Berlin Circle  

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The Berlin Circle (Template:Lang-de) was a group that maintained logical empiricist views about philosophy.


Berlin Circle was created in the late 1920s by Hans Reichenbach, Kurt Grelling and Walter Dubislav and composed of philosophers and scientists such as Carl Gustav Hempel, David Hilbert and Richard von Mises.

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