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Archives of Scientific Philosophy

Personal papers of philosophers of science and related archival collections at the Archives & Special Collections Department.

Introduction

     The Archives of Scientific Philosophy was founded in 1973 and preserves the papers of leading philosophers in the traditions of Logical Positivism, Logical Empiricism, as well as their intellectual heirs and critics. As the collection grows, it represents major trends of philosophy from the 20th century forward.

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