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What is included with this book?
Introduction | p. ix |
Preface | p. 1 |
The Foundation | p. 5 |
The Nature of Concepts | p. 9 |
Generalizations as Hierarchical | p. 14 |
Perceiving First-Level Causal Connections | p. 21 |
Conceptualizing First-Level Causal Connections | p. 25 |
The Structure of Inductive Reasoning | p. 29 |
Experimental Method | p. 36 |
Galileo's Kinematics | p. 38 |
Newton's Optics | p. 58 |
The Methods of Difference and Agreement | p. 67 |
Induction as Inherent in Conceptualization | p. 74 |
The Mathematical Universe | p. 81 |
The Birth of Celestial Physics | p. 84 |
Mathematics and Causality | p. 103 |
The Power of Mathematics | p. 109 |
Proof of Kepler's Theory | p. 113 |
Newton's Integration | p. 116 |
The Development of Dynamics | p. 117 |
The Discovery of Universal Gravitation | p. 131 |
Discovery Is Proof | p. 143 |
The Atomic Theory | p. 151 |
Chemical Elements and Atoms | p. 153 |
The Kinetic Theory of Gases | p. 164 |
The Unification of Chemistry | p. 170 |
The Method of Proof | p. 177 |
Causes of Error | p. 189 |
Misapplying the Inductive Method | p. 191 |
Abandoning the Inductive Method | p. 211 |
The Role of Mathematics and Philosophy | p. 224 |
Physics as Inherently Mathematical | p. 225 |
The Science of Philosophy | p. 232 |
An End-and a New Beginning | p. 243 |
References | p. 259 |
Index | p. 269 |
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