Essays 1932-1957 on Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge

Ox Bow Press (1958)
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Introduction -- Light and life -- Biology and atomic physics -- Natural philosophy and human cultures -- Discussion with Einstein on epistemological problems in atomic physics -- Unity of knowledge -- Atoms and human knowledge -- Physical science and the problem of life.
Keywords Atoms  Physics Philosophy  Knowledge, Theory of
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Call number QC173.B64213 1987 vol. 2
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