Scientific philosophy is a sui generis project and it is not possible to assimilate it to analytic philosophy tout court, nor, a fortiori, to the philosophy of science. Scientific philosophy was practised during the early stage of the Vienna Circle before the influence of Wittgen¬stein’s thought was decisive. Afterwards, there was a quick transition to philo¬sophy intended as subsidiary of science, as a mere clarification of meaning, co¬ming, in the end, to its liquidation with Carnap’s logical syntax. Different was the path of the Lvow-Warsaw School, which remained commit¬ted to Brentano’s original programme and never abandoned the idea of the possi¬bility of scientific philosophy. Decisive, here, was the absence of Wittgenstein’s influence and the utter irrelevance of that of Mach. It is in Poland that at the present days it has its strongest roots and that there are considerable trends of thought inspired by it.
|Titolo:||«The Place of Polish Scientific Philosophy in the European Context»|
|Autori interni:||CONIGLIONE, Francesco|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2007|
|Rivista:||POLISH JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|