Der Wiener Kreis in Ungarn / The Vienna Circle in Hungary

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ISBN: 978-3-7091-0176-6 (Print) 978-3-7091-0177-3 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-7

  2. Austria-Hungary in Philosophy and Science: A Search for the Evidence

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      Pages 9-24

      Austria-Hungary in Philosophy and Science: A Search for the Evidence

  3. History of Philosophy

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      Pages 25-43

      Anton Fischers philosophische Grundlagen der wissenschaftlicher Erkenntnis

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      Pages 45-64

      Early 20th Century Conventionalism in Hungary. A Case for Győző Zemplén’s Reappreciation

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      Pages 65-98

      Wer war Béla Juhos? Eine biographische Annäherung

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      Pages 99-128

      Juhos’ Antiphysicalism and his Views on the Psychophysical Problem

  4. Physics

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      Pages 129-154

      Classical Mechanics between History and Philosophy

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      Pages 155-179

      Comparing Relativistic and Newtonian Dynamics in First-Order Logic

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      Pages 181-189

      On Why-Questions in Physics

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      Pages 191-227

      Lorentzian Theories vs. Einsteinian Special Relativity — A Logico-empiricist Reconstruction

  5. Logic

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      Pages 229-245

      Die Rezeption der neuen Logik in Ungarn

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      Pages 247-267

      Vienna Circle and Logical Analysis of Relativity Theory

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      Pages 269-288

      The Development of Mathematical Rigor from Intuition to Axiomatic Method

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 289-303