References for Heinrich Hertz


  1. R McCormmach, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    See THIS LINK.
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/Heinrich-Hertz

    Books:

  3. J Z Buchwald, The creation of scientific effects: Heinrich Hertz and electric waves (The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1994).
  4. G Gerc, The principles of mechanics, explained in a new connection (Russian) (Klassiki nauki. Izdat. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Moscow, 1959).
  5. E M Klyaus, Searches and discoveries (Russian) ('Nauka', Moscow, 1986).

    Articles:

  6. P Barker, Hertz and Wittgenstein, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 11 (3) (1980), 243-256.
  7. J Z Buchwald, A potential disagreement between Helmholtz and Hertz, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 55 (4) (2001), 365-393.
  8. L Corry, The empiricist roots of Hilbert's axiomatic approach, in Proof theory, Roskilde, 1997 (Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht, 2000), 35-54.
  9. O Darrigol, The electrodynamics of moving bodies from Faraday to Hertz, Centaurus 36 (1993), 245-260.
  10. S D'Agostino, On the difficulties of the transition from Maxwell's and Hertz's pure-field theories to Lorentz's electron, Phys. Perspect. 2 (4) (2000), 398-410.
  11. S D'Agostino, Hertz's researches and their place in nineteenth century theoretical physics, Centaurus 36 (1) (1993), 46-82.
  12. S D'Agostino, Boltzmann and Hertz on the Bild-conception of physical theory, Hist. of Sci. 28 (82.4) (1990), 380-398.
  13. S D'Agostino, Pourquoi Hertz et non pas Maxwell, a-t-il découvert les ondes électriques?, Centaurus 32 (1) (1989), 66-76.
  14. M G Doncel, On the process of Hertz's conversion to Hertzian waves, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 43 (1) (1991), 1-27.
  15. K Hamilton, Darstellungen in 'The principles of mechanics' and the 'Tractatus': the representation of objects in relation in Hertz and Wittgenstein, Perspect. Sci. 10 (1) (2002), 28-68.
  16. D Howard and J D Norton, Out of the labyrinth? Einstein, Hertz, and the Göttingen answer to the hole argument, in The attraction of gravitation: new studies in the history of general relativity, Johnstown, PA, 1991 (Birkhäuser Boston, Boston, MA, 1993), 30-62.
  17. P C Kjaergaard, Hertz and Wittgenstein's philosophy of science, J. Gen. Philos. Sci. 33 (1) (2002), 121-149.
  18. J Lützen, A matter of matter or a matter of space? Heinrich Hertz's image of mass in his 'Prinzipien der Mechanik', Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. 49 (142) (1999), 103-121.
  19. J Lützen, Geometrizing configurations. Heinrich Hertz and his mathematical precursors, in The symbolic universe, Milton Keynes, 1996 (Oxford University Press, New York, 1999), 25-46.
  20. C I Mocanu, On the extension of Hertz's theory at relativistic velocities, Rev. Roumaine Sci. Tech. Sér. électrotech. énergét. 35 (2) (1990), 145-165.
  21. J F Mulligan, The aether and Heinrich Hertz's 'The principles of mechanics presented in a new form', Phys. Perspect. 3 (2) (2001),1 36-164.
  22. J F Mulligan, Heinrich Hertz and Philipp Lenard: two distinguished physicists, two disparate men, Phys. Perspect. 1 (4) (1999), 345-366.
  23. J F Mulligan, Max Planck and the 'black year' of German physics, Amer. J. Phys. 62 (12) (1994), 1089-1097.
  24. J F Mulligan and H G Hertz, An unpublished lecture by Heinrich Hertz: 'On the energy balance of the Earth', Amer. J. Phys. 65 (1) (1997), 36-45.
  25. T E Phipps, Hertz's contribution to electromagnetic theory, Rev. Roumaine Sci. Tech. Sér. électrotech. énergét. 35 (2) (1990), 135-144.
  26. J Tougas, Hertz und Wittgenstein. Zum historischen Hintergrund des 'Tractatus', Conceptus 29 (75) (1996), 205-227.
  27. A D Wilson, Hertz, Boltzmann and Wittgenstein reconsidered, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 20 (2) (1989), 245-263.