[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Talk presented at the History of Science Society meeting in Madison, Wis., October 1978.
2
Becher (Bib. 1)
Davie (Bib. 19)
Olson (Bib. 49)
Richards (Bib. 52).
3
Becher (Bib. 1)
Grabiner (Bib. 28)
Grattan-Guinness (Bib. 31).
4
Grabiner (Bib. 29).
5
Becher (Bib. 1).
6
Richards (Bib. 52-53)
Koppleman (Bib. 44).
7
Richards (Bib. 52), 345.
8
Rider (Bib. 54).
9
Maxwell, SP, 2, 111, 326, resp.
10
Wise (Bib. 78)
Olson (Bib. 49).
11
John Leslie, Elements of geometry, geometrical analysis, and plane trigonometry (Edin- burgh, 1809), If
Olson (Bib. 48), 38f.
12
Olson (Bib. 48), n.27.
13
Herschel, ["Review of Whewell"], The quarterly review, 68 (1841), 221f
Richards (Bib. 52), 359.
14
Leslie (ref. 11)
Olson (Bib. 48), 43.
15
Wiener (Bib. 71), 18.
16
Ibid., 23.
17
Pierre Duhem, The aim and structure of physical reality, trans. P. P. Wiener (Prince- ton, 1954), 69.
18
Herivel (Bib. 37)
Grattan-Guinness and Ravetz (Bib. 30)
Wise (Bib. 78).
19
Crosland and Smith (Bib. 17).
20
Cantor (Bib. 11)
Smith (Bib. 60).
21
Moyer (Bib. 47)
Wise (Bib. 78).
22
Moyer (Bib. 45).
23
"Address by the president," Royal Irish Academy, Proceedings, 1 (1836-1839), 215
Moyer (Bib. 45)
Hankins (Bib. 33).
24
Cantor (Bib. 12)
Wilson (Bib. 72)
Crosland and Smith (Bib. 17).
25
Buchwald (Bib. 8).
26
Hankins (Bib. 32–33).
27
Cantor (Bib. 12).
28
George Biddel Airy, Mathematical tracts on the lunar and planetary theories, the figure of the earth, precession and nutation, the calculus of variations, and the undulatory theory of op- tics, 2nd. ed. (Cambridge, 1831), iv, 257–259.
29
Parkinson (Bib. 50)
Wilson (Bib. 73, 75).
30
Stokes, Mathematical and physical papers (5 vols., Cambridge, 1880–1905), 1, 80, 184, and 2, 1, 12
Maxwell, SP, 2, 71.
31
Stokes (ref. 30), 2, 1.
32
Ibid., 2, 244–245
William Thomson, Reprint of papers on electrostatics and magnetism (London, 1872), 32, 100–103.
Thomson's Notebook for 1859
Knudson (Bib. 41–42).
33
Wilson (Bib. 74)
Smith (Bib. 60).
34
Smith (Bib. 60)
Wise (Bib. 76–77)
Sharlin (Bib. 55).
35
Smith (Bib. 60, 63).
36
Wise (Bib. 77).
37
Wise (Bib. 79).
38
Sir William Thomson and Peter Guthrie Tait, Treatise on natural philosophy (2nd ed., 2 parts
Cambridge, 1879–93), I, 265.
39
Moyer (Bib. 46).
40
Maxwell, SP, 2, 456 and 33, resp.
41
Maxwell, Encyclopedia britannica, 9th ed., s.v. "Atom."
42
Doran (Bib. 20)
Buchwald (Bib. 6–7, 9).
43
Duhem (ref. 17), 79.
44
Berkson (Bib. 2).
45
Chalmers (Bib. 13), 107
Chalmers (Bib. 14–15).
46
Kargon (Bib. 39)
Olson (Bib. 48)
Everitt (Bib. 22).
47
Maxwell, SP, 2, 309.
48
Turner (Bib. 68).
49
Everitt (Bib. 22)
Wise (Bib. 78–79).
50
Maxwell, "Analogies: Are there real analogies in nature?" written for the Apostles Club at Cambridge, 1856
Lewis Campbell and William Garnett, The life of James Clerk Maxwell, ed. W. D. Niven (Paris, 1927), 351
Hesse (Bib. 38).
51
Maxwell, SP, 1, 207, 188, resp.
52
Siegel (Bib. 57)
Knudsen (Bib. 42).
53
Maxwell, SP, 1, 486.
54
Heimann (Bib. 34), 190, 192.
55
Heimann (Bib. 34), n.112.
56
Maxwell, (ref. 50), 349.
57
Everitt (Bib. 22).
58
Turner (Bib. 70)
Simpson (Bib. 59)
Topper (Bib. 66)
Moyer (Bib. 46).
59
Maxwell, SP, 2, 783–784.
60
Maxwell, SP, 2, 781.
61
Simpson (Bib. 59)
Olson (Bib. 49).
62
Wise (Bib. 76, 79).
63
Maxwell, SP, 2, 257–266
Siegel (Bib. 56).
64
Bromberg (Bib. 3–4)
Buchwald (Bib. 6)
Chalmers (Bib. 13–15)
Heimann (Bib. 36)
Hesse (Bib. 38)
Knudson (Bib. 43)
Wise (Bib. 79).
65
Buchwald (Bib. 6–7, 9).
66
Hesse (Bib. 38).
67
Wise (Bib. 79).
68
Garber (Bib. 24–27)
Brush (Bib. 5)
Everitt (Bib. 22)
Truesdell (Bib. 67).
69
Garber (Bib. 27).
70
Maxwell, SP, 2, 377f.
71
Heimann (Bib. 35)
Dorling (Bib. 21).
72
Maxwell, Theory of heat, 7th ed. (London, 1883), 308
Brush (Bib. 5), 589.
73
Topper (Bib. 66).
74
Maxwell, SP, 2, 716.
75
Ibid., 715f.
76
Ibid., 727.
77
Klein (Bib. 40), 89f.
78
Ibid., 89.
79
Ibid., 90.
80
Brush (Bib. 5), 593.
81
Dorling (Bib. 21).
82
Klein (Bib. 40)
Daub (Bib. 18).
83
Smith (Bib. 63).
84
Maxwell, SP, 2, 26.
85
Maxwell, SP, 2, 420.
86
Garber (Bib. 27), 271, 297.
87
Porter (Bib. 51).

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