Positivism; a study in human understanding. [Translated with the collaboration of the author by Jerry Bernstein and Roger G. Newton].

Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1951.

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Subjects Language and languages.
Logical positivism.
Science -- Philosophy.
Description xi, 404 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1951.
Notes Translation of Kleines Lehrbuch des Positivismus.
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [373]-400).
Translation of: "Kleines Lehrbuch des Positivismus."
Contents Language in the School Philosophy -- Some Points of Logical Grammar -- Differences Among Languages: The Language of Science -- Negativism -- Connectibility -- Mach's Element -- Protocol Sentences -- Axiomatics -- Logistic -- The Foundation of Mathematics -- The Structure of Physical Theories -- Causal Propositions -- Probability -- Deterministic and Statistical Physics -- Miracles -- The Alleged Limitation of Scientific Concepts -- History and Psychology -- Psychology and Biology -- Social Sciences -- We Shall Not Cease to Ask Questions -- A Priori and the Whole -- Poetry -- Art -- We Will, We Ought, We May, and We Must -- Law and Ethics -- Ethics and Religion -- Historical Remarks: Conjectures and Conclusions.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)930991
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WorldCat Identities Von Mises, Richard, 1883-1953.
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