- vienna: n. 维也纳〔奥地利首都〕。
- circle: n. 1.圆；圆周；圈；环；环状物。 ...
- a night in vienna: 维也纳之夜
- Philosophical ideas of frege , russell and early wittgenstein ; vienna circle ' s view points
- On the one hand , his knowledge background of natural sciences has entrusted to his philosophy the deep foundation of experience and fairly strong convincingment , so his ideology is regarded as transcending the category of traditional philosophy ; on the other hand , his ideology is the direct ideological origin of the vienna circle , and the birth and development of logical empiricism both have close relation with mach ' s ideology on element and the elemental monism
The Vienna Circle (in ) was an association of philosophers gathered around the University of Vienna in 1922, chaired by Moritz Schlick, also known as the Ernst Mach Society (Verein Ernst Mach) in honour of Ernst Mach. Among its members were Gustav Bergmann, Rudolf Carnap, Philipp Frank, Hans Hahn, Tscha Hung, Victor Kraft, Karl Menger, Richard von Mises, Marcel Natkin, Otto Neurath, Olga Hahn-Neurath, Theodor Radakovic, Rose Rand and Friedrich Waismann.