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By Barry Spain

I primi cinque capitoli di questo libro comprendono un quadro sintetico della teoria dei tensori; nei successivi sono illustrate le possibilitа di impiego delle tecniche tensoriali alla geometria differenziale, alla elasticitа, alla relativitа, sia ristretta sia generale.
Completano il quantity una esauriente nota bibliografica e una serie di esercizi ed esempi, con le relative soluzioni, che mentre offrono prezioso materiale di addestramento, valgono a illuminare sui principо teorici e advert incuriosire sulle svariate applicazioni del calcolo tensoriale nei suoi vari campi di interesse.
Il libro puт essere di notevole utilitа a quanti, matematici o fisici o tecnici, abbiano, in step with motivi di studio o di mestiere, occasione di incontro con i tensori.

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In the example used earlier, this involves becoming conscious of the word "causation" and of that to which the word applies. To know that the statement" 'Causation' picks out cases of causation" is true does not require even reflecting upon any nonlinguistic states. The sentence "'Alpha' means alpha" is true, and I know it is true no matter what "alpha" refers to: consequently I can readily assent to this claim without moving beyond the level oflanguage. To become explicitly conscious of the meaning rule that" 'Alpha' means alpha" expresses involves, again, holding before one's mind "alpha" and alpha, something that is by no means easy to do.

Acceptance of the principle of inferential justification is implicitly assumed by many classical arguments for skepticism. The epistemological problems of justifying beliefs about the past on the basis of memory, about the future on the basis of observed correlations in the past, about the physical world on the basis of sensations, about other minds on the basis of observed physical be- Knowledge, Justification, FoundationaIism, and Truth 41 havior, and about theoretical entities in science on the basis of observations of the macroworld are usually developed first by invoking the second condition of the principle of inferential justification and then, if need be, the first.

Proponents of the coherence theory of justification may well not take this to be an objection tq their view, for since the popularity of Quine's "web of belief" metaphor this element of subjectivism or arbitrariness has been happily endorsed by many. The remarks above presuppose that there could be mutually exclusive but internally consistent coherent sets of beliefs. The coherentist may wish to deny this, and ifhe docs it is incumbent upon him to develop a concept of coherence that will support this denial.

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