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The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein: The Early Years, 1879-1902. - Einstein, Albert
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PRINCETON UNIV PR], Volume 1 presents important new material on the young Einstein. Over half the documents made available here were discovered by the editors, including a significant group of over fifty letters that Einstein exchanged with Mileva Maric, his fellow student and future wife. These letters, together with other previously unpublished documents, provide an entirely new view of Einstein's youth. The documents in the volume also foreshadow the emergence of his extraordinary creative power. In them is manifested his intense commitment to scientific work and his interest in certain themes that proved to be central to his thinking during the next decade. We can follow, for example, the beginnings of his preoccupation with the electrodynamics of moving bodies that was to lead to the development of this special theory of relativity. For the first time it can be seen how closely he followed such contemporary developments in physics as Planck's work on radiation theory and Drude's work on the electron theory of metals. In addition to all of Einstein's known correspondence and other writings from this period, the volume includes the relevant portions of all third-party letters and other contemporary documents that provide additional information about his secondary schooling at the Aargau Cantonal School his four years at the Swiss Federal Plytechnical School, or the ETH and his search for a job after graduation. Included in the volume are those sections of an unpublished biography by Einstein's sister, Maja Winteler-Einstein, which deal with his early years his extensive notes on a physics course he took at the ETH and previously unpublished photographs of the young Einstein and his teachers and friends. Documents in Volume 1 portray Einstein's experiences during the two stressful years after his graduation from the ETH in Zurich. Denied a position as an Assistant at the ETH, he lived a hand-to-mouth existence while he looked for a post at other universities then he attempted to find a secondary-school post, and finally sought a nonacademic job. Tension with his parents over his plans to marry Mileva Maric is evident throughout this period. With the help of a friend, he finally found work at the Swiss Patent Office, the haven where he would spend the next seven years. Freed from his financial worries, he entered on one of the most productive periods of his life, as the next volume, Writings (1901-1910), will document. Table of contents: Publisher's Foreword xi Preface xiii "Albert Einstein--A Biographical Sketch" (Translated Excerpts) by Maja Winteler-Einstein xv List of Texts 1. Birth Certificate, 15 March 1879 3 2. Pauline Einstein to Fanny Einstein, 1 August 1886 3 3. Comment on the Proof of a Theorem, 1891-1895 3 4. Two Philosophical Comments, 1891-1895 4 5. "On the Investigation of the State of the Ether in a Magnetic Field," Summer? 1895 4 6. To Caesar Koch, Summer 1895 6 7. Albin Herzog to Gustav Maier, 25 September 1895 7 8. Entrance Report of the Gewerbeschule, Aargau Kantonsschule, ca. 26 October 1895 7 9. Gustav Maier to Jost Winteler, 26 October 1895 8 10. Aargau Kantonsschule Record, 26 October 1895-3 October 1896 8 11. Hermann Einstein to Jost Winteler, 29 October 1895 10 12. Minutes of Teachers' Conference, Aargau Kantonsschule, 8 November 1895 10 13. Jost Winteler to Gustav Maier, 21 December 1895 10 14. Hermann Einstein to Jost Winteler, 30 December 1895 11 15. Pauline Einstein to the Winteler Family, 30 December 1895 11 16. Release from Württemberg Citizenship, 28 January 1896 11 17. Inspector's Report on a Music Examination, Aargau Kantonsschule, ca. 31 March 1896 12 18. To Marie Winteler, with a Postscript by Pauline Einstein, 21 April 1896 12 19. Final Grades, Aargau Kantonsschule, 5 September 1896 13 20. To the Department of Education, Canton of Aargau, 7 September 1896 14 21. Matura Examination (A) German: "Synopsis of Goethe's Goetz von Berlichingen," 18 September 1896 14 22. Matura