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Mathematical Physics in University and School

    Naturevolume 113pages665667 (1924) | Download Citation

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    IT was suggested to us recently by a distinguished mathematician that for a considerable time to come much of the research in physics will consist in working over our present knowledge with the view of the restatement of the laws in conformity with the theory of relativity. However this may be, the present is an appropriate time for a review of the mathematico-physical education of England in order to estimate its value as a general education, and in particular to estimate the degree to which these studies are producing a supply of workers suitably equipped for undertaking this restatement of the laws.

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