Carnap's Weltanschauung and the Jugendbewegung
the story of an omitted chapter
Richard Creath (2007, 332) claimed earlier that "Quine did arrive in Vienna in 1932, but intellectually, at least, he never left. […] Vienna remained the city of Quine's dreams; it was the home of his concerns, the source of his arguments, and the lodestar of his aspirations." If Vienna was the city of Quine's dreams, then it was indeed the city of Rudolf Carnap.
Tuboly, A. (2017)., Carnap's Weltanschauung and the Jugendbewegung: the story of an omitted chapter, in F. Stadler (ed.), Integrated history and philosophy of science, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 129-144.
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