Examination (B) French: "My Future Plans," 18 September 1896 15 23. Matura Examination (C) Geometry, 19 September 1896 16 24. Matura Examination (D) Physics: "Tangent Galvanometer and Galvanometer," 19 September 1896 18 25. Matura Examination (E) Natural History: "Evidence of the Earlier Glaciation of Our Country," 21 September 1896 20 26. Matura Examination (F) Algebra, 21 September 1896 21 27. Matura Examination (G) Chemistry, 21 September 1896 23 28. ETH Record and Grade Transcript, 5-10 October 1896-2 August 1900 25 29. From Marie Winteler, 4-25 November 1896 29 30. From Marie Winteler, 30 November 1896 30 31. Pauline Einstein to Marie Winteler, 13 December 1896 31 32. Pauline Einstein to Marie Winteler, 24 March 1897 31 33. Statement of a Fine, 23-28 April 1897 32 34. To Pauline Winteler, May? 1897 32 35. To Pauline Winteler, 7 June 1897 33 36. From Mileva Maric, after 20 October 1897 34 37. H. F. Weber's Lectures on Physics, ca. December 1897-ca. June 1898 36 38. To Maja Einstein, 1898 123 39. To Mileva Maric, 16 February 1898 123 40. To Mileva Maric, 16 April-8 November 1898 124 41. To Mileva Maric, after 16 April 1898 124 42. Jérôme Franel to Hermann Bleuler, 21 October 1898 125 43. To Mileva Maric, after 28 November 1898 125 44. To Maja Einstein, after February 1899 126 45. To Mileva Maric, 13 or 20 March 1899 126 46. To Rosa Winteler, 29 April 1899 127 47. To Rosa Winteler, 18 May 1899 127 48. To Julia Niggli, 28 July 1899 127 49. Verse in the Album of Anna Schmid, August 1899 128 50. To Mileva Maric, early August 1899 129 51. To Julia Niggli, 6? August 1899 129 52. To Mileva Maric, 10? August 1899 130 53. From Mileva Maric, after 10 August--before 10 September 1899 131 54. To Mileva Maric, 10 September 1899 132 55. To Julia Niggli, 11 September 1899 133 56. To Pauline Winteler, 11 September 1899 134 57. To Mileva Maric, 28? September 1899 135 58. To Mileva Maric, 10 October 1899 136 59. Municipal Certificate of Residence and Good Conduct, 18 October 1899 137 60. To the Swiss Federal Council, 19 October 1899 137 61. From Mileva Maric, 1900? 138 62. To the Swiss Department of Foreign Affairs, 28 February 1900 138 63. Mileva Maric to Helene Kaufler, 9 March 1900 138 64. Mileva Maric to Helene Kaufler, 4 June-23 July 1900 139 65. To the Zurich City Council, 26 June 1900 139 66. Municipal Police Detective's Report, 4 July 1900 140 67. Adolf Hurwitz to Hermann Bleuler, 27 July 1900 140 68. To Mileva Maric, 29? July 1900 141 69. To Mileva Maric, 1 August 1900 142 70. To Mileva Maric, 6 August 1900 143 71. To Mileva Maric, 9? August 1900 144 72. To Mileva Maric, 14? August 1900 145 73. To Mileva Maric, 20 August 1900 146 74. To Mileva Maric, 30 August or 6 September 1900 147 75. To Mileva Maric, 13? September 1900 149 76. To Mileva Maric, 19 September 1900 150 77. To Adolf Hurwitz, 30 September 1900 151 78. To Adolf Hurwitz, 26 September 1900 151 79. To Mileva Maric, 3 October 1900 152 80. Mileva Maric to Helene Kaufler, before 9 October 1900 153 81. To Helene Kaufler, 11 October 1900 153 82. Questionnaire for Municipal Citizenship Applicants, 11-26 October 1900 153 83. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, with a Postscript by Einstein, 11 December 1900 154 "Conclusions Drawn from the Phenomena of Capillarity," 13 December 1900 [title only] 155 84. Minutes of the Municipal Naturalization Commission of Zurich, 14 December 1900 155 85. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, 20 December 1900 155 86. To Helene Savic, 20 December 1900 156 87. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, with a Postscript by Einstein, 8 January-19 March 1901 157 88. Report of the Schweizerisches Informationsbureau, 30 January 1901 157 89. Dedication to Friedrich Mühlberg, ca. March 1901 158 90. To Otto Wiener, 9 March 1901 158 91. Military Service Book, 13 March 1901 158 92. To Wilhelm Ostwald, 19 March 1901 159 93. To Mileva Maric, 23 March 1901 159 94. To Mileva Maric, 27 March 1901 160 95. To Wilhelm Ostwald, 3 April 1901 162 96. To Mileva Maric, 4 April 1901 162 97. To Mileva Maric, 10 April 1901 163 98. To Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, 12 April 1901 164 99. Hermann Einstein to Wilhelm Ostwald, 13 April 1901 164 100. To Marcel Grossmann, 14 April 1901 165 101. To Mileva Maric, 15 April 1901 166 102. To Mileva Maric, 23 April 1901 167 103. From Mileva Maric, 2 May 1901 168 104. To Alfred Stern, 3 May 1901 168 105. From Mileva Maric, 3 May 1901 169 106. To Mileva Maric, 9 May 1901 170 107. To Mileva Maric, second half of May? 1901 171 108. From Mileva Maric, second half of May? 1901 172 109. