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Free eBook Rational Reconstructions of Modern Physics (Fundamental Theories of Physics) download ISBN: 9400700768
Author: Peter Mittelstaedt
Publisher: Springer; 2011 edition (November 25, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 138
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Physics
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Dr. Peter Mittelstaedt is emeritus professor at the University of Cologne. Series: Fundamental Theories of Physics (Book 174).

Dr. He has published various books with Springer: "Laws of Nature" (2005, together with . Weingartner), "The Quantum Theory of Measurement" (1996, together with P. Busch and . Lahti) and "Quantum Logic" (1978).

Fundamental Theories of Physics. Interpretations of Modern Physics. Rational Reconstructions of Modern Physics. Authors: Mittelstaedt, Peter. In addition, the statistics of quantum objects is elaborated in more detail with respect to the rational reconstruction of quantum mechanics. The new material completes the approach of the book as much as it is possible at the present state of knowledge.

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Peter Mittelstaedt (auth. Newton’s classical physics and its underlying ontology are loaded with several metaphysical hypotheses that cannot be justified by rational reasoning nor by experimental evidence. Show all. Table of contents (6 chapters).

from book Rational Reconstructions of Modern Physics. Article · January 2013 with 9 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The reconstruction of quantum physics has been connected with the interpretation of the quantum formalism, and has continued to be so with the recent deeper consideration of the relation of information to quantum states and processes. This paper is concerned with the problem of the validity of Leibniz's principle of the identity of indiscernibles in physics.

Newton’s classical physics and its underlying ontology are loaded with several metaphysical hypotheses that cannot be justified by rational reasoning nor by experimental evidence. Furthermore, it is well known that some of these hypotheses are not contained in the great theories of modern physics, such as the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. This book shows that, on the basis of Newton’s classical physics and by rational reconstruction, the theory of relativity as well as quantum mechanics can be obtained by partly eliminating or attenuating the metaphysical hypotheses. Moreover, it is shown that these reconstructions do not require additional hypotheses or new experimental results.