8

EINSTEIN'S MANUSCRIPT ON

SPECIAL RELATIVITY

4.

Lorentz's

Equations

for

(Slowly) Moving

Bodies

[p.

13]

Section

Two.

Elementary Exposition

of the

Basis and

Most

Important

Consequences

of the

Theory

of

Relativity

5. Principle

of the

Constancy

of the

Speed

of

Light

in

Vacuum

[p. 16]

6.

The

Principle

of

Relativity

[p. 16]

7.

Apparent Incompatibility

of the

Principle

of

the

Constancy

of

the

Speed

of

Light

with the

Relativity Principle

[p.

19]

8. Physical Meaning

of

Spatial

and

Temporal

Statements

[p.

21]

9.

Derivation of the Lorentz-Transformation

[p. 24]

10.

Physical

Content of

the

Lorentz-Transformation

[p. 28]

11.

Further Kinematical

Consequences

of the Transformation

Equations

[p.

31]

12.

Application

of

the

Lorentz-Transformation

to

the

Electromagnetic

Field

Equations

[p. 34]

13.

Equations

of

Motion of the Mass Point

[p. 37]

14.

The Inertia of

Energy

[p.

39]

Section

Three. Some

Concepts

and Theorems

of

the

Four-Dimensional

Vector

and Tensor Theories That Are

Necessary

for the

Comprehension of

Minkowski's Presentation

of the

Theory

of

Relativity

15.

The Lorentz-Transformation

As

a

Rotational Transformation

in

Four-Dimensional

Space

[p. 43]

16.

The Most

Simple Auxiliary Concepts

of Minkowski's Four-

Dimensional

Theory

[p.

45]

17.

Addition and

Multiplication

of Tensors

[p.

49]

18.

Differential Covariants

[p. 53]

Section Four.

Electrodynamics

of

Moving

Bodies

18.

The Fundamental

Electromagnetic Equations

for

Empty

Space

[p.

55]

19. Electrodynamics

of

Moving (Isotropic)

Ponderable

Bodies

[p.

58]

20. Momentum,

Energy,

and

Ponderomotive Forces

[p.

62]

21.

Inertia of

Energy. Dynamics

of the Mass Point

[p.

65]

22.

Euler's

Hydrodynamical Equations

from the Point of View

of

Relativity Theory

[p.

68]