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Göttingen, Copenhagen, and Cambridge were the principal centers for most of this early work. The leading theoretical physicists in Berlin, Einstein, Planck, von Laue, and Schrödinger, were all reluctant to accept the statistical and dualistic aspects of quantum theory as it had developed in those other centers. 14 He hesitated to push the technical aspects of quantum mechanics further until the necessity for the seemingly unsatisfactory features was clearer to him. He did, however, make a basic and useful discovery in the trembling motion (Zitterbewegung) undergone by an electron in the Dirac theory.
Many references to Ehrenhaft's work are given there. See also R. Bär, Naturwissenschaften, 10 (1922), 344350. 24 He employed here the delightful pedagogical technique he so often used later, that of explaining and disposing of several attractive but erroneous ways of handling the problem before presenting the correct, if lengthy, method. He also made a penetrating observation on the fallacy of using the smallness of fluctuations at the end of a cumulative series as a criterion for the smallness of the error of a result calculated from the entire series.
1957, and London: Allen and Unwin, 1958), pp. 9899. Hereafter cited as STM. Page 12 Observing the world around him, Schrödinger saw a series of contemporary trends which he believed to be shared by science, the arts, politics, and social organization: the desire for change and for freedom from authority, for simplicity and purposefulness in the arts and the crafts, and the interest in relativity and invariance. The period of Schrödinger's early life was the end of an era in European civilizationthe Golden Age of Security, as Stefan Zweig called it.
Erwin Schrödinger: an introduction to his writings by William Taussig Scott