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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
One of the most prominent Logical Positivists is Alfred Jules Ayer. He is avowedly in closest agreement with the Logical Positivists who compose the “Viennese Circle” under the leadership of Mortiz Schlick, owing most to Rudolf Carnap. His book, “Language, Truth and Logic” has attained classic status as a representative of logical positivist thought. We shall investigate Ayer’s criticism of theological language.
Fischer, Hillman, "The Meaningfulness of Theological Language" (1959). Bachelor of Divinity. 607.
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