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Descriptive and Critical Essays on the Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap
Part II of The Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap
Overview
Notes on the contributions by other philosophers to the Carnap volume of the Library of Living Philosophers.
Relations Between Logical Empiricism and Other Philosophical Movements
CHARLES MORRIS
Pragmatism and Logical Empiricism
ROBERT S. COHEN
Dialectical Materialism and Carnap's Logical Empiricism
PHILIPP FRANK
The Pragmatic Components in Carnap's 'Elimination of Metaphysics'
Metaphysics Realism and Physicalism
PAUL HENLE
Meaning and Verifiability
The Demarcation Between Science and Metaphysics
HERBERT FEIGL
Physicalism, Unity of Science and the Foundations of Psychology
A. J. AYER
Carnap's Treatment of the Problem of Other Minds
Language, Modal Logic and Semantics
ROBERT FEYS
Carnap on Modalities
JOHN MYHILL
An Alternative to the Method of Extension and Intension
DONALD DAVIDSON
The Method of Extension and Intension
R. M. MARTIN
On Carnap's Conception of Semantics
W. V. QUINE
Carnap and Logical Truth
HERBERT G. BOHNERT
Carnap's Theory of Definition and Analyticity
WILFRID SELLARS
Empiricism and Abstract Entities
E. W. BETH
Carnap's Views on the Advantages of Constructed Systems Over Natural Languages in the Philosophy of Science
P. F. STRAWSON
Carnap's Views on Constructed Systems versus Natural Languages in Analytic Philosophy
YEHOSHUA BAR-HILLEL
Remarks on Carnap's Logical Syntax of Language
Concepts and Theories of Empirical Science
NELSON GOODMAN
The Significance of Der logische Aufbau der Welt
ARTHUR PAP
Reduction Sentences and Disposition Concepts
ADOLF GRüNBAUM
Carnap's Views on the Foundations of Geometry
Implications of Carnap's Work for the Philosophy of Science
Value Judgements
ABRAHAM KAPLAN
Logical Empiricism and Value Judgments
Probability and Induction
JOHN G. KEMENY
Carnap's Theory of Probability and Induction
ARTHUR W. BURKS
On the Significance of Carnap's System of Inductive Logic for the Philosophy of Induction
HILARY PUTNAM
'Degree of Confirmation' and Inductive Logic
ERNEST NAGEL
Carnap's Theory of Induction
KARL R. POPPER
The Demarcation Between Science and Metaphysics
I. Introduction
II. My Own View of the Problem
III. Carnap's First Theory of Meaninglessness
IV. Carnap and the Language of Science
V. Testability and Meaning
VI. Probability and Induction
CARL G. HEMPEL
Implications of Carnap's Work for the Philosophy of Science


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