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Ernst Mach's Vienna, 1895-1930, or, Phenomenalism as philosophy of science

Author: John T Blackmore; R Itagaki; S Tanaka
Publisher: Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©2001.
Series: Boston studies in the philosophy of science, v. 218.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Ernst Mach; Ernst Mach; Ernst Mach; Ernst Mach
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John T Blackmore; R Itagaki; S Tanaka
ISBN: 0792371224 9780792371229
OCLC Number: 47254201
Description: x, 347 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Prolegomena --
2. Biographical Sketch --
3. Onto-Epistemology --
4. Textbook Ontology --
Chapter 2 Friedrich Adler / Partly by himself 29 --
1. Biographical Remarks / the Editors --
2. "Adler as Physicist" / Joel/Einstein --
3. "A Machist Foreword" / F. Adler --
4. Selected Mach-Adler Correspondence --
Chapter 3 Philipp Frank / Largely by himself 61 --
1. T.S. Kuhn's Interview --
2. Recollections of Frank: (Furth, Tisza, Bergmann, Holton, & Bernstein) --
3. Frank's Philosophy --
4. Correspondence --
Chapter 4 Erwin Schrodinger / Henk de Regt 85 --
1. Biographical Sketch --
2. Schrodinger and Mach --
3. Schrodinger and Boltzmann --
4. Mach & Boltzmann --
5. Quantum Mechanics --
Chapter 5 Otto Neurath 1913-1915 / Michael Stoltzner 105 --
1. Auxiliary Motives (Stoltzner) --
2. "Similarity & Analogy" (Mach) --
3. "Optical and Acoustic Analogies" (Mach) --
4. Correspondence --
Chapter 6 Von Hayek, Bergmann, and Mayer-Hofer / Themselves 123 --
1. "Ernst Mach and Viennese Social Science" --
2. "To Otto Neurath about the Vienna Circle" --
3. "Mach and My Student Days in Vienna" --
Chapter 7 Wittgenstein's Machist Sources / Henk Visser 139 --
2. Priority of Logic and Form --
3. Source: Mach's Popular Scientific Lectures --
4. Source: Analysis of Sensations --
Chapter 8 Carnap's Machist "Phase" / Partly by himself 159 --
1. Mach's Influence on Carnap --
2. "Metaphysical Reality" (Carnap) --
3. Inclusive and Fair Classification --
4. Carnap's Basic Epistemology --
Chapter 9 Musil Between Mach and Stumpf / Michio Imai 187 --
2. Dissertation --
3. Closer Analysis --
4. Musil on Mach --
5. Ethics and Mysticism --
Chapter 10 Husserl Vs. Jerusalem / Themselves 211 --
1. Husserl Criticizes Mach's Ideas --
2. Husserl attacks Jerusalem --
3. Jerusalem Responds to Husserl --
4. Mach-Husserl Correspondence --
5. Mach-Jerusalem Correspondence --
Chapter 11 Alois Hofler --
Polymath / The editors 237 --
1. Hofler and Meinong --
2. "Inexistent Objects" --
3. Hofler's Philosophy --
4. Hofler and "The Society" --
5. Mach and Hofler --
Chapter 12 University of Vienna Philosophical Society / The editors 277 --
1. Alois Hofler's Society 1888-1922 --
2. Robert Reininger's Society 1922-1938 --
3. Mode One: Lectures & Discussions --
4. Mode Two: Mach's Probable Influence --
Appedix Collateral Philosophers / Themselves 315 --
1. Queen of the Sciences (Dilthey) --
2. Love of Wisdom (Montague) --
3. Study of Experience (Parker) --
4. Original Thinking (William James) --
5. Concrete Distinctions (Lovejoy) --
6. Abstract Distinctions (Morris Cohen).
Series Title: Boston studies in the philosophy of science, v. 218.
Other Titles: Ernst Mach's Vienna, 1895-1930
Phenomenalism as philosophy of science
Responsibility: edited by J. Blackmore, R. Itagaki and S. Tanaka.
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