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  1. MEANING AND EXISTENCE by Gustav Bergmann, 1968
  2. The ontological turn: studies in the philosophy of Gustav Bergmann by Moltke S Gram, 1974
  3. New Foundations Of Ontology by Gustav Bergmann, 1992-07-15
  4. The Metaphysics of Logical Positivism by Gustav Bergmann, 1978-05-18
  5. Umweltgerechtes Produkt-Design: Management und Marketing zwischen Okonomie und Okologie (German Edition) by Gustav Bergmann, 1994
  6. Realism: A Critique of Brentano & Meinong. by Gustav Bergmann, 1967-05
  7. Strategisches Absatzkanalmanagement in Markten mit hoher Nachfragemacht des Handels: Eine Bestandsaufnahme mit Beispielen aus der Mobelindustrie (Schriften zu Distribution und Handel) (German Edition) by Gustav Bergmann, 1988
  8. Philosophy of Science by Bergmann Gustav, 1982-08-25
  9. Logic and Reality by Gustav Bergmann, 1964-01-01
  10. Die Kunst des Gelingens by Gustav Bergmann, 1999-01-01
  11. Philosophy of science by Gustav Bergmann, 1966
  12. Gustav Bergmann (Volume 3) by Alexander Hieke, 2004-01-01
  13. BERGMANN, GUSTAV(19061987): An entry from Gale's <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i> by Edwin Allaire, 2006
  14. Gustav Bergmann (Volume 2)

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    Latest Writings and Papers Home Contents Join the Discussion Forum Rationale Interesting Links Feedback Search METAPHILOSOPHY by Thomas H. Thompson 1.

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    Bergmann, Gustav. Carnap, Rudolf. Frank, Philip. Feigl, Herbert. Frege, Gottlob. Frege and Language. Geach, Peter Gellner, Ernest. Goedel, Kurt, Grice, Paul
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      Desired Articles in the History of Analytic Philosophy Strikethrough indicates article in production or already completed.  Suggestions for additions to these lists are appreciated.  Please send suggestions to Analytic Philosophy (overview) Anscombe, G.E.M. Austin, John L. Ayer, A.J. Bergmann, Gustav Carnap, Rudolf Frank, Philip Feigl, Herbert Frege, Gottlob Frege and Language Geach, Peter  Gellner, Ernest Goedel, Kurt, Grice, Paul Historiography of Analytic Philosophy Hospers, John Kraft, Victor Logical Positivism Moore, G.E. (overview) Mundle, W.C.K Neurath, Otto Quine, W.V. Ramsey, F. P. Russell, Bertrand (overview) a. Metaphysics b. Ethics     c. Political Thought        d. Metaphilosophy     e. Epistemology     f. Logic Ryle, Gilbert Sellars, Wilfrid Schlick, Moritz Strawson, Peter Stebbing, L.S. Vienna Circle Waismann, Freidrich Whitehead, A.N. Wisdom, John Wittgenstein, Ludwig British Idealism (overview) Bosanquet, Bernard

    9. Gustav Bergmann
    Gustav Bergmann (May 4, 1906, Vienna – April 21, 1987, Iowa City) was a MEANING AND EXISTENCE by Bergmann, Gustav. $4.50

    10. William Heald On Gustav Bergmann
    Biography and philosophical analysis, by William Heald.
    To: UI Special Collections From Positivism to Realism:
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    WILLIAM HEALD From Books at Iowa 56 (April 1992)
    Gustav Bergmann was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1906. He received his Ph.D in mathematics from the University of Vienna in 1928. Shortly before he received this degree he was invited by Friedrich Waismann to attend a weekly series of meetings of philosophers, scientists, mathematicians and other intellectuals under the guidance of Moritz Schlick, a group that has since become known as the "Vienna Circle" and is generally associated with the philosophical movement known as "'logical positivism". In 1931 Bergmann accompanied Walter Mayer, his dissertation advisor, to Berlin, Germany, where they both worked with Mayer's friend Albert Einstein, assisting him with some of the more complex mathematical aspects of his work in physics. At this time Appointed as a temporary "lecturer" in philosophy in the early 1940s at The University of Iowa, Bergmann was soon made an assistant professor (1944) and by 1950 had become a full professor in both the Philosophy and Psychology departments. In 1967 Bergmann was elected president of the American Philosophical Association and in 1972 became a Carver Professor. Officially retired in 1974, he continued to teach in the Psychology department for two more years and continued to write and do research in philosophy until his death in 1987. As soon as Bergmann had become attached to The University of Iowa he began writing and publishing articles about philosophy. At first, as might have been expected, many of his concerns were with the philosophy of science and scientific method, especially the methodology of psychology. Bergmann's thoroughgoing commitment to the empiricistic methods of the natural sciences coincided exactly with the outlook of the "working" psychologists at The University of Iowa, who believed that the proper method of psychology consisted of observation of behavior and explanation of behavior in terms of stimulus-response mechanisms. Nevertheless, as a philosopher (and not merely a philosopher of science), Bergmann was emphatically not a behaviorist. That is, while he did believe that psychologists must restrict themselves to an examination of the relationships between the value of

    11. Maverick Philosopher: Bergmann, Gustav
    Footnotes to Plato Maverick Philosopher Footnotes to Plato from the foothills of the Superstition Mountains
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    Ontological Analysis in Aristotle and Bergmann: Prime Matter Versus Bare Particulars
    Hardly anyone reads Gustav Bergmann does some of my work for me in a fine paper, "To Gustav Bergmann: A Humble Petition and Advice" in M.S.Gram and E.D.Klemke, eds. The Ontological Turn: Studies in the Philosophy of Gustav Bergmann (University of Iowa Press, 1974, pp. 65-85) I want to focus on Veatch's comparison of Aristotle and Bergmann on the issue of prime matter/bare particulars. As Veatch correctly observes, "all of the specific functions which bare particulars perform in Bergmannian ontology are the very same functions as are performed by matter in Aristotle . . . ." (81) What are these functions? Posted by Bill Vallicella on Tuesday, April 06, 2010 at 04:28 PM in Aquinas and Thomism Aristotle Bergmann, Gustav

