Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Ernst Mach" by Paul Pojman

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Thiele (1963) and Blackmore (1972) contain exhaustive bibliographies of the German editions of Mach’s books, articles, newspaper writings, and correspondence. Mach’s archive is located in the Deutches Museum in Munich.

Floyd Ratliff’s Mach Bands, in addition to explicating the importance of Mach’s work in psychology to modern psychology, also contains translations of five critical articles written by Mach in 1865–68.

Primary Literature

Books in English Translation

[SG] Space and Geometry in the Light of Physiological, Psychological and Physical Inquiry. Trans. by T. J. McCormack, La Salle: Open Court, 1960.
[SM] The Science of Mechanics: A critical and Historical Account of its Development. Trans. by T. J. McCormack, La Salle: Open Court, 1960.
[PL] Popular Scientific Lectures. Trans. T. J. McCormack, La Salle: Open Court, 1986.
[KE] Knowledge and Error—Sketches on the Psychology of Enquiry. Trans. By T. J. McCormack & P. Fouldes, Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1976.
[AS] The Analysis of Sensations and the Relation of the Physical to the Psychical. Trans. by C. M. Williams, La Salle: Open Court, 1984.
[PE] Principles of the Theory of Heat—Historically and Critically Elucidated. Trans. T. J. McCormack, Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1986.

Critical Articles and Essays

[1890] “The Analysis of Sensations—Antimetaphysical.” Monist, 1: 48.
[1891] “Some Questions of Psycho-Physics.” Monist, 1: 394–400.
[1892] “Facts and Mental Symbols.” Monist, 2: 198.
[1906] “On Physiological, as Distinguished from Geometrical Space.” Monist, 11: 321.
[1908] “Über den Relativen Bildungswert der Philologischen und der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaften Unterrichtsfächer.” Vienna.
[1910] “The Guiding Principles of My Scientific Theory of Knowledge and Its Reception by My Contemporaries.” In S. Toulmin [1970].
[1910a] “Die Organisierung der Intelligenz.” Neue Freie Presse, July 24, Morgenblatt.
[1913] “Psychic and Organic Life.” Monist, 23: 1.
[1913a] “Selbstbiographie.” In Blackmore [1992].

Articles on Mach Bands, in Mach Bands, Ed. Floyd Ratliff.

[1865] “On the effect of the spatial distribution of the light stimulus on the retina.” 253–271.
[1866] “On the physiological effect of spatially distributed light stimuli.” 271–284.
[1866b] “On the physiological effect of spatially distributed light stimuli.” 285–298.
[1868] “On the physiological effect of spatially distributed light stimuli.” 299–306.
[1868b] “On the dependence of retinal points on one another.” 307–320.
[1906b] “On the influence of spatially and temporally varying light stimuli on visual perception.” 321–332.

Lectures in Popular Scientific Lectures, Open Court, 1986. These were lectures dating from 1863 to 1898. They were first published collectively in English in 1898.

Secondary Literature

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