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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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Esta lectura no se condice con la interpretacion indirecta de los terminos teoricos que Carnap realiza (1937, 1939) al utilizar postulados.
But the belief in this hypothesis can also cease to be foundational when we move on to the methodological reflections of logical analysis, such as those of Carnap's and Quine's about 'explication' (Carnap, 1947, 1962; Quine, 1964), in which logical tools are not synonymous with some natural language expressions, but replace them.
Popular minds here are: Moritz Schlick, Rudolf Carnap, Alfred Jules Ayer, Hans Reichenbach, Friedrich Waismann, and Herbert Fiegl.
Tanto Neurath quanto Carnap, em seus capitulos do numero de abertura, enfatizam que os trabalhos em analise logica nao sao a unica forma de estudos sobre a ciencia que a Encyclopedia trara.
Some background is necessary; in particular the relationship between Suppes and Carnap needs to be unpacked.
Deborah Finnell, DNS, PMHNP-BC, CARNAP, FAAN, was appointed JHSON Director of the Master's Program, and Sarah L.
Hirsch, as Carnap and Putnam before, uses mereological disputes as his favoured example to illustrate this.