Janssen discusses features of Lorentz’s geometrical approach to general relativity.
Illy discusses the correspondence between Einstein and Gustav Mie, and their approaches to general relativity.
Howard places Einstein’s philosophy of sciences in its historical context, describing his (Einstein’s) principle of ‘Eindeutigkeit’.
Havas explores the static theory of gravitation.
Goenner describes the reception of relativity in Germany, on the basis of books published between 1908 and 1945.
Earman examines why an explanation of the advance of Mercury’s perihelion was key to Einstein’s activities.
Da Costa Leite discusses physics as a social, cultural and ideological phenomenon, with particular focus on Portugal.
Berg describes the origin of the Einstein space.
Biezunski discusses Einstein’s correspondence in France.
Barbour discusses Einstein’s examination of Mach’s problem.