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C. Neumann
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Beiträge zu einzelnen theilen der mathematischen Physik : insbesondere zur Elektrodynamik und Hydrodynamik, Elektrostatik und magnetischen Induction
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[Except for the well-known blossoming of theoretical physics with the group around Werner Heisenberg at the University of Leipzig at the end of the 1920s, the tradition of mathematical physics had been analyzed in only a few aspects, in particular the work of Carl Neumann and his contributions to the shaping of mathematical physics in general and the theory of electrodynamics in particular. However, the establishment of mathematical physics and its strong position at the University of Leipzig, with Neumann as its leading figure in the last third of the nineteenth century, formed important preconditions for the later upswing. That process is analyzed in this article, focusing on the work of Neumann. It includes a discussion of his ideas on the structure of a physical theory and the role of mathematics in physics as well as his impact on the interaction of mathematics and physics.]
Published: Sep 4, 2012
Keywords: Mathematical Physic; Theoretical Physic; Potential Theory; Physical Theory; Philosophical Faculty
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