Phenomenology

As a modern philosophical field, phenomenology investigates the organization of conscious experience, dealing with questions, for instance, of how the division between subject (ego) and object (world) arises and how things in the world are classified. Since much historical research concerns the historical actor’s consciousness (and self-consciousness), some historians have

Albert Einstein (1879-1955) and the Theories of Relativity

Einstein Bibliography Manuscripts Works in English Non-Scientific Works Historiography Historiographical Review: Einstein in His Times Biography Origins of Relativity Theories Reception of Relativity Theories Other Studies Advanced Interpretation Popularizations of the Theories Introduction to the Science Bibliography Boni, Nell, Monique Russ, and Dan H. Lawrence. A Bibliographical Checklist and Index

Immanuel Kant – Transcendental Idealism

Kant’s Description of the Transformation of Sensations into Experience Summarizing the argument presented in: Immanuel Kant. Critique of Pure Reason. Originally published as Kritik der reinen Vernunft. 1781. Trans. by Norman Kemp Smith. London: Macmillan, 1929. Kant defines “transcendental idealism” in the following way: “… Everything intuited in space or

Quantum Theory

What is brighter than a thousand suns ? Bibliography General Studies about Quantum Theory Popular Discussions of Quantum Theory Fission Philosophy by Quantum Physicists Bibliography Kuhn, Thomas S., John L. Heilbron, Paul L. Forman, and Lini Allen. Sources for History of Quantum Physics: An Inventory and Report. Philadelphia; The American

The Royal Society of London

Social Relations of Science, Renaissance Throught the Eighteenth Century – The Royal Society of London Bibliographies Clark, Alan J. “The History of the Royal Society: A Chronological Checklist of Books in English,” Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 46 (1992), 335-345. Manuscripts Oldenburg, Henry. The Correspondence of