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Carnap

Rudolf. 1891--1970, US logical positivist philosopher, born in Germany: attempted to construct a formal language for the empirical sciences that would eliminate ambiguity
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This project ran into various difficulties and came under various criticisms, but most of them can be traced back to a single problem, namely what Hempel and Carnap sometimes call the experiential import of scientific concepts.
2) For some time prior to the appearance of Schlick's essay, Otto Neurath and Rudolf Carnap had been aligning their notions about protocols with the prevailing theses of Physicalism and the Unity of Science (Carnap [1932a, b, d; Uebel [1992], Ch.
Quine's scepticism about analyticity dates back to his discussions with Carnap in Prague in 1933.
Russell retoma este programa en Our Knowledge of the External World de 1914, pero es Carnap quien lo lleva cabo por primera vez de manera rigurosa en el Aufbau de 1928.
His enthusiasm for Carnap's thought was captured in his 1934 lectures on Carnap to the Society.
Ademas, posteriormente, en un segundo momento, tambien se habria comprobado la reproduccion de un proceso semiotico similar en los ulteriores desarrollos de la filosofia analitica, desde Frege a Wittgenstein, asi como en Carnap, Quine, Lewis o Dummett.
El libro rastrea los origenes de la nocion en Kant para seguir sus huellas en la filosofia de Hermann von Helmholtz y Henri Poincare, asi como en filosofos neokantianos (como Ernst Cassirer) y neopositivistas (especialmente Rudolf Carnap y Hans Reichenbach).
El aporte de Carnap a la filosofia puede caracterizarse como un aporte de multiples entradas.
Isulan, Sultan Kudarat - Two suspected members of a carnap gang were killed after they shot it out with police authorities in President Quirino town over the weekend.
Popular minds here are: Moritz Schlick, Rudolf Carnap, Alfred Jules Ayer, Hans Reichenbach, Friedrich Waismann, and Herbert Fiegl.
Carnap and Quine on the Nature of Evidence (and the Nature of Philosophy), PETER HYLTON
Elizabeth Fildes Scholarship, $1,000 by Elizabeth Fildes, EdD, RN, CNE, CARNAP, APHN-BC