Magyar Filozófiai Szemle 2018/4.
Austrian Philosphy

Contents

Foreword (Gergely Ambrus and Friedrich Stadler)

UNITY AND TENSIONS IN AUSTRIAN PHILOSOPHY

Guillaume Fréchette: Brentano on Perception
Denis Fisette: The Reception of Ernst Mach in the School of Brentano
Christoph Limbeck-Lilienau: The First Vienna Circle: Myth or Reality?
Christian Damböck: Carnap’s Aufbau: A Case of Plagiarism?
Thomas Uebel: Overcoming Carnap’s Methodological Solipsism: Not As Easy As It Seems
Gergely Ambrus: Austrian Identity Theory and Russellian Monism: Schlick, Russell and Chalmers
Friedrich Stadler: Austrian Philosophy: Outlines of a Discipline at the University of Vienna in the 20th Century

THE INFLUENCE OF AUSTRIAN PHILOSOPHY IN HUNGARY

Csaba Pléh: The Impact of Karl Bühler on Hungarian Psychology and Linguistics
Miklós Rédei: Parallels and Divergencies: Gödel and von Neumann
Péter András Varga: A Snapshot of Austrian Philosophy on the Eve of Franz Brentano’s Arrival: The Young Bernhard Alexander in Vienna in 1868–1871

DOCUMENT

Barnabás Szekér, Bettina Szabados und Péter András Varga: Die Wiener Einträge 1869–1870 aus dem Tagebuch des ungarischen Philosophen Bernhard Alexander

Contributors
Summaries

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