*EDITORIAL: Welcome to the long run by means of Simon Ings and Sumit Paul-Choudhury
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*UNRELIABLE NARRATOR: Alien Evasion by way of China Miéville
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London 1881. Volker Peckhaus Universität Paderborn Institut für Humanwissenschaften: Philosophie Warburger Str. de Leibniz’s Metaphysics as an Epistemological Obstacle to the Mathematization of Nature: The View of a Late 19th Century Neo-Kantian, Kurd Lasswitz Françoise Willmann Among the neo-Kantians of the late 19th century, we ﬁnd a few ﬁgures who are less well known than the renowned Cohen, Natorp, Windelband, Rickert, and Cassirer. One of these is Kurd Lasswitz (1848–1910), physicist by education and author of Geschichte der Atomistik vom Mittelalter bis Newton, a history of atomism published for the ﬁrst time in 1890, reprinted in 1984 and again very recently in 2010.
Such bubbles are the 32 F. Willmann basis of bodies; they give bodies their speciﬁc shape and determine their diversity. From there, everything can be explained: the elasticity of bodies, the propagation of light and sound, chemical or even organic reactions. Water is an accumulation of these bubbles, and air and ether diﬀer only by the fact that air is heavy; circulating ether causes weightiness; ﬁre is nothing more than the union of spurting ether and air, and so on. Due to the variety of their envelopes and contents, bubbles are of inﬁnite diversity, and the set of all qualities of bodies can be related to this diversity.
476] From this, he draws the conclusion that the principles of mechanics and the laws of motion do in fact come from a “necessity of matter”, while nonetheless reusing the notion of “higher principle”: Die mechanischen Prinzipien selbst und die Gesetze der Bewegung stammen, glaube ich, aus der Notwendigkeit der Materie, aber aus einem gewissen höheren Prinzip, das von der Anschaulichkeit und dem Mathematischen unabhängig ist. [p. 476] It was Huygen’s work that allowed him to come back to physics.