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1929-05

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THE appearance of a work on the philosophy of a branch of mathematical physics by a trained philosopher, who at the same time has a thorough knowledge of mathematical and physical methods and principles, is an event as rare as it is welcome. This book by the Berlin philosopher Reichenbach, well known to mathematical physicists by his writings on relativity, is unique and should be in the library of everyone interested in geometry and relativity in their philosophical as well as mathematical and physical aspects, fully deserving a place beside the standard treatises of Bertrand Russell and Whitehead. It is divided into three sections, the first on space (120 pages), the second on time (45 pages), and the third on space-time (155 pages), whilst there is an appendix (42 pages) on Weyl's extension of Riemannian geometry and the geometrical interpretation of electricity, which forms the basis of a recent paper by the same author on Einstein's new field theory of gravitation and electricity. In the brief space available here it is impossible to do full justice to the author's argument, but the following summary may be useful as an indication of the character and scope of this very important work. More... »

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751

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Nature

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3107

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123

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/123751a0

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