Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist

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14. FILMER S. C. NORTHROP: "Einstein's Conception of Science"385
15. E. A. MILNE: "Gravitation Without General Relativity"409
16. GEORGES EDWARD LEMAÎTRE: "The Cosmological Constant"437
17. KARL MENGER: "Modern Geometry and the Theory of Relativity"457
18. LEOPOLD INFELD: "General Relativity and the Structure of Our Universe"475
19. MAX VON LAUE: "Inertia and Energy"501
20. HERBERT DINGLE: "Scientific and Philosophical Implications of the Special Theory of Relativity"535
21. KURT GÖDEL: "A Remark About the Relationship Between Relativity Theory and Idealistic Philosophy"555
22. GASTON BACHELARD: "The Philosophic Dialectic of the Concepts of Relativity"563
23. ALOYS WENZL: "Einstein's Theory of Relativity Viewed from the Standpoint of Critical Realism, and Its Significance for Philosophy"581
24. ANDREW PAUL USHENKO: "Einstein's Influence on Contemporary Philosophy"607
25. VIRGIL HINSHAW, JR.: "Einstein's Social Philosophy"647
III. EINSTEIN'S REPLY
ALBERT EINSTEIN: "Remarks to the Essays Appearing in this Collective Volume"663
IV. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WRITINGS OF ALBERT EINSTEIN TO MAY 1951 (Compiled by MARGARET C. SHIELDS)689
Preface to the Bibliography691
I. "Scientific Writings"694
II. "Non-Scientific Writings"730
III. Interviews, Letters and Speches747
IV. Addenda to Bibliography756
V. Supplement to Addenda to Einstein's Writings758a
Chronological List of Principal Works759
Index (Arranged by SURINDAR SURI and KENNETH G. HALVORSEN)761

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