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Attitude of Jean Paul Richter to Christianity

This study has been written, at the suggestion of Professor E. C. Mason, to examine to what extent Jean Paul may rightly be called a Christian. It is necessary to ask this question because much that is written about Jean Paul seems to assume that his novels are completely Christian in inspiration. Thus at times the sentimental vapourings of Hesperus and the animal magnetism of Sellna have been taken for Christianity. Such confusion is caused because so many of Jean Paul's...

A Kinetic Theory Description of Rarefied Gas Flows

An approach to the kinetic theory of gas flows is developed which starts with Maxwell's original integral equations of transfer, rather than with the Maxwell-Boltzmann equation for the velocity distribution function itself. In this procedure the Maxwell-Boltzmann equation is satisfied in a certain average sense, rather than at every point. The advantage of this method is that relatively simple distribution functions are utilized which contain a small number of unknown functions to be deter...

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