Table of contents for Defending Einstein : Hans Reichenbach's writings on space, time, and motion / edited by Steven Gimbel, Anke Walz.

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Contents
Introduction
1. Review of Moritz Schlick's General Theory of Knowledge
2. Einstein's Theory of Space
3. Reply to H. Dingler's Critique of the Theory of Relativity
4. Report on an Axiomatization of Einstein's Theory of Space-Time
5. Reply to Th. Wulf's Objections to the General Theory of Relativity
6. Einstein's Theory of Motion
7. The Theory of Relativity and Absolute Transport Time
8. Reply to Anderson's Objections to the General theory of Relativity
9. Review of Müller's The Philosophical Problems with Einstein's Theory of
Relativity
10. The Philosophical Significance of the Theory of Relativity
11. Planet Clocks and Einsteinian Simultaneity
12. On the Physical Consequences of the Axiomatization of Relativity
13. Has the Theory of Relativity Been Refuted?
14. Response to a Publication of Mr. Hj. Mellin

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Relativity (Physics).
Relativity (Physics) -- Philosophy.
Physics -- Philosophy.