By Niccolò Machiavelli
L'Art de los angeles guerre, publié en 1521, occupe une position singulière dans l'oeuvre de Machiavel. Présenté sous l. a. forme d'un discussion, l'ouvrage surprend par son esprit peu machiavélique. Les considérations tactiques y côtoient les propos consacrés aux nécessités matérielles de los angeles guerre (recrutement, armement...), orchestrant avec subtilité une réflexion sur le pouvoir. Quelles limites l. a. politique impose-t-elle à l'art de l. a. guerre ? remark définir l'autorité ? Ce sont là quelques-unes des questions soulevées par Machiavel qui puise ici ses modèles chez les Anciens. En grand stratège, il omet parfois de répondre. Mais los angeles guerre est une affaire si sérieuse qu'il faut peut-être savoir los angeles manier avec ironie.
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In Göttingen he studied physics and mathematics with Ludwig Boltzmann, Felix Klein, and David Hilbert and wrote his dissertation there, On the Criteria for the Stability of the Movement of a Material Point and Their Relevance to the Principle of the Smallest Effect, in 1906. Four years later he wrote his habilitation thesis about The Principle of Relativity in Mechanics and Electrodynamics in Vienna. ) 1965; Frank 1949a, 1952, 1979; Vienna Circle Foundation Amsterdam/Haarlem (WKA/VCF), Holton 2006.
This is what the second part of my study aims to achieve. The way through which the cognition of objective reality becomes possible is to be found in the way of the cognition of the theory. This is the third main point of this study: that the method of our cognition of reality determines the theory. , rational, we can arrive at an objective reality. Objective reality is conceived as that which establishes the logicality of experienced reality, which explains it; and its existence has to be presupposed if the latter is to be logically comprehensible at all.
The independent, yet ultimately convergent position of the young Viktor Kraft8 may also be mentioned in connection with the origins of Logical Empiricism. Even though, according to the sources consulted thus far, he does not appear to have belonged to the original discussion circle, Kraft’s theoretical and practical contribution to scientific philosophy at the university and to adult education in Vienna constituted a further building block for the development of the scientific world conception in the period between the two world wars.