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Fri Mar 21 17:11:51 2014 UTClccn-n500029050.24Schrödinger's kittens and the search for reality : solving the quantum mysteries /0.520.88Erwin Schrödinger's world view : the dynamics of knowledge and reality /56616247Erwin_Schrödingern 5000290538536Schredinger, Ervin, 1887-1961Schredinger, ErwinSchrödinger.Schrödinger, E.Schrödinger, E. 1887-1961Schrödinger, E. (Erwin), 1887-1961Schrödinger, ErwinSchrodinger, Erwin., 1887-1961Schrödinger, Erwin Rudolf Josef AlexanderSchrödinger, Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander 1887-1961Schrödinger, Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexandr, 1887-1961Schroedinger, E.Schroedinger, ErvinSchroedinger, Erwin.Schroedinger, Erwin 1887-1961Šredinger, È.Šredinger, Ėrnest 1887-1961Šredinger, Èrvin.Šredinger, Ervin, 1887-1961Шредингер, Эрвин, 1887-1961シュレーディンガー, エルヴィンlccn-n79017970Gribbin, John1946-lccn-n83828416Scott, William T.(William Taussig)1916-lccn-n50004310Moore, Walter John1918-lccn-n87118380Przibram, Karl1878-comedtcrelccn-n79022889Einstein, Albert1879-1955crelccn-n80038130Planck, Max1858-1947lccn-n83239384Lorentz, H. A.(Hendrik Antoon)1853-1928lccn-n50029198Heisenberg, Werner1901-1976crelccn-n50045711Bohr, Niels1885-1962crelccn-n50082238Kilmister, C. W.(Clive William)edtSchrödinger, Erwin1887-1961BiographyHistoryConference proceedingsRecords and correspondenceSchrödinger, Erwin,PhysicistsAustriaQuantum theoryRealityBiology--PhilosophyHuman evolutionMolecular biologyPhysics--PhilosophySciencePhysicsWave mechanicsLightBiophysicsLife (Biology)ThermodynamicsStatistical mechanicsPhilosophy of natureSpace and timeScience--PhilosophyPhilosophy, AncientMind and bodyCosmologyRelativity (Physics)Schrödinger equationKnowledge, Theory ofChemistry, Physical and theoreticalCausality (Physics)Heisenberg uncertainty principleComplementarity (Physics)Wave-particle dualityAnniversariesQuantum theory--MathematicsBohr, Niels,Heisenberg, Werner,PhilosophyField theory (Physics)Life (Biology)--PhilosophyPhilosophy and scienceScience--Social aspectsHumanismExilesLifeStatistical thermodynamicsWorld War (1939-1945)RefugeesIreland--DublinSelf-organizing systemsDe Valera, Éamon,Ireland188719611907191319141918192019251926192719281929193019311932193319341935194119431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013245904931612530.0924QH331ocn246508045ocn468348910ocn311144680ocn257584505ocn799227438ocn470074023ocn256191490ocn256400268ocn775828640ocn311729996ocn185316938ocn722645333ocn682153362ocn724001436ocn721224330ocn718942207ocn722711069ocn721211396ocn858461128ocn755125876ocn443368066ocn470844728ocn418781196ocn440927835ocn450364806Physicists98789ocn000547428book19440.63Schrödinger, ErwinWhat is life? The physical aspect of the living cellIncludes one of the earliest formulations of genetic material in terms of "information" and "codes" (though at the time of its publishing the structure of DNA and the coding schema had not been elucidated)+-+335279670594233ocn000535658book19460.70Schrödinger, ErwinStatistical thermodynamics : a course of seminar lectures delivered in January-March 1944, at the School of Theoretical Physics, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies+-+968645670592657ocn000531075book19500.63Schrödinger, ErwinSpace-time structure+-+957068670583130ocn000458595book19470.53Schrödinger, ErwinWhat is life? : the physical aspect of the living cell ; & Mind and matterBiography81724ocn000279706book19640.53Schrödinger, ErwinMy view of the worldThe two essays here published for the first time are separated by an interval of thirty-five years.... The two are closely related in theme. -Pref+-+258975364566928ocn000530015book19560.63Schrödinger, ErwinExpanding universes66730ocn001168805book19510.63Schrödinger, ErwinScience and humanism; physics in our time63720ocn000242150book19560.59Schrödinger, ErwinMind and matter58831ocn000847724book19270.63Schrödinger, ErwinScience theory and man : (formerly published under the title, Science and the human temperament)5463ocn000537663book19670.59Przibram, KarlLetters on wave mechanics: Schrödinger, Planck, Einstein, LorentzRecords and correspondence49216ocn001401176book19540.70Schrödinger, ErwinNature and the Greeks42019ocn004498275book19280.73Schrödinger, ErwinCollected papers on wave mechanics31111ocn000697741book19350.76Schrödinger, ErwinScience and the human temperament27411ocn034669216book19540.56Schrödinger, ErwinNature