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### Contents

The Scientific Work of Albert | 2 |

Presuppositions | 129 |

Einsteins Contributions to Quan | 147 |

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Albert Einstein Annalen der Physik appears atomic body causal classical mechanics classical physics clock co-ordinates concepts constant continuum cosmological cosmological constant curvature deductive definition density derived Einstein's theory electromagnetic electron empirical energy epistemological equations equivalence Euclidean geometry Euclidean space existence experience expression fact formulated frame of reference function fundamental given gravitational field idea inertia interpretation knowledge laws logical Lorentz mass mathematical matter means measurement ment method metric momentum motion nature nebulae Newton Newtonian object observer particle phenomena philosophical physical reality physical theory physicists Planck position possible postulates present Preussische Akademie principle problem quantum mechanics quantum theory question radiation red-shift regard rela relation Relativitätstheorie relativity of simultaneity relativity theory result scientific scientist sense simultaneity space space-time spatial special theory statistical structure tensor theoretical physics theory of relativity tion transformation translation universe velocity of light wave