Gustav Bergmann, 1906-1987. A member of the Vienna Circle of positivist thought, Bergmann later emigrated to the United States. He served as a Philosophy and Psychology professor at the University of Iowa. Bergmann's later works turned from philosophy of science to metaphysics, specifically realism and ontology.
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Brief discussion of the life and works of Gustav Bergmann, by Garth Kemerling.
Science as Culture: Metaphilosophy
Autobiographical essay of a graduate student's experiences in the University of Iowa philosophy program, with a focus on the combined influence of Everett Hall and Professor Bergmann, by Thomas H. Thompson.
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