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  1. Two Essays on Entropy by Rudolf Carnap, Abner Shimony, 1978-02
  2. Manifeste du Cercle de Vienne et autres ecrits (Philosophie d'aujourd'hui) (French Edition) by Rudolf; Soulez, Antonia Carnap, 1985
  3. Über Protokollsätze (1932) by Rudolf Carnap, 1932
  4. Untersuchungen zur allgemeinen Axiomatik (German Edition) by Rudolf Carnap, 2000
  5. Introduction to semantics, (Studies in semantics) by Rudolf Carnap, 1942
  6. Foundations of Logic and Mathematics (International Encyclopaedia of Unified Sciences) by Rudolf Carnap, 1937-06
  7. Carnap II: Normative Theorie des induktiven Räsonierens (Probleme und Resultate der Wissenschaftstheorie und Analytischen Philosophie / Personelle und Statistische Wahrscheinlichkeit) (German Edition) by Wolfgang Stegmuller, 1973-03-09
  8. Philosophy and Logical Syntax by Rudolf Carnap, 1979
  9. Formalization of Logic by Rudolf Carnap, 1947
  10. ERKENNTNIS, Zugleich Annalen der Philosophie... BAND 3, Heft 1, 1932 by Rudolf & Hans Reichenbach, eds. Moritz Schlick, Erwin Schrödinger, Jörge Carnap, 1931
  11. The Unity of Science (Key Texts) by Rudolf Carnap, 1997-06
  12. Die Philosophie Carnaps (LEP Library of Exact Philosophy) (German Edition) by Lothar Krauth, 1970-09-01
  13. Induktive Logik und Wahrscheinlichkeit (German Edition) by Rudolf Carnap, 1959-01-01
  14. ERKENNTNIS, Zugleich Annalen der Philosophie... BAND 1, HEFT I, 1930 by Rudolf & Hans Reichenbach, eds. Moritz Schlick, et al. Carnap, 1930

41. JSTOR The Non-Reducibility Of Koopman S Theorems Of Probability
2 carnap, rudolf, On the Comparative Concept of Confirmation, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 111, 1953, pp. 311318.<368:TNOKTO>2.0.CO;2-

42. Vienna Circle (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
Contributions to the Philosophy of rudolf carnap, Dordrecht Kluwer. carnap, rudolf, 1935, Philosophy and Logical Syntax, London Kegan Paul.
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First published Wed Jun 28, 2006; substantive revision Mon Sep 18, 2006 The Vienna Circle was a group of early twentieth-century philosophers who sought to reconceptualize empiricism by means of their interpretation of then recent advances in the physical and formal sciences. Their radically anti-metaphysical stance was supported by an empiricist criterion of meaning and a broadly logicist conception of mathematics. They denied that any principle or claim was synthetic a priori
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    Throughout the early and mid-1930s the Circle kept a high and increasingly international profile with its numerous publications and conferences. In 1930, the Circle took over, again together with the Berlin Society, the journal Annalen der Philosophie and restarted it under the name of Erkenntnis International Encyclopedia of Unified Science Structure of Scientific Revolutions amongst them).

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44. ABC List Of Texts In English And Other Languages
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45. Bibliography On Quotation
carnap, rudolf Meaning and Necessity. A Study in Semantics and Modal Logic. Chicago/Toronto/London 1947. carnap, rudolf Die Antinomien und die
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46. Combined Bibliography
carnap, rudolf (1928) Der logische Aufbau der Welt, English translation The Logical carnap, rudolf (1934) Logische Syntax der Sprache, translated as The
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This page contains the combined bibliography for many of the web pages on this site. Names highlighted in blue have links to biographies or web pages of the corresponding persons, places, or things. Titles highlighted in blue have links to summaries, reviews, excerpts, or complete copies of the documents. Index: A B C D ... Z
Albertazzi, Liliana, ed. (1999) Shapes of Forms , Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Journal of Symbolic Logic Alexander, Christopher (1964) Notes on the Synthesis of Form , Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. Alexander, Christopher (1979) The Timeless Way of Building , Oxford University Press, New York. Allen, James F. (1983) "Maintaining knowledge about temporal intervals," Communications of the ACM , pp. 832-843. Allen, James F. (1984) "Towards a general theory of action and time," Artificial Intelligence , vol. 23, pp. 123-154. Proceedings AAAI-85 , pp. 528-531. Allerton, D. J. (1982) Valency and the English Verb , Academic Press, New York. Themes from Kaplan , Oxford University Press, Oxford.

