Research Article

History of Science and Psychology of Invention

J. Hadamarda1

a1 Institut de France, Académie des Sciences, Paris

That these two subjects—the History of Science and the Psychology of Invention—are intimately connected with one another, is immediately evident and needs no explanation. Perhaps, however, it has not always been sufficiently appreciated. The recent Congress for the History of Science (Jerusalem, 1953) has given me an opportunity of trying to apply to the latter the data of the former.

(Received November 29 1953)