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[Footnotes]
1
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Pyenson's "Hermann Min- kowski and Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity," Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 17 (1977), 71–95
Russell McCormmach's "Editor's Forward" to His- torical Studies in the Physical Sciences, 7 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1976), pp. xi–xxxv
Pyenson's article, "Einstein's Early Scientific Collaboration," Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, 7, 83–123.
2
Hermann Minkowski, Hermann Min- kowski. Briefe an David Hilbert, eds. L. Rüdenberg and H. Zassenhaus (Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1973), pp. 9–16.
3
Harris Hancock, Development of the Minkowski Geometry of Numbers (New York: Mac- millan, 1973), p. viii.
4
David Hilbert, "Gedáchtnisrede, gehalten in der óffentlichen Sitzung der Kgl. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Góttingen am 1. Mai 1909," Gesammelte Abhandlungen von Hermann Minkowski (New York: Chelsea, 1967), p. vii
5
Hancock, Minkowski Geometry of Numbers, p. viii
6
Hancock, Minkowski Geometry of Numbers, p. vii.
7
J. Dieudonné, "Hermann Minkowski," Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 9 (New York: Scribner, 1975), 411–414
8
Hermann Min- kowski, unpublished lecture 28 October 1897, MP, box V, folder 13.
9
Gerald Holton, Thematic Origins of Scientific Thought: From Kepler to Einstein (Cam- bridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1973), p. 370
Rudolf Arnheim, Visual Thinking (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969), p. 299
10
"Ueber die Bewegung eines festen Korpers in einer Flüssigkeit," Sitzungsberichte der Berliner Akademie 1888, pp. 1095–1110
Hilbert, "Gedáchtnisrede," p. xxi.
11
Minkowski, Briefe an David Hilbert, pp. 39–40.
12
Hilbert, "Gedáchtnisrede," pp. xxi–xxii.
13
Russell McCormmach, "H. A. Lorentz and the Elec- tromagnetic View of Nature," Isis, 61 (1970), 459–497
Kenneth Schaffner, "The Lorentz Theory of Relativity," American Journal of Physics, 37 (1969), 498–513
Arthur I. Miller, "On Lorentz's Methodology," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 25 (1974), 33ff.
14
Wilhelm Wien, "Ueber die Möglichkeit einer elektromagnetischen Begründung der Mechanik," reprinted in Annalen der Physik, 5 (1901), 501.
15
H. A. Lorentz, "Electromagnetic Phenomena in a System Moving with Any Veloc- ity Smaller than That of Light," Proceedings of the Royal Academy of Amsterdam, 6 (1904), 809
H. A. Lorentz, A. Einstein, H. Minkowski, and H. Weyl, The Principle of Relativity : A Collection of Original Memoirs on the Special and General Theory of Relativity, trans. W. Perett and G. B. Jeffrey, nn. by A. Sommerfeld (New York: Dover, n.d.), pp. 1–34.
See note 25.
16
Lewis Pyenson, "Einstein's Eárly Collaboration," Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, 7 (1976), 89.
17
A. E. Woodruff, "Wilhelm Eduard Weber," DSB, 24, 203–209.
18
Stanley Goldberg, "Eduard Riecke," DSB, 11, 445–447.
19
K. E. Bullen, "Emil Wiechert," DSB, 14, 327–328.
20
Paul Forman, "Carl David Tolme Runge," DSB, 11, 610–614.
21
Paul Forman and Armin Hermann, "Arnold Sommerfeld," DSB, 12, 525–532.
22
Stanley Goldberg, "Max Abraham," DSB, 1, 23–25.
Goldberg, "The Abraham Theory of the Electron: The Symbiosis of Experiment and Theory," Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 7 (1970), 7–25.
23
John T. Campbell, "Walter Kaufmann," DSB, 7, 263–265.
24
Max Born, "Erinnerungen an Hermann Minkowski zur 50. Wiederkehr seines To- destages," Die Naturwissenschaften, 17 (1959), 502
Hilbert, "Gedáchtnisrede," p. xxii.
