The Foundations of Science and the Concepts of Psychology and
Psychoanalysis was first published in 1956. Minnesota Archive
Editions uses digital technology to make long unavailable books
once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the
original University of Minnesota Press editions. This first volume
of Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science presents some of
the relatively more consolidated research of the Minnesota Center
for Philosophy of Science. The work of the Center, which was
established in 1953 through a grant from the Louis W. and Maud Hill
Family Foundation, has so far been devoted largely to the
philosophical, logical, and methodological problems of psychology.
Some of the twelve papers in this volume are concerned with broad
philosophical foundations; others consider specific problems of
method or interpretation. The contributors, some of whom are
represented in the authorship of more than one paper, are Herbert
Feigl, director of the Center; Rudolf Carnap; B.F. Skinner; Michael
Scriven; Albert Ellis; Antony Flew; L. J. Cronbach; Paul E. Meehl;
R. C. Buck; and Wilfrid Sellars.
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