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1974[Jrnl] Release of Issue Philosophi a Scientiae 18-2 : Hugo Dingler et l’épistémologie pragmatiste en Al lemagne, edited by Oliver Schlaudt

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  • Sandrine Avril
    Jun 27, 2014
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      We are pleased to announce the release of our Summer 2014 issue of Philosophia Scientiæ: Hugo Dingler et l’épistémologie pragmatiste en Allemagne, edited by Oliver Schlaudt



      You will find below the Table of Contents: Philosophia Scientiae 18(2)




      Hugo Dingler et l’épistémologie pragmatiste en Allemagne, edited by Oliver Schlaudt


      Oliver SCHLAUDT

      Introduction générale


      Hugo DINGLER

      Sur l’histoire et l’essence de l’expériment


      Hugo DINGLER

      Sur la théorie des sciences d’Henri Poincaré


      Hugo DINGLER & Henri POINCARÉ

      Correspondance Dingler-Poincaré


      Rudolf CARNAP, Moritz SCHLICK et Hermann WEYL

      Comptes rendus sur Dingler, Physik und Hypothese (1921)


      Christophe BOURIAU

      Présentation de la traduction de l’article de Walter Scholz :

      Conventionnalisme critique et philosophie du comme si (1924)


      Walter SCHOLZ

      Conventionnalisme critique et philosophie du comme si


      Alexandre MÉTRAUX

      « Expériment » en 1823 à propos d’un néologisme français mort-né


      Norbert SCHAPPACHER

      Pour une lecture continue de Hugo Dingler


      Detlef THIEL

      Eine Morgenröte der Wissenschaft? –

      Hugo Dinglers Diskussion mit Ernst Marcus und Salomo Friedlaender/Mynona


      Oliver SCHLAUDT

      La réception de Hugo Dingler par l’École d’Erlangen



      Thierry GOURIEUX

      Les thèses et les mesures photoélectriques de Jakob Kunz (1909-1913)



      Philosophia Scientiae is a journal of peer-reviewed research in analytic philosophy, epistemology, and history and philosophy of science. It is particularly concerned with topics arising in mathematics, physics, and logic, but is open to contributions from all scientific fields. Philosophia Scientiæ has a tradition of publishing studies in the history of German and Frenchphilosophy of science.

      It is published by Kimé Editions (Paris).                                                                                


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      (with apologies for cross-posting)


      Sandrine Avril