Hans Reichenbach in Istanbul

Synthese 181 (1):157 - 180 (2011)
Fleeing from the Nazi regime, along with many German refugees, Hans Reichenbach came to teach at Istanbul University in 1933, accepting the invitation of the Turkish government and stayed in Istanbul until 1938. While much is known about his work and life in Istanbul, the existing literature relies mostly on his letters and works. In this article I try to shed more light on Reichenbach's scholarly activities and personal life by also taking into account the Turkish sources and the academic context in which Reichenbach taught and worked
Keywords Reichenbach  Life  Work  Istanbul University  German émigrés
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DOI 10.2307/41477579
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Hans Reichenbach (1949). The Theory of Probability. Berkeley, University of California Press.
Hans Reichenbach (1951). The Rise of Scientific Philosophy. Berkeley, University of California Press.
Hans Reichenbach (1939). Experience and Prediction. Philosophical Review 48 (5):536-538.

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