## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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What has all this to do with «

position changing with time . What we have just said of the history of the particle ...

What has all this to do with «

**space**- time » ? «**Space**- time » is the history of**space**geometry changing with time . « Worldline » is the history of particleposition changing with time . What we have just said of the history of the particle ...

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This concept of what we may call a « many - fingered time » TOMOXAGA [ 131 ]

generalized in 1946 from the dynamics of n particles in flat

dynamics of the electromagnetic field in flat

to ...

This concept of what we may call a « many - fingered time » TOMOXAGA [ 131 ]

generalized in 1946 from the dynamics of n particles in flat

**space**- time to thedynamics of the electromagnetic field in flat

**space**- time . The field is conceivedto ...

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Transcending time . . . .

. LEIBNIZ [ 140 ] . . . time and

conditions in which we live . A . EINSTEIN [ 141 ] There is no such thing as

- time ...

Transcending time . . . .

**space**and time are orders of things and not things . G . W. LEIBNIZ [ 140 ] . . . time and

**space**are modes by which we think and notconditions in which we live . A . EINSTEIN [ 141 ] There is no such thing as

**space**- time ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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