Niels Bohr: Reflections on Subject and Object

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Microanalytix, 2001 - Philosophy - 523 pages
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This is a detailed study of Niels Bohr's work on an epistemological foundation for 20th century physics. The connections he drew between physics, language, and philosophy, are traced historically and their validity is analyzed in the light of contemporary science. (Philosophy)
  

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1911 1925
24
19271934
72
1935 1962
97
The Synthesis of Bohrs Epistemology
127
Bohrs Quantum Theory
156
Bohrs Epistemological Theory
175
The Foundations of Bohrs Thought
197
Bohr and Kant
228
Complementarity Observation and Language
310
Reflections
339
Bohrs Approach to Quantum Measurement
369
Questions of Interpretation
400
Epistemological Issues in Quantum Physics
425
What do Theories Tell Us?
442
Subject and Object
462
RSO Bibliography
479

Nineteenth Century Philosophy and Science
252
19021935
281

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