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  • ...'). Among its members, besides Schlick, the organizing figure and chairman of the Ernst Mach Society, were Gustav Bergmann, [[Rudolf Carnap]], [[Herbert ...only source of knowledge; second, logical analysis performed with the help of [[symbolic logic]] is the preferred method for solving philosophical proble
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  • |image=Capistrankanzel Vienna.JPG |caption=Pulpit of John Capistrano at the Stephansdom in Vienna
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  • {{History of economic thought}} ...de]] policy to further the national interest. The modern political economy of [[Adam Smith]] appeared during the [[industrial revolution]], when technolo
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  • ...[[Holy Roman Empire]], when he was recalled to [[Mongolia]] upon the death of [[Ögedei Khan]]. ...ainst [[Islam]]. To some extent, the Mongol Empire and the Mongol invasion of Europe served as a bridge between different cultural worlds.
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  • ...Ireland; King of Hanover; prev. King of Great Britain and Ireland; Elector of Hanover | predecessor =[[George II of Great Britain|George II]]
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  • [[Image:sarajevo11.jpg|thumb|right|A new plaque commemorating the location of the Sarajevo Assassination]] ...by many as a revival of the ancient [[Serbian Empire]], which had been one of the largest states in Europe.
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  • [[image:Carol I of Romania king.jpg|thumb|Carol of Romania.]] ... Order of Victory upon King Michael I for his central role in the overturn of the Germans in Roumania in late August 1944.
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  • [[Image:Star of David.svg|thumb|The Star of David]] ...cient symbol of the [[Menorah]]. The star has been used to adorn the cover of the [[Torah]], and it is found on Jewish synagogues and tombstones.
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  • ... the horrors of the death camp, and his writings express the key component of true human nature: Love. ...d from high school in 1923, he studied [[medicine]] at the [[University of Vienna]], and later specialized in [[neurology]] and [[psychiatry]].
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  • |conventional_long_name=Republic of Austria | image_flag = Flag of Austria.svg
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  • birth = July 28, 1902 <br />[[Vienna]], [[Austria]] | main_interests = [[Epistemology]], [[philosophy of science]], social and political philosophy |
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  • ...niversity of Berlin. Although Musil had been fascinated by literature most of his life, it was not until well into his academic career as a philosopher t ...ving as a metaphor for the lack of clarity of vision that allowed the rise of [[nationalism]] and ultimately [[national socialism]] in Central Europe.
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  • ...mous amount, and he (and [[Carl Hempel]]) did more to work out the details of the logical positivist program and thereby promote that program in America [[Harvard University|Harvard]] philosopher and [[logic]]ian [[Willard Van Orman Quine|Willard Qu
    27 KB (4,028 words) - 15:41, 31 August 2019
  • | birth_place={{flagicon|AUT}} [[Vienna]], [[Austrian Empire]] | residence = [[Image:Flag_of_Austria.svg|20px|]] [[Austria]], [[Image:Flag_of_Germany.svg|20px|]] [[Germany]]
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  • | work_institution = [[University of Vienna]] | alma_mater = University of Vienna
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  • | alma_mater = [[University of Vienna]] ..., 1906 &ndash; January 14, 1978) was one of the most significant logicians of all time, whose work had an immense impact on 20th century philosophy, logi
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  • ... of [[shrine]] seen today, with a large worship hall and images, is itself of Buddhist origin and not indigenous Shinto. ...rld religions, which reflects the Asian emphasis on the interconnectedness of [[nature]] and the [[cosmos]].
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  • ...ry, especially through his work on the concept of [[truth]] and the theory of models." ...for that place and time. Nevertheless, in 1918 he entered the [[University of Warsaw]] intending to study [[biology]].
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  • | location = [[Image:Austria-Hungary flag 1869-1918.svg|25px]] [[Vienna]], [[Austria-Hungary]] | deathplace = [[Image:Flag of the United States.svg|25px]] [[Beverly Hills]], [[Los Angeles]], [[Califor
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  • ...covered what he called ''magnétism animal'' (animal magnetism) and others often called ''mesmerism.'' Mesmer's ideas and practices would later be develo ...d fortune on the one hand, and [[exile]] and ruin&mdash;both financial and of his reputation&mdash;on the other.
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