Moritz Schlick, the founder and leader of the Vienna Circle, occupies a position of importance in the history of modern philosophy. Our article is dedicated to memory of the thinker, who tragically died after a plot on him inside the Vienna University in June 1936. Schlick’s enduring contribution to the world philosophy is the fount of logical positivism. He was well prepared to give a new impetus to the philosophical questing of the future of philosophy. This paper offers a description of the foundations of Schlick’s philosophy.
Logic, Logical positivism, M. Schlick, Mathematics, Metaphysics and ways of its criticism, Natural sciences and the method of philosophy, Turn and reconstruction of philosophy