Hans Reichenbach, radio philosopher: a preliminary report

Synthese 199 (5-6):12625-12641 (2021)
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This essay looks at some of the key aspects of Hans Reichenbach’s career as a radio engineer, broadcaster, and producer. It argues that some of the themes of Reichenbach’s logical empiricism can be illuminated by looking at them in relation to his work as a radio engineer during and after World War One. It also argues that attention to the educational activities he undertook in the new broadcast radio medium can help us understand that affinities he saw between logical empiricism and other modernizing projects of Weimar Germany.



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