47. Empiricism, Semantics, And Ontology
Paper by rudolf carnap, first published in Revue Internationale de Philosophie 4 (1950) 2040.
Empiricism, Semantics, and Ontology
Rudolf Carnap
Revue Internationale de Philosophie 4 (1950): 20-40. Reprinted in the Supplement to Meaning and Necessity: A Study in Semantics and Modal Logic, enlarged edition (University of Chicago Press, 1956).
1. The problem of abstract entities
Others object strongly to this procedure as violating the basic principles of empiricism and leading back to a metaphysical ontology of the Platonic kind. It is the purpose of this article to clarify this controversial issue. The nature and implications of the acceptance of a language referring to abstract entities will first be discussed in general; it will be shown that using such a language does not imply embracing a Platonic ontology but is perfectly compatible with empiricism and strictly scientific thinking. Then the special question of the role of abstract entities in semantics will be discussed. It is hoped that the clarification of the issue will be useful to those who would like to accept abstract entities in their work in mathematics, physics, semantics, or any other field; it may help them to overcome nominalistic scruples.
2. Linguistic frameworks

48. Warren Wilson College Library-New Books, June 2004
Introduction to semantics, and Formalization of logic / rudolf carnap. The logical syntax of language / rudolf carnap ; translated by Amethe Smeaton
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49. Ralph Dumain: "The Autodidact Project": Bibliography: Vienna Circle, Karl Popper
carnap, rudolf. The Elimination of Metaphysics through the Logical Analysis of Language (orig 1932. Überwindung der Metaphysik durch logische Analyse
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Selected Bibliography compiled by Ralph Dumain Rudolf Carnap ( Online)
Awodey, Steve; Klein, Carsten; eds. Carnap Brought Home: The View from Jena . Chicago: Open Court, 2004. See also Gabriel, Uebel, Wolters. Brushlinsky, V. [my title]. Originally appeared in Pod Znamenem Marksisma [Under the Banner of Marxism] (1932). Reprinted (complete bibliographic information not provided) in Frank, Phillip (see below), pp. 160-163. Carnap, Rudolf. "Intellectual Autobiography," in: The Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap , ed. Paul Arthur Schilpp (La Salle, IL: Open Court, 1963), pp. 3-84. See quote: , p. 26. (In Esperanto: "Lingvoplanado" (Language Planning) Carnap, Rudolf. "The Elimination of Metaphysics through the Logical Analysis of Language" (orig: 1932. "Überwindung der Metaphysik durch logische Analyse der Sprache," Erkenntnis , v. 2, 219-41), trans. A. Pap, in: Logical Positivism , A.J. Ayer, ed. (New York: Free Press, 1959), 60-81. Carnap, Rudolf. "Replies and Systematic Expositions": "2. Robert S. Cohen on Dialectical Materialism vs. Empiricism", "3. Philipp Frank and V. Brushlinsky on Positivism, Metaphysics, and Marxism"; in:

