Curie's Principle

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Curie's Principle or Curie's Symmetry Principle, is a maxim about cause and effect formulated by Pierre Curie in 1894: "the symmetries of the causes are to be found in the effects".[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Castellani, Elena; Jenann, Ismael (December 2016). "Which Curie's Principle?". Philosophy of Science. 83 (5). doi:10.1086/687933.
  2. ^ Ismael, Jenann (February 1997). "Curie's Principle". Synthese. 110 (2). doi:10.1023/A:1004929109216.
  3. ^ Chalmers, A.F. (May 1970). "Curie's Principle". British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 21 (2). doi:10.1093/bjps/21.2.133.