Rudolf Carnap (1891-1970) was a German philosopher, and exponent of logical empiricism (the belief that knowledge is derived from experience).
He was a member of the Vienna Circle who adopted Ernst Mach as their guide. His books include The Logical Syntax of Language in 1934, and Meaning and Necessity in 1956.
He was born in Wup-pertal, Germany, and went to the United States 1935, where he was professor of philosophy at the University of California 1954-1962.
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