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    Gustav Bergmann studied mathematics, law, and philosophy in his native Vienna and participated in the Vienna Circle discussions of logical positivism . After emigrating to the United States in 1938, Bergmann taught in the Departments of Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Iowa for forty years, where his Philosophy of Science (1957) was the basis for a popular undergraduate course of study. Although he shared many of the substantive convictions of his fellow positivists, Bergmann was more keenly aware than most of the metaphysical commitments presupposed within their ways of thinking. Pursuing methods of philosophical analysis derived from those of Moore , the early Wittgenstein , and Carnap , Bergmann sought to resolve philosophical problems by informally discussing the construction of an "ideal language" whose semantic features would indicate the most fundamental structure of reality. Thus, for Bergmann, the basic question of ontology is: what kinds of things must exist in order for us to devise a formal language in which everything can be perspicuously expressed?

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    IV = Bergmann, Gustav V = Baker, Joseph E. VI = Righter, Charles B. VII = Mead, Sidney E. VIII = Borts, Irving H. IX = Kent, Frederick W. X = Maxwell, Baldwin
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    Transcripts for the 46 interviews conducted during 1976-1977 are open and available for review in the Special Collections reading room. They have been numbered in sequence with roman numerals. Tape recordings of some (but not all) interviews were preserved. These are on cassettes and may require additional conservation measures before they are available for listening. Please allow advance notice for audio access, if available. Return to the Resource Guide to Oral History Interviews The following information is noted for each interviewee: Name / Transcript Number / Birth Date/Death Date / Dates of Service to the UI / Position or Department / Audio Files. "NA" = "not available". A list of the transcripts in numerical order follows the list in alphabetical order by name. Baird, A. Craig / Vol. XVIII / 10/20/1883-03/18/1979 / 1925-1952 /Speech / Tapes 1-2 Baker, Joseph E. / Vol. V / 08/24/1905-04/19/1985 / 1935-1974 / European Literature and Thought / No tapes

    16. Gustav Bergmann
    An excerpt from Bergmann s 1967 Logic and Reality, with original pagination.
    From Logic and Reality 1967 by permission of the University of Wisconsin Press
    Synthetic A Priori
    by Gustav Bergmann
    Every true sentence represents a truth or fact. This is the broad use of 'fact'. A true sentence is either analytic or synthetic. An analytic sentence represents a formal fact. Upon the narrow use, which I shall follow, only nonformal facts are facts. That is, only synthetic true sentences represent facts. Many philosophers have tried to establish a dichotomy among facts. The traditional labels are synthetic a priori and synthetic a posteriori . The idea is that the truths called a priori are in some sense intermediate between formal truths, which are facts only in the broader sense, and those which are "merely" a posteriori . I shall express this idea by calling the a priori kind or subclass a core of the class of all facts.Which truths belong to this core? Two answers are extreme. One makes a priori truths into formal truths. The other makes all truths or at least all general truths a priori . I dismiss both extremes. The claims that remain still differ; yet they overlap. The several subclasses, each of which some have claimed to be the core, have a common core. I shall attend only to this common core, save words by dropping 'common'.

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    World War Two Awards description Bergmann Gustav PERSONALIA Name Bergmann, Gustav Date of birth April 28th, 1916 (Seerapppen/Eastern Prussia, Germany)
    BERGMANN, Gustav PERSONALIA Name: Bergmann, Gustav Date of birth: April 28th, 1916 (Seerapppen/Eastern Prussia, Germany) Date of death: August 26th, 1944 (Dorpat, Latvia) Nationality: German RITTERKREUZ DES EISERNEN KREUZES Rank: Obergefreiter der Reserve Unit: Gruppenführer 9. / Infanterie-Regiment 696 Awarded on: October 4th, 1942


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    19. Science As Culture - Metaphilosophy
    Autobiographical essay of a graduate student s experiences in the University of Iowa philosophy program, with a focus on the combined influence of Everett Hall and Professor Bergmann, by Thomas H. Thompson.
    Latest Writings and Papers Home Contents Join the Discussion Forum Rationale ... Search METAPHILOSOPHY by Thomas H. Thompson 1. Introduction philosophy , not what it incidentally says about me. I have three observations: Second, aside from covert personal subtexts, I will offer some reflections on that tired–sounding question, What is philosophy? It is a weaselly question to say the least. Giving an answer to the question already assumes a previous answer and a suppressed system. Hence one responds in bad faith. One of my graduate school mentors, in fact, declared with the perfect conviction he was known for, that even to entertain such questions as "What is philosophy?" shows a wimpy philosophical taste and, additionally, signifies weak philosophical talent. The macho philosopher just does philosophy, sweeping away the nitpickers and lesser breeds outside his law with the sheer force of his oracular pronouncements. There was a second mentor, however, who took such questions rather seriously, having produced a short book on thesubject1. Unfortunately, I am not only in rebellion against the first mentor by dealing sympathetically with metaphilosophy, but also in rebellion against the second. The way I approach metaphilosophy would cause him real grief and in more than one dimension. He would be especially upset at my unabashedly psychologistic posture, since, if I should have learned anything from him, it would be that philosophical questions need to be carefully separated from their psychological, social and historical context in order to deal with them on their own abstracted terms. You might suppose that at my advanced age the weight of the fantasied disapprovals of these two deceased master spirits of the Department of Philosophy at Iowa City would be slim or none.

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