The Logical Structure of the World; Pseudoproblems in Philosophy. Rudolf Carnap.

The Logical Structure of the World; Pseudoproblems in Philosophy

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967. First American edition. Hardcover. 8vo. [7], vi-xi, [2], xiv, [1], xvi-xviii, [1], xx-xxvi, [5], 6-364 pp. Price of $8.50 on the front flap of the dust jacket. With a preface by Carnap, a bibliography, and a translator's preface. Translated by Rolf A. George. In this work Carnap engages with the ideas of Russell and Mach, and rigorously develops a formal theory of empiricism according to which all scientific terms are definable by terms of a phenomenalistic language (a view Carnap later amended). An important book collecting two of Carnap's most significant works. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #00007564

A Near Fine book with a slight separation between the backstrip and the textblock and a tiny bump to the corner of the front board; dust jacket is Near Fine with mild fading to the spine panel and the top of the front panel and a tiny wrinkle to the top corner of the front board.

Price: $250.00

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