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, second half of May? 1901 172 110. To Mileva Maric, second half of May? 1901 173 111. To Mileva Maric, 28? May 1901 174 112. To Mileva Maric, 4? June 1901 174 113. To the Director's Office, Technikum Burgdorf, 3 July 1901 175 114. To Mileva Maric, 7? July 1901 176 115. To Jost Winteler, 8 July 1901 176 116. From Mileva Maric, ca. 8 July 1901 177 117. To the Department of Education, Canton of Bern, 16 July 1901 178 118. From the Department of Internal Affairs, Canton of Bern, 16 July 1901 178 119. To Mileva Maric, 22? July 1901 178 120. From the Department of Internal Affairs, Canton of Bern, 31 July 1901 179 121. From Mileva Maric, 31? July 1901 179 122. To Marcel Grossmann, 67 September 1901 180 123. From Mileva Maric, early November 1901 181 124. From Mileva Maric, 13 November 1901 182 125. Mileva Maric to Helene Savic, ca. 23 November--mid-December 1901 183 126. To Mileva Maric, 28 November 1901 184 127. To Mileva Maric, 12 December 1901 185 128. To Mileva Maric, 17 December 1901 186 129. To the Swiss Patent Office, 18 December 1901 188 130. To Mileva Maric, 19 December 1901 188 131. To Mileva Maric, 28 December 1901 189 132. Receipt for the Return of Doctoral Fees, 1 February 1902 190 133. To Conrad Habicht, 4 February 1902 190 134. To Mileva Maric, 4 February 1902 191 135. Advertisement for Private Lessons, 5 February 1902 192 136. To Mileva Maric, 8? February 1902 192 137. To Mileva Maric, 17? February 1902 193 138. Pauline Einstein to Pauline Winteler, 20 February 1902 193 "On the Thermodynamic Theory of the Difference in Potentials between Metals and Fully Dissociated Solutions of Their Salts and On an Electrical Method for Investigating Molecular Forces," April 1902 [title only] 194 139. To Conrad Habicht, April? 1902 194 "Kinetic Theory of Thermal Equilibrium and of the Second Law of Thermodynamics," June 1902 [title only] 194 140. The Swiss Department of Justice to the Swiss Federal Council, 2 June 1902 194 141. From the Swiss Department of Justice, 19 June 1902 195 142. From the Swiss Patent Office, 19 June 1902 196 218 pages Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[SR: 1776268], Paperback, [EAN: 9780691084756], Princeton University Press, Princeton University Press, Book, [PU: Princeton University Press], 1987-06-21, Princeton University Press, Volume 1 presents important new material on the young Einstein. Over half the documents made available here were discovered by the editors, including a significant group of over fifty letters that Einstein exchanged with Mileva Maric, his fellow student and future wife. These letters, together with other previously unpublished documents, provide an entirely new view of Einstein's youth. The documents in the volume also foreshadow the emergence of his extraordinary creative power. In them is manifested his intense commitment to scientific work and his interest in certain themes that proved to be central to his thinking during the next decade. We can follow, for example, the beginnings of his preoccupation with the electrodynamics of moving bodies that was to lead to the development of this special theory of relativity. For the first time it can be seen how closely he followed such contemporary developments in physics as Planck's work on radiation theory and Drude's work on the electron theory of metals. In addition to all of Einstein's known correspondence and other writings from this period, the volume includes the relevant portions of all third-party letters and other contemporary documents that provide additional information about his secondary schooling at the Aargau Cantonal School; his four years at the Swiss Federal Plytechnical School, or the ETH; and his search for a job after