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Einstein and the Quantum by A. Douglas Stone

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NOTES

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viScience as something already in existence: John Stachel, “Einstein and the Quantum,” in Einstein from B to Z, vol. 9 (Boston: Birkhauser, 2002), 373.

INTRODUCTION. A HUNDRED TIMES MORE THAN RELATIVITY THEORY

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3I have thought a hundred times: Abraham Pais, Subtle Is the Lord (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 9.

CHAPTER 1. “AN ACT OF DESPERATION”

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7It would be edifying if: Albert Einstein, “Max Planck as a Scientist,” in The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, trans. Anna Beck (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1987–2009), vol. 4, doc. 23, p. 273. All citations are to the English editions of the papers and will be abbreviated CPAE.

8my decision to devote myself: Max Planck, Scientific Biography and ...

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