xliv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The
cooperation
of Prof. Don Howard and Dr. Anne Kox has
proved
of
inestimable value in
assembling
and
annotating
the materials in this volume.
We
are sincerely
grateful.
We also
thank
Gabriele
Block,
Rosemarie
Davis,
Dr. Jean
Eisenstaedt,
Gary
Goethals,
Edith
Laznovsky,
Richard
Newton,
Dulce
Nordlund,
Dr.
Fritz and Grete
Schulmann,
Linda
Sheldon,
Deborah and
Evelyn Stachel,
Magda Tisza,
Dr. Von
Underwood,
and Elsa Zanini for their
help
at
various
stages
of the volume's
preparation.
We
are
grateful
to
the members of the Editorial
Advisory Board,
listed
in
the front
matter,
for
advice
on
general policy questions
and
on
earlier drafts
of
this
volume. The late Prof. Banesh
Hoffmann,
Prof.
Aryeh Dvoretzky,
Prof.
Yehuda
Elkana,
Prof. Gerald
Holton,
and Prof. Reuven Yaron
provided
writ-
ten comments
on
earlier drafts.
The members of
our
Editorial Committee worked
very
closely
with
us on
a
number of
questions
of editorial
policy, helped
us
make
many
decisions
about
this
volume,
and
provided
detailed
comments
on
several drafts. We
thank Profs. Peter
G.
Bergmann,
Robert
S.
Cohen,
Martin
J. Klein,
Abraham
Pais,
Nathan
Reingold,
and Fritz Stern for their advice and
encouragement.
We
also thank Dr. Paul
Forman,
Prof.
Jürg Fröhlich,
Dr. Beat
Glaus,
Prof.
Peter
Havas,
Prof. Walter
Hunziker,
Prof.
Res
Jost,
Dr. Christa
Kirsten,
Prof.
Russell McCormmach,
Prof. Horst
Melcher,
and Dr. Helmut
Rechenberg
for
valuable
comments
on
earlier drafts.
Without the
perseverance
of Herbert
S.
Bailey,
Jr.,
former Director
of
Princeton
University
Press,
our
editorial
project
would
never
have been
undertaken,
nor
would this edition have been realized. His
patience
and
concern were a
welcome
support
in
difficult times.
The
new
Director,
Walter
Lippincott,
has
provided
continuing
support.
Alice
Calaprice,
Senior
Editor,
and Jan
Lilly,
Head of the
Design Department,
have been
very helpful
in the
preparation
of the
typescript
for
publication.
We
thank
them
as
well
as
the
production
staff of the Press.
We
join
the
publisher
in
thanking
the
private
foundations,
government
agencies,
and individual benefactors listed in the Publisher's Foreword whose
financial
support
make this
project possible.
We
especially
thank
Prof. Res
Jost, our
liaison with
Swiss
foundations;
Dr. Ronald
J.
Overmann, Program
Director
for
History
and
Philosophy
of
Science
of
the
National
Science
Foun-
dation;
and Dr. Helen
C.
Aguera,
former
Program
Officer,
Research Materials
Program,
and Dr.
Margo
Backus,
Assistant
Director, Texts,
Division of
Research
Programs
of
the
National
Endowment for the
Humanities,
for their
interest
in and
encouragement
of
our
work.
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