I took the term ‘orchestration’ from Kallen’s lively lecture, read at our fifth Unity-of-Science Congress (Harvard, 1939), as one of my pet words and have since used it frequently. Thus, I gladly accepted the editor’s friendly invitation of starting a discussion on Kallen’s paper ‘The Meaning of ‘Unity’ among the Sciences’ (Educational Administration and Supervision, February, 1940, pp. 8–97) in the pages of this periodical.
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Neurath, O. (1983). The Orchestration of the Sciences by the Encyclopedism of Logical Empiricism. In: Cohen, R.S., Neurath, M. (eds) Philosophical Papers 1913–1946. Vienna Circle Collection, vol 16. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-6995-7_22
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