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Spacetime Of The Imperial


Author : Holt Meyer
language : en
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Release Date : 2016-11-07


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In diesem Band geht es um Raumzeit-Konzepte imperialer Herrschaftspraktiken von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart und ihre Repräsentationen in verschiedensten Medien. International renommierte Wissenschaftler beleuchten das Thema aus historiographischer, kartographischer, religionswissenschaftlicher, literatur- bzw. medien-wissenschaftlicher sowie ethnographischer Perspektive.

Master Of Spacetime Dr Dimension Book Ii


Author : John DeChancie & David Bischoff
language : en
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Release Date : 2015-01-21


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Dr. Demopoulos and his ragtag crew of time and space travelers face a terrifying new challenge that threatens the entire universe after they crashland their spaceship on a giant trash planet.

Writing Imperial Histories


Author : Andrew S. Thompson
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2016-05-16


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This book appraises the contribution of the flagship Studies in Imperialism series to the writing of imperial histories as the series passes its 100th publication. Its contributors explore several of the major intellectual themes and trends in imperial history, with a particular focus on the cultural readings of empire that have flourished over the last generation. When Studies in Imperialism was founded, imperial history was at a very low ebb. A quarter of a century on, there has been a tremendous broadening of the scope of what the study of empire encompasses. Essays in the volume consider how the series and the wider historiography have sought to reconnect British and imperial histories; to lay bare the cultural registers and expressions of colonial power; and to explore the variety of experiences the British peoples derived from empire as well as the different attitudes they formed towards it. The volume begins with essays which reflect on the series as a whole and the work of its general editor, John MacKenzie. These are followed by contributions which work outwards and expansively from the series to take stock of key fields within the 'new' imperial history, as well as to draw upon the series' foundational concerns to develop new lines of argument and approach. The contributions to the volume come from some of the most distinguished scholars writing today: Robert Aldrich, Sunil Amrith, Jim House, Chandrika Kaul, Dane Kennedy, Cherry Leonardi, Alan Lester, Mrinalini Sinha, Martin Thomas and Stuart Ward.

Narrative Space And Time


Author : Elana Gomel
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2014-02-18


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Space is a central topic in cultural and narrative theory today, although in most cases theory assumes Newtonian absolute space. However, the idea of a universal homogeneous space is now obsolete. Black holes, multiple dimensions, quantum entanglement, and spatio-temporal distortions of relativity have passed into culture at large. This book examines whether narrative can be used to represent these "impossible" spaces. Impossible topologies abound in ancient mythologies, from the Australian Aborigines’ "dream-time" to the multiple-layer universe of the Sumerians. More recently, from Alice’s adventures in Wonderland to contemporary science fiction’s obsession with black holes and quantum paradoxes, counter-intuitive spaces are a prominent feature of modern and postmodern narrative. With the rise and popularization of science fiction, the inventiveness and variety of impossible narrative spaces explodes. The author analyses the narrative techniques used to represent such spaces alongside their cultural significance. Each chapter connects narrative deformation of space with historical problematic of time, and demonstrates the cognitive and perceptual primacy of narrative in representing, imagining and apprehending new forms of space and time. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the connection between narratology, cultural theory, science fiction, and studies of place.

Quantum Structure Of Space And Time


Author : M. J. Duff
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2012-07-19


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This 1982 book contains selected contributions presented at the Nuffield Quantum Gravity Workshop held at Imperial College, London, in August 1981.

Beyond Peaceful Coexistence


Author : Ignazio Licata
language : en
Publisher: World Scientific
Release Date : 2016-03-30


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"It may be that a real synthesis of quantum and relativity theories requires not just technical developments but radical conceptual renewal." J S Bell Beyond Peaceful Coexistence: The Emergence of Space, Time and Quantum brings together leading academics in mathematics and physics to address going beyond the 'peaceful coexistence' of space-time descriptions (local and continuous ones) and quantum events (discrete and non-commutative ones). Formidable challenges waiting beyond the Standard Model require a new semantic consistency within the theories in order to build new ways of understanding, working and relating to them. The original A. Shimony meaning of the peaceful coexistence (the collapse postulate and non-locality) appear to be just the tip of the iceberg in relation to more serious fundamental issues across physics as a whole. Chapters in this book present perspectives on emergent, discrete, geometrodynamic and topological approaches, as well as a new interpretative spectrum of quantum theories after Copenhagen, discrete time theories, time-less approaches and 'super-fluid' pictures of space-time. As well as stimulating further research among established theoretical physicists, the book can also be used in courses on the philosophy and mathematics of theoretical physics. Contents:Foreword (Gerard 't Hooft)From Peaceful Coexistence to Co-Emergence (Ignazio Licata)The Algebraic Way (B J Hiley)Fermi Blobs and the Symplectic Camel: A Geometric Picture of Quantum States (Maurice A de Gosson)Space–Time in Quantum Gravity: Does Space–Time have Quantum Properties? (Reiner Hedrich)Introduction to the Quantum Theory of Elementary Cycles (Donatello Dolce)Observers and Reality (George Jaroszkiewicz)The Stability of Physical Theories Principle (R Vilela Mendes)Factory of Realities: On the Emergence of Virtual Spatiotemporal Structures (Romàn R Zapatrin)Space–Time from Topos Quantum Theory (Cecilia Flori)From Born Reciprocity to Reciprocal Relativity: A Paradigm for Space–Time Physics (Peter Jarvis)On Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics of Space–Time and Quantum Gravity (Joakim Munkhammar)World Crystal Model of Gravity (Hagen Kleinert)Quantum Features of Natural Cellular Automata (Hans-Thomas Elze)Structurally Dynamic Cellular Networks as Models for Planck-Scale Physics and the Quantum Vacuum (Manfred Requardt)On a Time–Space Operator (and other Non-Self-adjoint Operators) for Observables in QM and QFT (Erasmo Recami, Michel Zamboni-Rached and Ignazio Licata)Emergent Space–Time (George Chapline)The Idea of a Stochastic Space–Time: Theory and Experiments (M Consoli and A Pluchino)... And Kronos Ate His Sons (Giuseppe Vitiello)The Emergence of Space–Time: Transactions and Causal Sets (Ruth E Kastner)An Adynamical, Graphical Approach to Quantum Gravity and Unification (W M Stuckey, Michael Silberstein and Timothy McDevitt)Is Bohr's Challenge Still Relevant? (Leonardo Chiatti)In and out of the screen. On Some New Considerations about Localization and Delocalization in Archaic Theory (Ignazio Licata)Schrödinger–Milne Big Bang — Creating a "Universe of Threeness" (Geoffrey F Chew)Quantized Fields à la Clifford and Unification (Matej Pavšič)Non-commutative Einstein, almost Kähler–Finsler and Quantum Deformations (Sergiu I Vacaru) Readership: Theoretical physicists and graduate students in the fields of philosophy and mathematics of theoretical physics.

Quantum Field Theory In Curved Spacetime


Author : Leonard Parker
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2009-08-20


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Suitable for graduate students, this book develops quantum field theory in curved spacetime in a pedagogical style.