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Stationen. Dem Philosophen und Physiker Moritz Schlick zum 125. Geburtstag / Edition 1

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Overview

Die in den Schlick Studien vereinten Texte sind Ergebnisse der rezenten internationalen Forschung zu Leben und Werk Moritz Schlicks. Ein Schwerpunkt besteht in der Dokumentation und Aufarbeitung des Nachlasses. Die Schlick Studien sind als Ergänzung und Vertiefung der Arbeit an der Moritz Schlick Gesamtausgabe gedacht und als Reihe auf mehrere Bände hin konzipiert. Beiträge werden sowohl von den Mitarbeitern des Moritz Schlick Projekts wie auch von externen Forschern beigesteuert.

Der erste Band enthält elf Artikel zu den Themen Naturphilosophie und Physik einerseits (Relativitätstheorie, Quantenphysik) sowie allgemein zu Leben und Werk Schlicks andererseits (Schlick als Pädagoge, Schlick und Wittgenstein, Schlick und Jacoby, Schlicks Berufung nach Wien etc.).

Die Bände der Reihe richten sich an all jene, die rund um die Moritz Schlick Gesamtausgabe weiterführende Literatur zur Moritz-Schlick-Forschung suchen.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783211715802
  • Publisher: Springer Vienna
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Language: German
  • Series: Schlick Studien Series , #1
  • Edition description: 2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Friedrich Stadler,

geboren 1951 in Zeltweg, Studium der Geschichte, Philosophie und Psychologie, 1977 Mag. phil., 1982 Dr. phil., 1994 Habilitation für Wissenschaftsgeschichte und Wissenschaftstheorie, a. o. Univ.-Prof. an der Universität Wien, Gründer und Leiter des Instituts Wiener Kreis.

Hans Jürgen Wendel,

geboren 1953 in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Studium der Sozialwissenschaften und Philosophie, 1982 Diplom in Soziologie, 1986 Dr. phil., 1989 Habilitation, 1985-1990 wiss. Assistent, 1990-1992 Lehrtätigkeit in Kiel und Berlin, seit 1992 Univ.-Prof., 1996-2000 Dekan, 2002-2006 Rektor der Univ. Rosk.

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Table of Contents

Vorwort.-

Biographie:

Massimo Ferrari (Turin), 1922: Moritz Schlick in Wien;

Mathias Iven (Rosk/Wien), Wittgenstein und Schlick. Zur Geschichte eines Diktats;

Renate Lotz-Rimbach (Wien), Mord verj Äahrt nicht: Psychogramm eines politischen Mordes.-

Werk / Wirkung:

Fynn Ole Engler (Rosk), Über das erkenntnistheoretische Raumproblem bei Moritz Schlick, Wilhelm Wundt und Albert Einstein;

Edwin Glassner (Wien), Was heißt Koinzidenz bei Schlick?;

Björn Henning (Rosk), Der Pädagoge Schlick;

Thomas Oberdan (Clemson), Geometry, Convention, and the Relativized Apriori: The Schlick-Reichenbach Correspondence;

Tobias Fox (Wien), Die letzte Gesetzlichkeit - Schlicks Kommentare zur Quantenphysik;

Steffen Kluck (Rosk), Moritz Schlick, Günther Jacoby und das Wirklichkeitsproblem.-

Archiv:

Fynn Ole Engler (Rosk), Moritz Schlicks Beitrag zum Einstein-Wettbewerb des Scientific American.-

Namenregister.

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