50. Explaining Experience In Nature : Introductory Remarks
The physicalism advocated by rudolf carnap clearly sought a naturalistic basis and rudolf carnap. P.883, The Philosophy of rudolf carnap The Library of
@import ""; @import ""; @import ""; @import ""; @import ""; @import ""; publisher = ""; no title Explaining Experience in Nature : The Foundations of Logic and Apprehension By Steven Ericsson-Zenith This document is a draft chapter from the forthcoming book 'Explaining Experience in Nature: The Foundations of Logic and Apprehension' by Steven Ericsson-Zenith. It constitutes the most accessible twenty-five pages or so of the book with notes and references. document type: chapter. published: January 1st, 2007. revised: December 1st, 2007. reviewed : January 21st, 2008. editor: none. proof read: no. status: occasional-refinement. version: draft. audience: general-academic
Introductory Remarks
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carnap, rudolf. The Methodological Character of Theoretical Concepts . – In H. Feigl M. Scriven (Eds.) Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science,
CHAPTER VIII POSITIVISM, POST-POSITIVISM AND POSTMODERNISM EVALDAS NEKRASAS Fierce attacks on modernism by postmodernists reawakened an interest in positivist modernism both inside and outside academic circles. This interest is still alive in spite of the fact that some philosophers claim that today we are living already in a post-post-modern era. A fundamental question looms large: are postmodernists right when they claim that postmodern thinking is radically different from the modern one, of which positive (or positivist) thinking is a paradigmatic case? When examining this issue it is advisable to start from the brief analysis of the causes which led to disintegration of the latest form of positivism which, a bit paradoxically, was likely closest to the philosophy of the originator of the movement, namely that of David Hume. By this latest form I mean, of course, logical positivism. (Not everyone would agree that precisely Hume and not Auguste Comte was the originator of positivism but I do not intend to discuss this issue here.) Logical positivism as a distinct and integrated type of philosophy actually ceased to exist more or less three decades ago. According to the common wisdom it started to fell apart under criticism of W.V. Quine and Karl Popper. Their attacks on the fundamental principles of positivism were followed by later ones coming from different quarters and assailing positivism on different lines. Allegedly the most important, deadly blow was received by positivism in the early sixties, namely the publication of Thomas Kuhn’s

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53. The Heidegger-Carnap Controversy: The Birth Of The Continental/Analytic Divide
6 rudolf carnap, “The Elimination of Metaphysics through Logical analysis of Language,” Logical Positivism, ed. A.J. Ayer, Free Press, 1959.
N.B. This is a draft of an essay which will appear in Philosophy Today in 2007. Please do not quote.) Martin Heidegger and Rudolf Carnap: Radical Phenomenology, Logical Positivism and the Roots of the Continental/Analytic Divide James Luchte It would be too simple to assert that the root of the “Continental/Analytic divide” grew out from the “dispute” between Heidegger and Carnap. There are other, earlier candidates for this “divide” through which significant topoi separated off into differing currents of philosophy Lanfredini describes the conflict between Husserl and Schlick over the significance of “qualitative aspects” for the constitution of knowledge. Schlick, pre-figuring the language of Carnap and Ayer, advocated the elimination of these aspects from the domain of rigorous, scientific knowledge. Husserl, for his part, sought to found the qualitative aspect of the lifeworld in a phenomenology of pure consciousness. Yet, as we can gather from Heidegger (Husserl’s dissident student) in one of his many Marburg lecture courses

54. Documents For An Access Point
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55. Bibliography
carnap, rudolf. 1958. Introduction to Symbolic Language and its Applications. carnap, rudolf. 1950. The Logical Foundations of Probability.
Roots Index Web Links Bibliography Ackermann, W. 1959. Solvable cases of the decision problem . Amsterdam : North-Holland. Barnsley, Michael F. 1988. Fractals Everywhere . San Diego : Academic Press. Beth, Evert W. 1959. The Foundations of Mathematics . Amsterdam : North-Holland. Bennaceraf, P and Putnam, Hilary (eds.). 1964. Philosophy of Mathematics : Selected Readings . Englewood Cliffs : Prentice-Hall. Bernays, Paul. 1958. Axiomatic Set Theory . Amsterdam : North-Holland. Black, Max. 1959. The Nature of Mathematics . Paterson : Littlefield Adams. Bourbaki, Nicholas. 1958-64. Elements De Mathematique Vol I - XXIV ). Paris : Hermann. Bouvere, K. L. De. 1959. A Method in Proofs of Undefinability . Amsterdam : North-Holland. Church, Alonzo. 1937. Introduction to Mathematical Logic . New York : Dover. Carnap, Rudolf. 1959. The Logical Syntax of Language . Paterson : Littlefield Adams. Carnap, Rudolf. 1958. Introduction to Symbolic Language and its Applications . New York : Dover. Carnap, Rudolf. 1950. The Logical Foundations of Probability . Chicago : University Press. Cohen,Paul J. 1966.

