The Monist Current Issue 101 (4):363-366 (2018)

A. W. Carus
Cambridge University
This issue of The Monist on Carnap’s metaphilosophy is another clear demonstration that Carnap’s career, nearly half a century after his death, is far from over. The scope of Carnap studies continues to broaden into new fields, incorporating more aspects of his thought and bringing it to bear on more aspects of philosophy. And more of his previously unpublished and unknown writings continue to appear; this is the third special issue of a journal in the past year or so that includes hitherto unpublished texts by Carnap himself.1 1 I am also pleased that this issue of The Monist extends from the very early Carnap to the very late Carnap.2 2
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