25
Physikalische Zeitschrift, 10 (1909), 104–111
H. A. Lorentz et al., Das Relativitatsprinzip, 5th ed. (Stuttgart: B. G. Teubner, 1974), pp. 54–56
note 15
RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 75
26
Annalen der Physik, 47 (1915), 927–938
27
Nachrichten der Koniglichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaft und der Georg-August Univer- sitat zu Gottingen, Mathematisch-physikalische Klasse (1908), pp. 53–111
Hil- bert, Abhandlungen von Minkowski, pp. 352–404.
28
Holton, Thematic Origins, pp. 177–179
K. F. Schaffner, "Lorentz Theory," op. cit. (note 13), esp. pp. 508–513
Russell McCormmach, "Einstein, Lorentz and the Electron Theory," Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, 2 (1970), 69–81
Arthur I. Miller, "A Study of Henri Poincaré's 'Sur la Dynamique de l'électron,'" Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 10 (1973), 207–328, esp. 207–233
Arthur I. Miller, 'The Physics of Einstein's Relativity Paper of 1905 and the Electromagnetic World Picture of 1905," to appear in the American Journal of Physics
Tetu Hirosige, "Theory of Relativity and the Ether," Japanese Studies in the History of Science, 7 (1968), 37–58
note 13.
29
Holton, Thematic Origins, pp. 268–269
30
RP, op. cit. (note 26), p. 931.
31
Lecture on complex analysis, pp. 11–12.
32
RP, op. cit. (note 26), p. 928.
33
Draft RP A, p. 16.
Max Born's Autobiography (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1978), p. 131
34
Op. cit (note 25)
RZ, p. 66
ST, p. 91.
35
Henri A. Poincaré, "Sur la Dynamique de l'électron," Rendiconti del Circolo Matemático di Palermo, 21 (1906), 129–175
W. Kilmister, ed., Special Theory of Relativity (Oxford: Pergamon, 1970), pp. 144–185
Miller, "A Study of Poincaré's 'Sur la Dynamique,'" op. cit. (note 28).
36
Poincaré, "Sur la Dynamique," in Kilmister, pp. 175–76.
37
Poincaré, Science and Method, trans. John W. Boulduc (New York: Dover, n.d.), p. 427.
38
RP, op. cit. (note 26), p. 927.
39
RP, op. cit. (note 26), p. 927.
40
RP, op. cit. (note 26), p. 927.
41
RP, op. cit. (note 26), pp. 927–928.
42
Op. cit (note 25): RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 75.
43
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 75.
44
RZ 2, p. 1
45
The Philoso- phy of Space and Time (New York: Dover, 1957), p. 160.
46
Draft RZ 2, p. 1
47
Introductory lecture on complex analysis, p. 7.
48
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 66
ST, p. 91.
49
Draft RZ 4, p. 22
50
Draft RZ 4, p. 1
51
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 75.
52
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 75.
53
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 75.
54
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 54
ST, p. 76.
55
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 55
ST. p. 76.
56
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 55
ST, p. 76.
57
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 55
ST, p. 76.
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Op. cit. (note 26), pp. 928–29.
59
Albert Einstein, "Fundamental Ideas and Methods of Relativity Theory, Presented in Their Development," pp. 20–21
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60
Miller, "Einstein's Relativity Paper," op. cit. (note 28), pp. 11, 14, 23
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RP, op. cit. (note 26), p. 931.
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Max Born, Einstein's Theory of Rela- tivity (New York: Dover, 1962), p. 75.
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The Principle of Relativity, op. cit. (notes 15 and 25)
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 56
ST, p. 78.
66
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 56
ST, p. 79.
67
Draft "Grundgleichungen," p. 2.
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 57
ST, p. 79.
70
Luther Pfahler Eisenhart, Riemannian Geometry (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966), p. 6
71
Draft RZ 4, p. 17
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 60
ST, pp. 82–83.
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 60
ST, p. 83.
74
Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 57
ST, pp. 79–80.
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 60
ST, p. 83.
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, pp. 65–66
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Op. cit. (note 25): RZ, p. 60
ST, p. 83.
78
Draft RP A, p. 7.
79
Draft RZ 4, p. 16
80
Draft RZ 3, p. 5
81
Draft RZ 1, p. 1
82
Holton, Thematic Origins, pp. 353–80.
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Holton, Thematic Origins, p. 370.
84
Plato, Republic, VII, 514a, The Collected Dialogues of Plato, eds., Edith Hamilton and Huntington Cairns (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1971).
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Plato, Republic, VII, 532b.
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