Logical Positivism

Logical positivism is a combination of empiricism and mathematical and logico-linguistic constructs and deductions in epistemology. The crew provides a brief overview of the view and major players. They then proceed to offer a short critique.

post image from the cover of A. J. Ayer’s Language, Truth and Logic.

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Philosophy for Theologians aims to look critically at the problems of philosophy by considering everything in light of God's revelation. The program not only wants to address philosophical questions but also to equip you with a way to think about these questions. Browse more episodes from this program or subscribe to the podcast feed.

Bob McDowell

10 years ago

May we have a link to the oft-referenced “Jones” survey of philosophy book?

Camden Bucey

10 years ago

It’s W.T. Jones’ History of Western Philosophy. Volume V, as with the others, is on Amazon, but you can typically find used copies on AbeBooks and similar used sellers for under $10.

Chris Caughey

10 years ago

I would send you a Kline audio clip, but I share DGH’s sensibilities: I would hate to be responsible for trivializing my friend.


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