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At no time was philosophy rooted in this way in the structure of the Austrian state. An Empire which was at best an accidental compromise, a dynastic convenience of the Habsburg family itself, seemed to be lacking in all potential for legitimation on the plane of philosophy IS. The primary legitimacy of the Empire was seen as lying much rather in its role as the last bulwark of Catholic Christianity against the expansionist powers of Russia and Turkey to the east. There is however a further reason for the absence in Austria of a counterpart to German idealist methaphysics.
Chs. 5, 8, and 11. 12 On Schlick's political with Heinrich Neider: opinions see, again, the interview Schlick was a man who had no sympathy at all for politics and the state; he was a liberal in the old sense, for whom the fire brigade and the police were admitted as at best a necessary evil. Otherwise one did not need the state at all. 24) 13 See especially his just-mentioned essay the present paper has been heavily influenced. of 14 Op. 143. 15 See Haller 1986 and the references there given. 16 1986, by which Weiler 1986 is a strong statement of this thesis, and of its implications for an understanding of the peculiarities of Austrian philosophy.
Ukasiewicz and Tadeusz Czezowski, the already mentioned Ludwig Fleck3o , as well as philosophers later closely allied to the Vienna logical empiricist movement such as Tadeusz Kotarbiflski and Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz. Members of the circle around Twardowski were gradually transplanted to Warsaw, where Lesniewski, especially, was dominant, and it was from there that contacts with the Vienna circle were initiated in the spring of 1930 by Alfred Tarski. Carnap in turn visited Warsaw in November 1930.
The Vienna Circle and the Lvov-Warsaw School by Klemens Szaniawski (auth.)