56. Carnap, Rudolf
Translate this page carnap, rudolf, * 18. 5. 1891 Ronsdorf bei Wuppertal (Deutschland), † 14. 9. 1970 Santa Monica (USA), Philosoph. 1926-35 Universitätsprofessor in Wien und
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Carnap, Rudolf, * 18. 5. 1891 Ronsdorf bei Wuppertal ( Deutschland ), † 14. 9. 1970 Santa Monica (USA), Philosoph. 1926-35 in Wien und Prag, ab 1936 in den USA, war mit M. Schlick Wiener Kreis . Baute die Logik auf einer umfassenden Semantik auf (Lehre von den Beziehungen zwischen den Zeichen), stellte 1928 als erster eine Konstitutionstheorie der Begriffe auf und setzte E. Machs Empiriokritizismus fort. Werke: Der logische symbolische Naturwissenschaft deutsch Literatur: R. Cirera, Carnap and the Vienna Circle, 1994; L. Krauth, Die Philosophie Carnaps , 1997; T. Mormann, R. Carnap Hinweise zum Lexikon Suche nach hierher verweisenden Seiten

57. 20th WCP: Making Sense Of The Other: Husserl, Carnap, Heidegger, And Wittgenstei
Indeed, the logical positivist rudolf carnap criticized reasoning such as Husserl s because it violated verificationism by granting meaning to untestable
Comparative Philosophy Making Sense of the Other: Husserl, Carnap, Heidegger, and Wittgenstein William Cornwell
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ABSTRACT: Phenomenology and logical positivism both subscribed to an empirical-verifiability criterion of mental or linguistic meaning. The acceptance of this criterion confronted them with the same problem: how to understand the Other as a subject with his own experience, if the existence and nature of the Other's experiences cannot be verified. Husserl tackled this problem in the Cartesian Meditations Dasein 's being-with includes "primitive" adaptive behavior such as cries, smiles, and threatening or playful gesture. As Dasein is acculturated, these behaviors are partially superseded by functionally equivalent linguistic expressions. I. Introduction There are obvious and important ways in which analytic and continental philosophy differ, but this should not make us overlook their thematic and historical similarities. Both traditions had their roots in phenomenalistic theories that attempted to reduce all meaning to the immediately given. Even though phenomenology was more generous in construing what was immediately given, neither phenomenology nor logical positivism could do justice to our understanding of the subjectivity of other people. Heidegger and Wittgenstein each dealt with this problem in unique but complementary ways.

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60. Rudolph Carnap
Nothing in the works of the Logical Positivists united them more than Rudolph carnap s statement that In the domain of metaphysics, including all
Nothing in the works of the Logical Positivists united them more than Rudolph Carnap's statement that "In the domain of metaphysics, including all philosophy of value and normative theory, logical analysis yields the negative results that the alleged statements in this domain are entirely meaningless." Such statements he meant are not just pointless or false, they are nothing but sequences of words that, however they may appear otherwise, do not make a statement at all. It is not completely honest to discuss this attitude of Carnap's with Aristotle in mind. The metaphysics that Carnap railed against, like Heidiggers, did not share that strong ground with nature that characterized the philosophies of both Aristotle and the Positivists. In order to avoid the problems of metaphysics Carnap turned to the problem of developing words and sentences with clear and concise meanings. Concerning the meaning of words, first, Carnap said, we need to determine the syntax of a word in the simplest sentence it is capable of occurring in. He called this an elementary sentence. For example the word stone. The simplest sentence might be "X is a stone." We can call this sentence S. Once this has been determined we must answer the question "What sentence is S deducible from and What sentences are deducible from S?" Once these sentences have been reduced to observation sentences or what are called protocol sentences, that is the meaning of the word. Thus the meaning of a word must be reducible to observation states which can be verified.

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