Quantum: Einstein, Bohr and the Great Debate About the Nature of Reality - Manjit Kumar (2009)


The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein (CPAE), published by Princeton University Press:

Volume 1 – The Early Years: 1879–1902. Edited by John Stachel (1987)

Volume 2 – The Swiss Years: Writings, 1900–1909. Edited by John Stachel (1989)

Volume 3 – The Swiss Years: Writings, 1909–1911. Edited by Martin J. Klein, A.J.Kox, Jürgen Renn and Robert Schulmann (1993)

Volume 4 – The Swiss Years: Writings, 1912–1914. Edited by Martin J. Klein, A.J.Kox, Jürgen Renn and Robert Schulmann (1996)

Volume 5 – The Swiss Years: Correspondence, 1902–1914. Edited by Martin J. Klein, A.J. Kox and Robert Schulmann (1994)

Volume 6 – The Berlin Years: Writings, 1914–1917. Edited by Martin J. Klein, A.J. Kox and Robert Schulmann (1997)

Volume 7 – The Berlin Years: Writings, 1918–1921. Edited by Michel Janssen, Robert Schulmann, Jozsef Illy, Christop Lehner and Diana Kormos Buchwald (2002)

Volume 8 – The Berlin Years: Correspondence, 1914–1918. Edited by Robert Schulmann, A.J. Kox, Michel Janssen and Jozsef Illy (1998)

Volume 9 – The Berlin Years: Correspondence, January 1919–April 1920. Edited by Diana Kormos Buchwald and Robert Schulman (2004)

CPAE note: Volumes 1 to 5 translated by Anna Beck, Volumes 6 and 7 by Alfred Engel, and Volumes 8 and 9 by Ann Hentschel. Publication dates are for the English translations.

Niels Bohr Collected Works (BCW), published by North-Holland, Amsterdam:

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Volume 3 – The correspondence principle, 1918–1923. Edited by J. Rud Nielsen, general editor Léon Rosenfeld (1976)

Volume 4 – The periodic system, 1920–1923. Edited by J. Rud Nielsen (1977)

Volume 5 – The emergence of quantum mechanics, mainly 1924–1926. Edited by Klaus Stolzenburg, general editor Erik Rüdinger (1984)

Volume 6 – Foundations of quantum physics I, 1926–1932. Edited by Jørgen Kalckar, general editor Erik Rüdinger (1985)

Volume 7 – Foundations of quantum physics II, 1933–1958. Edited by Jørgen Kalckar, general editors Finn Aaserud and Erik Rüdinger (1996)

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