Ludwig Boltzmann (1844 – 1906)

Ludwig Boltzmann, Austrian physicist; devoted the second part of his life to philosophy. His natural philosophy is of great importance in the fields of philosophy of science and contemporary philosophy. This article presents (a) his biography; (b) different aspects of his natural philosophy; and (c) bibliography of his philosophical works and the works devoted to his natural philosophy.
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