ON HIS SHOULDERS

ON HIS SHOULDERS

If I have seen farther than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants."

                                                                                           Isaac Newton

Galambos saw himself as standing on the shoulders of Newton, Paine, and the other giants who make up the flowstream of human progress.  Every student who understood what Galambos taught must see himself as standing on Galambos' shoulders.  This section of the website contains the work of those who, from that vantage point, have attempted to build upon, expand, analyze, or constructively criticize volitional science.

 

I'm not sure how many things will meet the above criteria,  but I'll begin with my own essay, "An Improved Defintion of Coercion."