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  1. Carl Gustav Hempel (Oranienburgo, 8 de janeiro de 1905 — Princeton, Nova Jérsei, 9 de novembro de 1997) foi um escritor e filósofo alemão. Ele foi uma figura importante no empirismo lógico , um movimento do século XX na filosofia da ciência.

    • Alemanha, Estados Unidos
    • Estados Unidos
    • 9 de novembro de 1997 (92 anos), Princeton Township
    • 8 de janeiro de 1905, Oranienburg
  2. Carl Gustav " Peter " Hempel (January 8, 1905 – November 9, 1997) was a German writer, philosopher, logician, and epistemologist. He was a major figure in logical empiricism, a 20th-century movement in the philosophy of science. Hempel articulated the deductive-nomological model of scientific explanation, which was considered the ...

  3. 10 de set. de 2010 · Carl G (ustav) Hempel (1905–97), known as “Peter” to his friends, was born near Berlin, Germany, on January 8, 1905. He studied philosophy, physics and mathematics at the Universities of Göttingen and Heidelberg before coming to the University of Berlin in 1925, where he studied with Hans Reichenbach.

  4. Carl Gustav Hempel (1905—1997) Carl Hempel, a German-born philosopher who immigrated to the United States, was one of the prominent philosophers of science in the twentieth century. His paradox of the ravens—as an illustration of the paradoxes of confirmation—has been a constant challenge for theories of confirmation.

  5. 25 de fev. de 2023 · Carl Gustav Hempel (Oranienburgo, 8 de janeiro de 1905 — Princeton, Nova Jersey, 9 de novembro de 1997), foi um escritor e filósofo alemão cuja abordagem rigorosamente empírica da lógica científica esteve no centro da escrita acadêmica americana sobre a filosofia da ciência por várias décadas. O Dr. Hempel, chamado Peter ...

  6. 4 de jan. de 2024 · Carl Gustav Hempel German-born American philosopher, formerly a member of the Berlin school of logical positivism, a group that viewed logical and mathematical statements as revealing only the basic structure of language, but not essentially descriptive of the physical world.