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  • FCC General Counsel Austin Schlick said in a blog post yesterday that the agency is still "assessing the implications" of the court decision "to ensure that the Commission has adequate authority to execute the mission laid out in the (National Broadband Plan)."

    Court decision could lead to a broadband broadside at the FCC

  • However, before long, and especially in the wake of the imageless thought controversy, doubts were beginning to emerge, in the work of philosophers such as Schlick (1918), Sartre (1936, 1940), Ryle

    His Name Was Do Re Mi

  • Austin Schlick, the FCC's General Counsel and a former Supreme Court clerk to Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, explicitly stated that the agency intends to follow what Schlick called "the Scalia approach" to broadband policy.

    Aparna Sridhar: Internet Showdown: Conservatives v. Justice Scalia

  • In 1922, the mathematician Moritz Schlick was appointed to Ernst Mach's former chair at the University of Vienna. 57 Beginning in 1924, with Schlick's initiative, the Vienna Circle started to meet regularly and discuss their philosophical interests.

    Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna

  • Taussky later recalled that after getting acquainted with the group at this coffee shop, she took a course by Schlick, attended one of his seminars, and even later [attended] the meetings of one of his private circles.

    Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna

  • From 1930 to 1937, Rand worked at the Viennese Psychiatric Clinic and was the only woman whose name was in the protocol list of the Vienna Circle meetings. 59 She was admitted to the group when still a graduate student, something that Schlick did not do often. 60 The core group remained quite exclusive anyway as a personal invitation by Schlick was required to attend.

    Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna

  • “Cassirer, Schlick and ˜structural™ realism: The philosophy of the exact sciences in the background to early logical empiricism.”

    Structural Realism

  • Schlick ([1930] 1979) admitted that experience was fleeting and only provided momentary points of verification rather than any lasting “foundation” one could build knowledge on.

    Operationalism

  • Although he was friendly with some of the Circle's members and shared their esteem for science, Popper's hostility towards Wittgenstein alienated Schlick, and he was never invited to become a member of the group.

    Karl Popper

  • These are aspects of the epistemology of science advanced by the progenitors of positivism -- for example, Mill, Comte, the Vienna Circle, Schlick, Carnap, Hempel -- that I, for one, do accept.

    Components of positivism

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