Die Chemie

Author: C. Bromeis
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3845702400
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Die Chemie from the Author: C. Bromeis. Das vorliegende Buch gibt einen Einblick in die Chemie in ihrer ganzen Ausdehnung und mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die Technologie. Das Buch teilt sich einmal in die anorganische Chemie und beschäftigt sich mit den Metalloiden und Metallen. Im zweiten Teil geht es um die organische Chemie und hier wird die Einteilung der organischen Verbindungen betrachtet. Neben einem allgemeinen Teil über die Chemie, erfährt der interessierte Leser auch einiges Geschichtliches über die Entwicklung dieser Naturwissenschaft. Der Text wird mit chemischen Formeln, allgemeinen Untersuchungsmethoden, Beispielen und zahlreichen Abbildungen ergänzt. Mit 80 Schwarz-Weiß-Zeichnungen. Überarbeiteter Nachdruck der Originalausgabe von 1854.

Physik Kompakt 3

Author: Gunnar Lindström
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3642560172
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Physik Kompakt 3 from the Author: Gunnar Lindström. Physik kompakt 3. Quantenphysik und Statistische Physik beginnt mit dem Aufzeigen der Grenzen der klassischen Physik und enthält die Einführung in den atomaren Aufbau der Materie und die Grundlagen der Quantennatur der elektromagnetischen Strahlung. Am Beispiel der Wellennatur der Teilchenstrahlung und der Unschärferelation führen die Autoren in den Stoff der Atomphysik ein, wie er üblicherweise im dritten Semester geboten wird. Schon hier bei der Behandlung der Schrödingergleichung und der Wellenfunktionen wird die fundamentale Bedeutung der Physik der Wellen und Schwingungen deutlich. Vertieft werden die Darstellungen um die Einführung in die Grundlagen der Quantenmechanik. Auf diesem Weg führen die Autoren den Leser hin zur statistischen Mechanik und zur theoretischen Thermodynamik. Am Beispiel der Hauptsätze der Thermodynamik und ihren Anwendungen schließt sich der Kreis wieder zur praktischen Experimentalphysik.

Contemporary Research In Philosophical Logic And Linguistic Semantics

Author: D.J. Hockney
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789027705112
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Contemporary Research In Philosophical Logic And Linguistic Semantics from the Author: D.J. Hockney. In 1973 a workshop was held at The University of Western Ontario on topics of common interest to philosophers and linguists. This volume con tains most of the papers presented at the workshop. Also included are previously unpublished essays by R. Dougherty and H. Lasnik as well as a comment on G. Lakoff's paper by B. van Fraassen. K. Donnellan's paper was presented at the workshop and subsequently appeared in The Philosophical Review. We thank the editors of this journal for permission to publish the paper here. The papers by D. Lewis, R. Stalnaker, G. Lakoff, B. Partee and H. Herzberger appeared earlier in Journal of Philosophical Logic by arrangement of the editors with B. van Fraassen and D. Reidel Publishing Company. The editors thank the officers of The University of Western Ontario for making the workshop possible and Pauline Campbell for making the workshop work. THE EDITORS DAVID LEWIS COUNTERFACTUALS AND COMPARATIVE POSSIBILITY* In the last dozen years or so, our understanding of modality has been much improved by means of possible-world semantics: the project of analyzing modal language by systematically specifying the conditions under which a modal sentence is true at a possible world. I hope to do the same for counterfactual conditionals. I write A 0-C for the counter factual conditional with antecedent A and consequent C. It may be read as 'H it were the case that A, then it would be the case that C' or some more idiomatic paraphrase thereof.

Semantics And Psychology Of Spirituality

Author: Heinz Streib
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319212451
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Semantics And Psychology Of Spirituality from the Author: Heinz Streib. This book examines what people mean when they say they are “spiritual”. It looks at the semantics of “spirituality”, the visibility of reasons for “spiritual” preference in biographies, in psychological dispositions, in cultural differences between Germany and the US, and in gender differences. It also examines the kind of biographical consequences that are associated with “spirituality”. The book reports the results of an online-questionnaire filled out by 773 respondents in Germany and 1113 in the US, personal interviews with a selected group of more than 100 persons, and an experiment. Based on the data collected, it reports results that are relevant for a number of scientific and practical disciplines. It makes a contribution to the semantics of everyday religious language and to the cross-cultural study of religion and to many related fields as well, because “spirituality” is evaluated in relation to personality, mysticism, well-being, religious styles, generativity, attachment, biography and atheism. The book draws attention to the – new and ever changing – ways in which people give names to their ultimate concern and symbolize their experiences of transcendence.

Communal Luxury

Author: Kristin Ross
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 1781688419
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Communal Luxury from the Author: Kristin Ross. Reclaiming the legacy of the Paris Commune for the twenty-first century Kristin Ross’s new work on the thought and culture of the Communard uprising of 1871 resonates with the motivations and actions of contemporary protest, which has found its most powerful expression in the reclamation of public space. Today’s concerns—internationalism, education, the future of labor, the status of art, and ecological theory and practice—frame and inform her carefully researched restaging of the words and actions of individual Communards. This original analysis of an event and its centrifugal effects brings to life the workers in Paris who became revolutionaries, the significance they attributed to their struggle, and the elaboration and continuation of their thought in the encounters that transpired between the insurrection’s survivors and supporters like Marx, Kropotkin, and William Morris. The Paris Commune was a laboratory of political invention, important simply and above all for, as Marx reminds us, its own “working existence.” Communal Luxury allows readers to revisit the intricate workings of an extraordinary experiment.