Definition of Carnap, Rudolf in English:

Carnap, Rudolf

Syllabification: Car·nap, Rudolf
Pronunciation: /ˈkärˌnap
 
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  • (1891–1970), US philosopher; born in Germany; a founding member of the logical positivist Vienna Circle. Notable works: The Logical Structure of the World (1928) and The Logical Foundations of Probability (1950).

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