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Hans Reichenbach and Logical Empiricism in Turkey

  • Yaman Örs
Part of the Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook [2004] book series (VCIY, volume 12)

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Philosophy Department Logical Empiricism Balkan Country Vienna Circle Dialectical Materialism 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yaman Örs
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  1. 1.Department of DeontologyAkdeniz un. Medical Fac.AntalyaTurkey

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