisms of a Docent Formally Admitted to Teach at a University (1924).- 10. University Student: Carl Landauer.- 11. University Student: Hilde Landauer.- 12. Memories of Hans Reichenbach, 1928 and Later: Sidney Hook.- 13. A Young University Teacher [from a letter of Carl Hempel to Maria Reichenbach, March 21, 1976].- 14. A Professor in Turkey, 1936: Memories of Matild Kamber.- 15. Concerning Reichenbach's Appointment to the University of California at Los Angeles: Charles Morris.- 16. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Rudolf Carnap.- 17. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Herbert Feigl.- 18. Recollections of Hans Reichenbach: Ernest Nagel.- 19. U.C.L.A.: Donald Kalish.- 20. U.C.L.A.: Paul Wienpahl.- 21. U.C.L.A.: Norman Dalkey.- 22. U.C.L.A.: Hermann F. Schott.- 23. A Blind Student Recalls Hans Reichcnbach: H. G. Burns.- 24. Recollections of Hans Reichenbach: David Brunswick.- 25. U.C.L.A., 1945-1950: Cynthia Schuster.- 26. U.C.L.A., 1949: W. Bruce Taylor.- 27. 1950: Donald A.Wells.- 28. U.C.L.A., 1951-53: Ruth Anna Putnam.- 29. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Frank Leroi.- 30. Hans Reichenbach's Definitive Influence on Me: Adolf Grunbaum.- 31. At the Chapel, 1953: Abraham Kaplan.- 32. Hans Reichenbach, a Memoir: Wesley C. Salmon.- 33. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Maria Reichenbach.- I / Early Writings on Social Problems.- Student Years: Introductory Note to Part I (M.R.).- 1. The Student (1912-13).- 2. The Student Body and Catholicism (1912).- 3. The Free Student Idea: Its Unified Contents (1913).- 4. Why do we Advocate Physical Culture? (1913).- 5. The Meaning of University Reform (1914).- 6. Platform of the Socialist Students' Party (1918).- 7. Socializing the University (1918).- I. Society and Community.- II. The University.- III. The New Order.- IV. Economic Demands.- V. Legal Demands.- VI. Pedagogical Demands.- 8. Report of the Socialist Student Party, Berlin and Notes on the Program (1918).- II / Popular Scientific Articles.- 9. The Nobel Prize for Einstein (1922).- 10. Relativity Theory in a Matchbox: A Philosophical Dialogue (1922).- 11. Tycho Brahe's Sextants (1926).- 12. The Effects of Einstein's Theory (1926).- 13. An Open Letter to the Berlin Funkstunde Corporation (1926).- 14. Laying the Foundations of Chemistry: The Work of Marcellin Berthelot (1927).- 15. Memories of Svante Arrhenius (1927).- 16. A New Model of the Atom (1927).- 17. On the Death of H. A. Lorentz (1928).- 18. Philosophy of the Natural Sciences (1928).- 19. Space and Time: From Kant to Einstein (1928).- 20. Causality or Probability? (1928).- 21. The World View of the Exact Sciences (1928).- 22. New Approaches in Science: Physical Research (1929).- 23. New Approaches in Science: Philosophical Research (1929).- 24. New Approaches in Science: Mathematical Research (1929).- 25. The New Philosophy of Science (1929).- 26. Einstein's New Theory (1929).- 27. Johannes Kepler (1930).- 28. The Present State of the Sciences: The Exact Natural Sciences (1930).- 29. One Hundred Against Einstein (1931).- 30. Is the Human Mind Capable of Giange? (An Interview) (1932).- III / General Scientific Articles.- 31. Metaphysics and Natural Science (1925).- 32. Bertrand Russell (1929).- 33. The Philosophical Significance of Modern Physics (1930).- 34. The Konigsberg Conference on the Epistemology of the Exact Sciences (1930).- 35. The Problem of Causality in Physics (1931).- 36. The Physical Concept of Truth (1931).- 37. Heinrich Scholz'History of Logic (1931).- 38. Aims and Methods of Modern Philosophy of Nature (1931).- 39. Kant and Natural Science (1933).- 40. Carnap'sLogical Structure of the World (1933).- 41. Theory of Series and Godel's Theorems (Sections 17-22) (1948).- IV / Ethical Analysis.- 42. The Freedom of the Will (1959).- 43. On the Explication of Ethical Utterances (1959).- Bibliography of Writings of Hans Reichenbach.- Index of Names.

