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Series: Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook

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Scientific Philosophy: Origins and Developments by Friedrich Stadler1
Norms, values, and society by Herlinde Pauer-Studer2
The Foundational Debate: Complexity and Constructivity in Mathematics and Physics (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Werner DePauli-Schimanovich3
Encyclopedia and Utopia: The Life and Work of Otto Neurath (1882-1945) (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Elisabeth Nemeth4
Game theory, experience, rationality : foundations of social sciences, economics and ethics in honor of John C. Harsanyi by Werner Leinfellner5
Alfred Tarski and the Vienna Circle : Austro-Polish connections in logical empiricism by Jan Woleński6
Epistemological and Experimental Perspectives on Quantum Physics (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Daniel Greenberger7
John von Neumann and the Foundations of Quantum Physics (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Michael Stöltzner8
The Vienna Circle and Logical Empiricism: Re-evaluation and Future Perspectives (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Friedrich Stadler10
Induction and Deduction in the Sciences (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Friedrich Stadler11
Cambridge and Vienna: Frank P. Ramsey and the Vienna Circle (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook) by Maria C. Galavotti12
Otto Neurath's Economics in Context by Elisabeth Nemeth13
Friedrich Waismann causality and logical positivism by B.F. McGuinness15
Rudolf Carnap and the Legacy of Logical Empiricism by Richard Creath16

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