Springer, 2009. - 808 pp. The present Volume is the fifth in a series of six presenting a selection from Hilbert’s previously unpublished lecture notes on the foundations of mathematics and physics during the period from 1890 to 1933. Hilbert’s lecture courses represent an enormous fund of learning and invention, and embrace almost every subject common in the mathematical sciences of his day, including mathematical physics. The notes therefore provide a remarkable record, sometimes almost from day to day, of the development of his foundational ideas, and show, in addition, his engagement with the work of other scientific figures of the first rank. The present Volume treats Hilbert’s lectures on relativity, quantum theory and epistemology from the fall of 1915 on. During this period, Hilbert reached the height of his research investigations into the foundations of the natural sciences. IMPORTANT NOTE: Hilbert's notes are given in German.
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