The new science : 3 complete works / Max Planck.

[New York] : Meridian Books, 1959.

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Other Title Philosophy of physics.
Universe in the light of modern physics.
Where is science going?
Subjects Physics -- Philosophy.
Science -- Philosophy.
Series Greenwich editions.
Description xxiv, 328 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes "1st printing 1959."
First work translated by James Murphy; the other two works translated by W.H. Johnston.
Includes index.
Translated from the German.
Gift of : Peter Caws.
Contents Preface / Albert Einstein -- Introduction / James Franck -- Where is science going?. Fifty years of science ; Is the external world real? ; The scientist's picture of the physical universe ; Causation and free will : statement of the problem ; Causation and free will : the answer to science ; From the relative to the absolute -- The universe in the light of modern physics -- The philosophy of physics. Physics and world philosophy ; Causation in nature ; Scientific ideas : their origin and effects ; Science and faith.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)566256
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WorldCat Identities Planck, Max, 1858-1947.
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