graduation. Included in the volume are those sections of an unpublished biography by Einstein's sister, Maja Winteler-Einstein, which deal with his early years; his extensive notes on a physics course he took at the ETH; and previously unpublished photographs of the young Einstein and his teachers and friends. Documents in Volume 1 portray Einstein's experiences during the two stressful years after his graduation from the ETH in Zurich. Denied a position as an Assistant at the ETH, he lived a hand-to-mouth existence while he looked for a post at other universities; then he attempted to find a secondary-school post, and finally sought a nonacademic job. Tension with his parents over his plans to marry Mileva Maric is evident throughout this period. With the help of a friend, he finally found work at the Swiss Patent Office, the haven where he would spend the next seven years. Freed from his financial worries, he entered on one of the most productive periods of his life, as the next volume, Writings (1901-1910), will document., 13871, History & Philosophy, 75, Science & Math, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 14545, Physics, 14547, Acoustics & Sound, 16052391, Applied, 13445, Astrophysics, 13514, Biophysics, 13567, Chaos Theory, 16052341, Chemical Physics, 13449, Cosmology, 14554, Dynamics, 226697, Electromagnetism, 13839, Electron Microscopy, 52215011, Energy, 52164011, Engineering, 16052121, Entropy, 226502, Gas Mechanics, 13605, Geophysics, 14561, Gravity, 14563, Light, 14567, Mathematical Physics, 14569, Mechanics, 13850, Microscopy, 14570, Molecular Physics, 14573, Nanostructures, 14576, Nuclear Physics, 14589, Optics, 16052671, Quantum Chemistry, 14581, Quantum Theory, 14592, Relativity, 14585, Solid-State Physics, 14596, System Theory, 14598, Time, 14601, Waves & Wave Mechanics, 75, Science & Math, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 491732, Physics, 468216, Science & Mathematics, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books

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The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein: The Early Years, 1879-1902.

Volume 1 presents important new material on the young Einstein. Over half the documents made available here were discovered by the editors, including a significant group of over fifty letters that Einstein exchanged with Mileva Maric, his fellow student and future wife. These letters, together with other previously unpublished documents, provide an entirely new view of Einstein's youth. The documents in the volume also foreshadow the emergence of his extraordinary creative power. In them is manifested his intense commitment to scientific work and his interest in certain themes that proved to be central to his thinking during the next decade. We can follow, for example, the beginnings of his preoccupation with the electrodynamics of moving bodies that was to lead to the development of this special theory of relativity. For the first time it can be seen how closely he followed such contemporary developments in physics as Planck's work on radiation theory and Drude's work on the electron theory of metals. In addition to all of Einstein's known correspondence and other writings from this period, the volume includes the relevant portions of all third-party letters and other contemporary documents that provide additional information about his secondary schooling at the Aargau Cantonal School; his four years at the Swiss Federal Plytechnical School, or the ETH; and his search for a job after graduation. Included in the volume are those sections of an unpublished biography by Einstein's sister, Maja Winteler-Einstein, which deal with his early years; his extensive notes on a physics course he took at the ETH; and previously unpublished photographs of the young Einstein and his teachers andfriends.Documents in Volume 1 portray Einstein's experiences during the two stressful years after his graduation from the ETH in Zurich. Denied a position as an Assistant at the ETH, he lived a hand-to-mouth existence while he looked for a post at other universities; then he

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