226R. Harrod to F. A. Lindemann, 27 January 1932 [a]

Harrod communicates that Woodruff "might be able to direct Q.T. into the right hands for review." Harrod suggests that the philosophical point of view might be congenial to Bertrand Russell. He points out, however, that the reviews in The Times are anonymous. [1]

  1. 1. Refers to F. A. Lindemann, The Physical Significance of Quantum Theory, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1932. The book was indeed reviewed anonymously by the scientific correspondent of The Times: "The Progress of Science. The New Physics. Reality and the Plain Man", 14 March 1932.
    1. a. From Christ Church, one page ALI, in CHER C64/1.

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