Volume 63 • Nummer 1 • 1999 • Discovery and Creativity: Case Studies

Editor: Erik Weber

Articles


Preface.

Erik WEBER

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Inflation. Where Did That Come From?

Gustaaf C. CORNELIS

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Discovery of Linear Perspective and its Limitations.

Ton DERKSEN

1999-01-01 Volume 63 • Issue 1 • 1999 • Discovery and Creativity: Case Studies

Interrogative Reasoning and Discovery: a New Perspective on Kepler’s Inquiry.

Mika KIIKERI

1999-01-01 Volume 63 • Issue 1 • 1999 • Discovery and Creativity: Case Studies

Clausius’ Discovery of the First Two Laws of Thermodynamics. A Paradigm of Reasoning from Inconsistencies.

Joke MEHEUS

1999-01-01 Volume 63 • Issue 1 • 1999 • Discovery and Creativity: Case Studies

The Creative Growth of Mathematics.

Jean Paul VAN BENDEGEM

1999-01-01 Volume 63 • Issue 1 • 1999 • Discovery and Creativity: Case Studies