3 edition of The philosophy of Rudolf Carnap found in the catalog.
The philosophy of Rudolf Carnap
by Open Court;Cambridge U.P
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Paul Arthur Schlipp.|
|Series||Library of living philosophers vol.11|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1088|
From inside the book. Syntax as the Method of Philo. 1 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Philosophy and Logical Syntax Rudolf Carnap Snippet view - Philosophy and logical syntax Philosophy / General Philosophy / Methodology Science / General: Export Citation. The Logical Stucture of the World and Pseudoproblems in Philosophy. Translated by Rolf A. George. von CARNAP, Rudolf. und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, .
ing, let it su ﬃ ce to say that Rudolf Carnap’s Der logisc he Aufbau der W elt is like a breath of fresh air and that it is a paradigm case example of what philosophy should be like in the : Hannes Leitgeb. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science by Rudolf Carnap, Basic Books, , ff. A logical approach to the language of science By Howard A. Jones Rudolf Carnap was a key figure in the Vienna Circle of logical positivists. It is no surprise therefore that his textbook of the philosophy of science uses this approach to the subject/5(7).
Rudolf Carnap. likes. Rudolf Carnap was a German born philosopher (18 May - 14 September ) who worked as a philosophical academic in Europe and the United States of ers: Rudolf Carnap () is generally acknowledged to have been one of the central figures of twentieth-century philosophy. He was the leading philosopher of the Vienna Circle, a group that was central to the international movement known as logical empiricism, which pursued the goal of making philosophy scientific and eliminating metaphysics that went beyond the limits of what humans can.
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This book contains Carnap's philosophycal autobiography, a lot of articles about the philosophy of Canrap, and Carnap's answer on them.
It is highly valuable to read contemporary fresh philosophers' view on Carnap, and also read his reaction on some critique. 5/5(2). This item: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science by Rudolf Carnap Paperback $ Only 15 left in stock (more on the way).
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Rudolf Carnap has 49 books on Goodreads with ratings. Rudolf Carnap’s most popular book is The Logical Structure of the World and Pseudoproblems in. Rudolf Carnap, a German-born philosopher and naturalized U.S. citizen, was a leading exponent of logical positivism and was one of the major philosophers of the twentieth century.
He made significant contributions to philosophy of science, philosophy of language, the theory of probability, inductive logic and modal logic/5(8). Rudolf Carnap (–) was one of the best-known philosophers of the twentieth century. Notorious as one of the founders, and perhaps the leading philosophical representative, of the movement known as logical positivism or logical empiricism, he was one of the originators of the new field of philosophy of science and later a leading contributor to semantics and inductive logic.
The book was widely discussed among philosophers and became, along with Wittgenstein’s Tractatus, one of the main reference points for the Vienna Circle’s brand of philosophy, which Neurath wanted to call “logical positivism”, while Carnap (among others) preferred “logical empiricism”.
The present volume is an outgrowth of that seminar, which dealt with the philosophical foundations of physics.
Edited by Martin Gardner from transcripts of Carnap's classroom lectures and discussions, the book remains one of the clearest and soundest introductions to the philosophy of science/5().
Rudolf Carnap, (bornRonsdorf, Germany—died SeptemSanta Monica, California, U.S.), German-born American philosopher of logical made important contributions to logic, the analysis of language, the theory of probability, and the philosophy of science.
Education. From to Carnap studied mathematics, physics, and philosophy at the. Introduction to the Philosophy of Science by Rudolf Carnap and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Carnap's intellectual autobiography --Descriptive and critical essays on the philosophy of Rudolf Carnap --The philosopher replies.
Series Title: Library of living philosophers, v. Rudolf Carnap (). Rudolf Carnap was born onin Ronsdorf, Germany. Inafter his father’s death, his family moved to Barmen, where Carnap studied at the Gymnasium. From to he studied philosophy, physics and mathematics at the universities of Jena and Freiburg.
He studied Kant under Bruno Bauch and later. Carnap’s Ideal of Explication and Naturalism is the second book on Rudolf Carnap’s philosophy edited by Pierre Wagner for Palgrave Macmillan’s series The History of Analytic Philosophy.
The collection of essays is important for several reasons both for philosophers and historians of philosophy, but some parts of it will also be valuable.
Looking for books by Rudolf Carnap. See all books authored by Rudolf Carnap, including Challenges to Empiricism, and Introduction to Symbolic Logic and its Applications, and more on Summary: Rudolf Carnap () was a German-American philosopher mainly working in logic and philosophy of science.
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Students who would know the philosophies of such men as John Dewey, George Santayana, Alfred North Whitehead, G. Moore, Bertrand Russell, Ernst Cassirer, Karl Jaspers, Rudolf Carnap, Martin Buber, et al., will still need to read the writings of these men.
There is no substitute for first-hand contact with the original thought of the. The Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap (Volume XI, ) Rudolf Carnap is probably the most widely influential philosopher in the Western World today.
In the 's Carnap was one of the leaders of the renowned Vienna Circle, where, with Wittgenstein and Schlick, he was one of the founders of the movement which they called Logical Positivism, or. The Paperback of the The Logical Structure of the World and Pseudoproblems in Philosophy by Rudolf Carnap at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on Author: Rudolf Carnap. Carnap maintained that the genuine task of philosophy was the logical analysis of the language of science.
In The Logical Syntax of Language (), he introduced basic distinctions, such as object-language and meta-language, formal mode and material mode of expression, that were to be widely accepted in philosophy.5/5(1).
Rudolf Carnap (Ronsdorf, Germany – SeptemSanta Monica, California) was an influential philosopher who was active in central Europe before and in the United States thereafter. He was a leading member of the Vienna Circle and a prominent advocate of logical : One of the most creative philosophers of the 20th century, Rudolf Carnap presented a series of science lectures at the University of California in The present volume is an outgrowth of that seminar, which dealt with the philosophical foundations of physics.
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