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LANGUAGE, TRUTH AND LOGIC

LANGUAGE, TRUTH AND LOGIC

By A. J. AYER
Read by Michael Lunts
6 hours 43 minutes

Michael Lunts

The front cover of the second edition of Language, Truth and Logic carried this statement in capital letters: ‘THE CLASSIC TEXT WHICH FOUNDED LOGICAL POSITIVISM – AND MODERN BRITISH PHILOSOPHY.’ It was a bold statement, but the book, first published in 1936 when A. J. Ayer was just 25 and a lecturer on philosophy at Christ Church, Oxford, drew unstinting praise from leading figures in the field, including Bertrand Russell. Continue Reading →