General Theory of Knowledge
First published in Germany in 1918, this acutely reasoned treatise attacks many of philosophy’s contemporary sacred cows, including the concept of metaphysics and Kant’s arguments for synthetic a priori knowledge. The book expounds most of the doctrines that would later be identified with the “classical period” of the Vienna Circle. Unlike many of his peers, Schlick displays a detailed and sensitive knowledge of the traditions he criticizes, displayed here in the chief work of this pioneering Viennese philosopher.
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The Nature of Knowledge
Knowing in Everyday Life
Knowing in Science
Knowing by Means of Images
Knowing by Means of Concepts
The Limits of Definition
The Nature of Judgments
ThingsInThemselves and the Notion of Immanence
Critique of the Notion of Immanence
Unperceived Things as Real
Unperceived Things as Unreal
b Objects Perceived by Several Individuals
B Knowledge of the Real
The Subjectivity of Time
The Subjectivity of Space
Judging and Knowing
What is Truth?
Definitions Conventions and Empirical Judgments
What Knowledge is Not
SoCalled Inner Perception 151
On the Value of Knowledge
Problems of Thought
The Analytic Character of Rigorous Inference
A Skeptical Consideration of Analysis
The Unity of Consciousness
The Relationship of the Psychological to the Logical
Problems of Reality
Naive and Philosophical Viewpoints on the Question of Reality
The Temporality of the Real
The Subjectivity of the Sense Qualities
Quantitative and Qualitative Knowledge
The Physical and the Mental
More on the Psychophysical Problem
Objections to Parallelism
Monism Dualism Pluralism
The Validity of Knowledge of Reality
Thinking and Being
Knowing and Being
Is There a Pure Intuition?
Are There Pure Forms of Thought?
On Inductive Knowledge
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On the concept of unity of consciousness
General Theory of Knowledge,. Springer-Verlag, Vienna and New ... General Theory of Knowledge,. pp. 126-127. 13 Ibid., p. 124. 14 Ibid., p. 125. ...
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General Theory of Knowledge. (Schlick). Alte Probleme – Neue Lösungen in ..... General Theory of Knowledge, 20,. 22, 23, 105, 139, 174, 213 ...
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JSTOR: Schlick and Husserl on the Foundations of Phenomenology
The brief but spirited exchange between Husserl and Schlick centered on a passage in the 1918 (first) edition of Schlick's General Theory of Knowledge.2 ...
What Is Truth?: An Essay in the Theory of Knowledge by Arthur ...
Schlick emphasized experience as the means of establishing the truth of claims to knowledge. His works include General Theory of Knowledge (2d ed. ...
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Philosophy of Science: An Encyclopedia
Even though Schlick felt committed to an epistemological realism in his main work, General Theory of Knowledge (1918/1925), he began his inaugural lecture ...
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Moritz Schlick became his favorite philosopher after he read the latter's Allgemeine Erkenntnisslehre (General Theory of Knowledge). ...
From Neo-Kantianism to Critical Realism: Space and the Mind-Body ...
(Friedman 1983, 19) in the General Theory of Knowledge and earlier, this ... reading of Schlick’s General Theory of Knowledge that is completely different ...
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The Philosophy of Logical Positivism
(English translation: General Theory of Knowledge, 1974). With the help of Frank, Hahn, and. Neurath, in 1922 Schlick moved to the University of Vienna, ...
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Vienna Circle (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Here the prominent role of Schlick must be mentioned, whose General Theory of Knowledge (1918, second edition 1925) was one of the first publications by ...
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