The how and the why: An Essay on the Origins and Development of Physical Theory

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Princeton University Press, Sep 21, 1990 - Science - 459 pages

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Contents

What Is the World?
3
How Is It Built? M
24
The Sky Is a Machine
54
The Christian Cosmos
78
What Are These Things I See?
95
The Wider Shores of Knowledge
109
Illumination
124
The Spheres Are Broken
142
3 A World of Bronze and Marble
275
5 Very Small and Far Away
305
Does It Make Sense?
334
Moving Down the Scale
352
8 And Now the Universe
372
CHAPTER f Order and Law
387
NOTE A Heros Principle
407
NOTE The TwoSlit Experiment in Quantum
420

chapter to Influences
170
1 They Move According to Number
202
Time Space and Form
224

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