logical positivism

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the form of empiricism that bases all knowledge on perceptual experience (not on intuition or revelation)

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However, it would be impossible in this regard not to mention Neopositivism, a school of thought with which Geymonat will always be associated.
Although being prolific as a working hypothesis and as a theory on all social manifesttations, Structuralism is guilty, in the author's opinion, of being in fact a refined version of Neopositivism, which underlines the physical dimension of the world and of which it retains only an algebraic and material combinatorial mythology.
More generally, for these writers, the current challenge is less the continuing vitality of neopositivism in social science than the challenge of postmodernist thinking, especially Foucault.
perspective is solidly based on a materialist ontology, methodological individualism, and neopositivism as its epistemological foundation, the European IPE community is considerably more heterogeneous in its theoretical, epistemological and methodological approaches.
The social research is submerged in a terrible crisis of development because it is immersed in the solipsism that the present world-wide structure has imposed to economy, the culture and the academy in general, of all that the proposal of a different way to conceive the time and the space is fresh air to revitalize the disciplines that sink in the abysses of the aim of history and the geographer, the inmovilidad of the nihilism and the comfort of the neopositivism and the posmodernity.
The penetrating critique of the neopositivism of the Vienna Circle, by the two "dissidents," Wittgenstein and Popper, should not be overlooked either.
To use a metaphoric comparison, if one considers the state organisation of the Soviet Union as the Church and Marxist ideological doctrine as the Bible, then revisionism was faithful to the Bible while developing its own interpretations, whereas neopositivism adhered to the Church but with the hope that the Church would sooner or later disappear.