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

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

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  • Memories of Hans Reichenbach.- 1. Autobiographical Sketches for Academic Purposes.- 2. Memories of Wendeli Erne, Hans Reichenbach's Sister.- 3. At the End of School Days: A Look Backward and a Look Forward (1909).- 4. Letter from Reichenbach to His Four Years Older Brother Bernhard.- 5. From a letter of Bernhard Reichenbach to Maria Reichenbach (1975).- 6. Memories of Ilse Reichenbach, Hans Reichenbach's Sister-in-Law.- 7. Memories of Uncle Hans: Nino Erne.- 8. Hans' Speech at the Funeral of His Father.- 9. Aphorisms of a Docent Formally Admitted to Teach at a University (1924).- 10. University Student: Carl Landauer.- 11. University Student: Hilde Landauer.- 12. Memories of Hans Reichenbach, 1928 and Later: Sidney Hook.- 13. A Young University Teacher [from a letter of Carl Hempel to Maria Reichenbach, March 21, 1976].- 14. A Professor in Turkey, 1936: Memories of Matild Kamber.- 15. Concerning Reichenbach's Appointment to the University of California at Los Angeles: Charles Morris.- 16. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Rudolf Carnap.- 17. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Herbert Feigl.- 18. Recollections of Hans Reichenbach: Ernest Nagel.- 19. U.C.L.A.: Donald Kalish.- 20. U.C.L.A.: Paul Wienpahl.- 21. U.C.L.A.: Norman Dalkey.- 22. U.C.L.A.: Hermann F. Schott.- 23. A Blind Student Recalls Hans Reichcnbach: H. G. Burns.- 24. Recollections of Hans Reichenbach: David Brunswick.- 25. U.C.L.A., 1945-1950: Cynthia Schuster.- 26. U.C.L.A., 1949: W. Bruce Taylor.- 27. 1950: Donald A.Wells.- 28. U.C.L.A., 1951-53: Ruth Anna Putnam.- 29. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Frank Leroi.- 30. Hans Reichenbach's Definitive Influence on Me: Adolf Grunbaum.- 31. At the Chapel, 1953: Abraham Kaplan.- 32. Hans Reichenbach, a Memoir: Wesley C. Salmon.- 33. Memories of Hans Reichenbach: Maria Reichenbach.- I / Early Writings on Social Problems.- Student Years: Introductory Note to Part I (M.R.).- 1. The Student (1912-13).- 2. The Student Body and Catholicism (1912).- 3. The Free Student Idea: Its Unified Contents (1913).- 4. Why do we Advocate Physical Culture? (1913).- 5. The Meaning of University Reform (1914).- 6. Platform of the Socialist Students' Party (1918).- 7. Socializing the University (1918).- I. Society and Community.- II. The University.- III. The New Order.- IV. Economic Demands.- V. Legal Demands.- VI. Pedagogical Demands.- 8. Report of the Socialist Student Party, Berlin and Notes on the Program (1918).- II / Popular Scientific Articles.- 9. The Nobel Prize for Einstein (1922).- 10. Relativity Theory in a Matchbox: A Philosophical Dialogue (1922).- 11. Tycho Brahe's Sextants (1926).- 12. The Effects of Einstein's Theory (1926).- 13. An Open Letter to the Berlin Funkstunde Corporation (1926).- 14. Laying the Foundations of Chemistry: The Work of Marcellin Berthelot (1927).- 15. Memories of Svante Arrhenius (1927).- 16. A New Model of the Atom (1927).- 17. On the Death of H. A. Lorentz (1928).- 18. Philosophy of the Natural Sciences (1928).- 19. Space and Time: From Kant to Einstein (1928).- 20. Causality or Probability? (1928).- 21. The World View of the Exact Sciences (1928).- 22. New Approaches in Science: Physical Research (1929).- 23. New Approaches in Science: Philosophical Research (1929).- 24. New Approaches in Science: Mathematical Research (1929).- 25. The New Philosophy of Science (1929).- 26. Einstein's New Theory (1929).- 27. Johannes Kepler (1930).- 28. The Present State of the Sciences: The Exact Natural Sciences (1930).- 29. One Hundred Against Einstein (1931).- 30. Is the Human Mind Capable of Giange? (An Interview) (1932).- III / General Scientific Articles.- 31. Metaphysics and Natural Science (1925).- 32. Bertrand Russell (1929).- 33. The Philosophical Significance of Modern Physics (1930).- 34. The Konigsberg Conference on the Epistemology of the Exact Sciences (1930).- 35. The Problem of Causality in Physics (1931).- 36. The Physical Concept of Truth (1931).- 37. Heinrich Scholz'History of Logic (1931).- 38. Aims and Methods of Modern Philosophy of Nature (1931).- 39. Kant and Natural Science (1933).- 40. Carnap'sLogical Structure of the World (1933).- 41. Theory of Series and Godel's Theorems (Sections 17-22) (1948).- IV / Ethical Analysis.- 42. The Freedom of the Will (1959).- 43. On the Explication of Ethical Utterances (1959).- Bibliography of Writings of Hans Reichenbach.- Index of Names.

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書名 Selected writings, 1909-1953
著作者等 Cohen, R. S.
Reichenbach, Hans
Reichenbach, Maria
Cohen Robert S.
McCarthy Dennis D.
Pilkington J.D.H.
Reichenbach M.
Schneewind Elizabeth Hughes
書名別名 Selected writings
シリーズ名 Vienna circle collection
巻冊次 v. l
v. 1
v. 2
出版元 D. Reidel Pub. Co.
刊行年月 c1978
ページ数 2 v.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9027702918
9027702926
9027708932
9027709092
9027708924
9789027709103
NCID BA03692899
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