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Karl Sigmund, Exact Thinking in Demented Times: The Vienna Circle and the Epic Quest for the Foundations of Science

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Dekker, E. Karl Sigmund, Exact Thinking in Demented Times: The Vienna Circle and the Epic Quest for the Foundations of Science. Rev Austrian Econ 32, 269–275 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11138-018-0428-1

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