The Foundation of Mathematics
N.V. Uitgeverij Wistik-Wassenaar, (1968). Octavo. Item #028626
50 pages. In the great debate between Einstein and Bohr in the 1930's, Einstein, the realist, stressed the fact that quantum mechanics could not represent the real world. Bohr, the pragmatist, emphasized that physical experiments were the only true confirmation of the theory. Bound in pale gray cloth lettered in gilt, spine plain, with a few tiny spots of soiling.
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