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  • which we are led by Mach's way of thinking differs essentially from the ether as conceived by Newton, by Fresnel, and by Lorentz. Mach's ether not only conditions
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  • physics and mechanical engineering. For the history of the subject see Mach’s Science of Mechanics, translated by McCormack; for the laws of motion see
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  • in part upon an independent property of space, Mach's idea gains in probability. But this idea of Mach's corresponds only to a finite universe, bounded
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  • Baumann, J.—Ueber Ernst Mach's philosophische Ansichten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • of classical mechanics afford no way of expressing this. For this reason Mach's attempt at a solution failed for the time being. We shall come back to this
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  • Kleinpeter, Hans.—The Principle of the Conservation of Energy, from the Point of View of Mach's Phenomeno-Logical Conception of Nature . . . . . .
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  • 137; electrical theory of, 61; in regions at infinity, 157; infinite, 56; Mach's views, 164; of light, 110; relativity theory of, 139 Inertia-gravitation
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  • the philosophy of Mach a world without matter is unthinkable. Matter in Mach's philosophy is not merely required as a test body to display properties of
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  • from Hume's phenomenal idealism, has developed views closely allied to Mach's universal physical phenomenology. What Hume called repeated sequence Pearson
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  • accelerations. It is evident that Kirchhoff 's descriptive is the same as Mach's economical view. “When I say,” says Mach, “that a body A exerts a force
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  • controversy concerning the Cartesian and Leibnizian measure of force, see Mach’s Science of Mechanics, Chicago, 1893, pp. 272 et seq.—Trans. There is a
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  • 1894–1933. Leben und Werk Köln : Kölnischer Kunstverein Siemsen, H. (2010) 'Mach’s Science Education, the PISA Study and Czech Science Education' in: Ernst
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