and the Greeks ; and, Science and humanism+-+350020670526039ocn016627288book19620.56Schrödinger, ErwinWas ist ein Naturgesetz? Beiträge zum naturwissenschaftlichen Weltbild24222ocn020056858book19440.28Schrödinger, ErwinStatistical thermodynamicsNobel Laureate's brilliant attempt to develop a simple, unified standard method of dealing with all cases of statistical thermodynamics ? classical, quantum, Bose-Einstein, Fermi-Dirac, and more.The work also includes discussions of Nernst theorem, Planck's oscillator, fluctuations, the n-particle problem, problem of radiation, much more+-+165611139522936ocn074833608book19460.37Schrödinger, ErwinWas ist Leben? : Die lebende Zelle mit d. Augen d. Physikers betrachtetVererbung2268ocn000547387book19560.70Schrödinger, ErwinWhat is life? and other scientific essays2007ocn032545288book19950.70Schrödinger, ErwinThe interpretation of quantum mechanics : Dublin seminars (1949-1955) and other unpublished essays+-+945234633619521ocn001456451book19270.86Schrödinger, ErwinAbhandlungen zur wellenmechanik17499ocn047010639file19920.31Schrödinger, ErwinWhat is life? the physical aspect of the living cell ; with Mind and matter ; & Autobiographical sketchesBiographyNobel laureate Erwin Schrödinger's What is Life? is one of the great science classics of the twentieth century. A distinguished physicist's exploration of the question which lies at the heart of biology, it was written for the layman, but proved one of the spurs to the birth of molecular biology and the subsequent discovery of the structure of DNA. The philosopher Karl Popper hailed it as a "beautiful and important book." It appears here together with Mind and Matter, his essay investigating a relationship which has eluded and puzzled philosophers since the earliest times. Brought together with these two classics are Schrödinger's autobiographical sketches, published and translated here for the first time, which offer a fascinating fragmentary account of his life as a background to his scientific writings.--Publisher description+-+335279670516559ocn010559637book19840.27Gribbin, JohnIn search of Schrödinger's cat : quantum physics and realityHistoryAn astrophysicist offers an introduction to the theoretical principles, practical applications, and far-reaching implications of quantum physics and quantum mechanics+-+880798800514004ocn045730601com19670.50Scott, William TErwin Schrödinger an introduction to his writingsDalibor Paar presents a brief biographical sketch of Austrian physicist Erwin Schrodinger (1887-1961). Paar highlights the papers published by Schrodinger that provided the basis of the wave-mechanics approach to quantum theory11194ocn018463423book19890.39Moore, Walter JohnSchrödinger, life and thoughtBiographyIn the first comprehensive biography of Erwin Schrödinger--a brilliant and charming Austrian, a great scientist, and a man with a passionate interest in people and ideas--the author draws upon recollections of Schrödinger's friends, family and colleagues, and on contemporary records, letters and diaries. Schrödinger led a very intense life, both in his research and in the personal realm. This book portrays his life against the backdrop of Europe at a time of change and unrest. His best known scientific work was the discovery of wave mechanics, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1933. In Dublin, he wrote his most famous and influential book What is Life?, which attracted some of the brightest minds of his generation into molecular biology+-+498908670532411154ocn032455710book19950.24Gribbin, JohnSchrödinger's kittens and the search for reality : solving the quantum mysteriesHistoryAstrophysicist Gribbin's In Search of Schrödinger's Cat presented the quantum's many riddles to the general public. Now he returns with Schrödinger's "kittens," the offspring of his famously indeterminate cat, in which he presents exciting new evidence about the nature of light that pulls together quantum theory and relativity theory into a coherent explanation of reality. As a way of visualizing the many perplexing paradoxes of the new view of reality, Gribbin carries them to opposite ends of the universe, where their fate is determined by signals that travel faster than light and backwards in time. Elsewhere in the quantum world there are photons capable of being in two places at the same time. The practical applications of all this are equally astounding, including the serious possibility that quantum theory could eventually be used to develop a Star Trek-style teleportation machine, and how it has already found applications in uncrackable codes.