Logical Positivism and Theology

Philosophy 10 (39):313 - 331 (1935)
The subject of this paper is the relation of Logical Positivism to Theology. By “Logical Positivism” I mean the doctrine originated by Dr. Wittgenstein and expounded more at length by Professors Carnap, Schlick, and other members of the Viennese Circle in the periodical called Erkenntnis . The clearest account of it in English is that given by Mr. R. B. Braithwaite in the volume called Cambridge University Studies
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