The Vienna Circle, the origin of neo-positivism; a chapter in the history of recent philosophy. [Translated by Arthur Pap].


New York, Philosophical Library [1953] .

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Standard Title Wiener Kreis. English
Subjects Logical positivism.
Positivisme.
Description xii, 209 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1953]
Notes Translation of Der Wiener Kreis.
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 194-207).
Contents Part One: The history of the Vienna Circle -- Part Two: The work of the Vienna Circle -- A. Logic and language -- I. Logic and mathematics -- II. Logical analysis of language -- 1. Semantic analysis -- Meaning, meaninglessness and metaphysics -- Content and structure -- 2. Syntactic analysis -- Syntax and logic -- Quasi-syntactic sentences -- B. Empiricism -- I. The constitution-system of empirical concepts -- II. The verification-basis of empirical statements -- 1. Verifying statements -- 2. Verification of universal statements -- 3. Truth and confirmation -- 4. Probability -- Logical (propositional) probability -- Calculus of probability -- III. The domain of the knowable -- 1. Unity of science and universal language -- 2. Physicalism -- 3. Reality -- 4. Values -- 5. Philosophy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)919208
(OCoLC)ocm00919208
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WorldCat Identities Kraft, Viktor, 1880-1975.
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