Topic: Ramsey Sentences
Ramsey sentences are formal logical reconstructions of theoretical propositions attempting to draw a line between science and metaphysics. A Ramsey sentence aims at rendering propositions containing non-observable theoretical terms clear by substituting observable terms. They were introduced by the logical empiricist philosopher Rudolf Carnap.
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