--From publisher description+-+246378168544912ocn788294097book20120.25Gribbin, JohnErwin Schrödinger and the quantum revolutionBiography"This books takes us into the heart of the quantum revolution. He tells the story of Schrödinger's surprisingly colorful life (he arrived for a position at Oxford University with both his wife and mistress). And with his trade mark accessible style and popular touch explains the fascinating world of quantum mechanics, which underpins all of modern science"--4253ocn014692890book19870.73Schrödinger, centenary celebration of a polymathHistoryConference proceedings+-+14742867054234ocn567349662file20100.66Plotnitsky, ArkadyEpistemology and probability Bohr, Heisenberg, Schrödinger and the nature of quantum-theoretical thinkingHistoryOffers an exploration of the relationships between epistemology and probability in the work of Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, and Erwin Schrodinger; in quantum mechanics; and in modern physics. This book considers the implications of these relationships and of quantum theory for our understanding of the nature of thinking and knowledge in general+-+78880323852713ocn649079926book20110.70Gumbrecht, Hans UlrichWhat is life? : the intellectual pertinence of Erwin SchrödingerBiography+-+K0641295352443ocn035397849book19960.84Bitbol, MichelSchrödinger's philosophy of quantum mechanicsHistory"Schrodinger's Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics gives a comprehensive account of Erwin Schrodinger's successive interpretations of quantum mechanics, culminating in their final synthesis in the 1950s. It will be of interest to scientists, historians and philosophers who are involved in the foundational problems of modern physics."--BOOK JACKET+-+11179874252292ocn061256427book20050.28Belton, NeilA game with sharpened knivesHistoryFiction+-+74089124752284ocn029670871book19940.56Moore, Walter JohnA life of Erwin SchrödingerBiographyBiography of the Austrian physicist+-+69841967052234ocn014819022book19870.76Mehra, JagdishErwin Schrödinger and the rise of wave mechanicsHistoryBiography+-+74260423851331ocn025509118book19920.88Götschl, JohannErwin Schrödinger's world view : the dynamics of knowledge and realityErwin Schrödinger is one of the greatest figures of theoretical physics, but there is another side to the man: not only did his work revolutionize physics, it also radiacally changed the foundations of our modern worldview, modern biology, philosophy of science, philosophy of the mind, and epistemology. This book explores the lesser-known aspects of Schrödinger's thought, revealing the physicist as a philosopher and polymath whose highly original ideas anticipated the current merging of the natural and the social sciences and the humanities. Thirteen renowned scientists and philosophers have contributed to the volume. Part I reveals the philosophical importance of Schrödinger's work as a physicist. Part II examines his theory of life and of the self-organization of matter. Part III shows how Schrödinger's ideas have influenced contemporary philosophy of nature and our modern view of the world, drawing a fascinating picture of the ongoing synthesis of nature and culture: one of the most interesting developments of modern thought. The volume also contains the most comprehensive bibliography of Schrödinger's scientific work, making it at the same time a book of acute contemporary relevance and a major work of reference+-+5941687425644ocn013426186book19850.63Schrödinger, ErwinMein Leben, meine WeltansichtBiography592ocn028989841book19920.84Schrödinger, ErwinErwin Schrödinger : philosophy and the birth of quantum mechanicsConference proceedings392ocn012726835book19840.53Hoffmann, DieterErwin SchrödingerBiography311ocn027093575book19890.70Uhlmann, ArminSchrödinger und seine Gleichung272ocn034029607book19960.37Moore, Walter JohnErwin Schrödinger : una vidaBiography+-+5840006705213ocn698589930com20100.59Meyenn, K. vEine Entdeckung von ganz außerordentlicher Tragweite Schrödingers Briefwechsel zur Wellenmechanik und zum KatzenparadoxonHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence+-+0988957918324+-+9570686705+-+9570686705Fri Mar 21 15:30:54 EDT 2014batch48359