Table of contents for The Kantian legacy in nineteenth-century science / Michael Friedman and Alfred Nordmann, editors.


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1      EDITORS' INTRODUCTION  1
2      KANT AND NATURPHILOSOPHIE   7
Frederick Beiser
3      NATURE Is THE POETRY OF MIND, OR HOW SCHELLING SOLVED
GOETHE'S KANTIAN PROBLEMS  27
Robert J. Richards
4      KANT-NATURPHILOSOPHIE-ELECTROMAGNETISM     51
Michael Friedman
5      EXTENDING KANT: THE ORIGINS AND NATURE OF JAKOB FRIEDRICH
FRIES'S PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE  81
Frederick Gregory
6      KANT, FRIES, AND THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE OF SCIENCE  101
Helmut Pulte
7      KANT, HELMHOLTZ, AND THE MEANING OF EMPIRICISM  123
Robert DiSalle
8      OPERATIONALIZING KANT: MANIFOLDS, MODELS, AND MATHEMATICS IN
HELMHOLTZ'S THEORIES OF PERCEPTION  141
Timothy Lenoir
9      "THE FACT OF SCIENCE" AND CRITIQUE OF KNOWLEDGE: EXACT
SCIENCE AS PROBLEM AND RESOURCE IN MARBURG NEO-
KANTIANISM   211
Alan Richardson
10     KANTIANISM AND REALISM: ALOIS RIEHL (AND MORITZ
SCHLICK)  227
Michael Heidelberger
11     CRITICAL REALISM, CRITICAL IDEALISM, AND CRITICAL
COMMON-SENSISM: THE SCHOOL AND WORLD PHILOSOPHIES
OF RIEHL, COHEN, AND PEIRCE  249
Alfred Nordmann
12     POINCARC'S CIRCULARITY ARGUMENTS FOR MATHEMATICAL
INTUITION  275
Janet Folina
13     POINCAR--BETWEEN PHYSICS AND PHILOSOPHY   295
Jeremy Gray
14     IMAGES AND CONVENTIONS: KANTIANISM, EMPIRICISM,
AND CONVENTIONALISM IN HERTZ'S AND POINCARE'S
PHILOSOPHIES OF SPACE AND MECHANICS  315
Jesper Liitzen



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Science Philosophy History 19th century, Philosophy and science History 19th century, Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804