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Article title

Filozofia fizyki teoretycznej Einsteina i Diraca

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PL
The subject of considerations in this work are Einstein's and Dirac's views on theoretical physics. Using as an example the Euclidean geometry and its epistemological status through the ages, the author outlines the basic philosophy of the modern theoretical physics, emphasising in particular the prominent role of ideas of simplicity and beauty as the guiding principles of research in theoretical physics.
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The subject of considerations in this work are Einstein's and Dirac's views on theoretical physics. Using as an example the Euclidean geometry and its epistemological status through the ages, the author outlines the basic philosophy of the modern theoretical physics, emphasising in particular the prominent role of ideas of simplicity and beauty as the guiding principles of research in theoretical physics.
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published
2002
online
2007-02-15
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_pt_2002_1_10
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