Forces and Fields

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Forces and Fields :The concept of Action at a Distance in the history of physics (1961, 1962) is a book by Mary B. Hesse, published by Philosophical library.

Summary[edit]

Forces and Fields has eleven chapters. The first ten chapters consist of 5 or more sections. The eleventh, 2 sections. These chapters are titled The Logical Status of Theories, The Primitive Analogies, Mechanism in Greek Science, The Greek Inheritance, The Corpuscular Philosophy, The Theory of Gravitation, Action at a Distance, The Field Theories, The theory of Relativity, Modern Physics, and The Metaphysical Framework of Physics.

See also[edit]

Action at a distance