One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
noun & adjectivePhilosophy
- ‘I don't think I am doing him an injustice if I say that epistemologically he was essentially a logicist and positivist.’
- ‘In particular, his ‘mentalism’, that beliefs about one's own current mental state are epistemologically basic, went essentially unchallenged by the empiricists and positivists, until this century.’
- ‘Heidegger doesn't even differ from the empiricists and positivists in thinking that it was the wrong idea.’
- ‘For the Viennese positivists, Heidegger's work is the return to a reactionary, anti-scientific metaphysics, which is allied politically to pan-Germanic aspirations.’
- ‘Logical positivists denied the soundness of metaphysics and traditional philosophy; they asserted that many philosophical problems are indeed meaningless.’
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