Hans Reichenbach

Hans Reichenbach Hans Reichenbach (September 26, 1891 – April 9, 1953) was a leading philosopher of science, educator, and proponent of logical empiricism. He was influential in the areas of science, education, and of logical empiricism. He founded the ''Gesellschaft für empirische Philosophie'' (Society for Empirical Philosophy) in Berlin in 1928, also known as the “Berlin Circle”. Carl Gustav Hempel, Richard von Mises, David Hilbert and Kurt Grelling all became members of the Berlin Circle.

In 1930, Reichenbach and Rudolf Carnap became editors of the journal ''Erkenntnis''. He also made lasting contributions to the study of empiricism based on a theory of probability; the logic and the philosophy of mathematics; space, time, and relativity theory; analysis of probabilistic reasoning; and quantum mechanics. In 1951, he authored ''The Rise of Scientific Philosophy'', his most popular book. Provided by Wikipedia
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From Copernicus to Einstein
Filosofía y Humanidades / Psicología
by Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953
Published 1942
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by Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953
Published 1935
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Atomo y cosmos
Filosofía y Humanidades / Psicología
by Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953
Published 1931
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by Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953.
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by Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953.
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by Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953.
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by Reichenbach, Hans 1891-1953
Published 1965
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