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Subseries 2. Carnap Material, 1952-1991

Scope and Content Notes:

Carnap and Jeffrey had been close friends and collaborators since Jeffrey studied and received his Master's Degree under Carnap at the University of Chicago. The documents in this subseries reflect this close personal and professional relationship, mainly in form of correspondence with Carnap and his wife Ina, as well as exchanges of drafts and research notes. Carnap often included Jeffrey in his exchanges with other individuals, therefore numerous letters are carbon copies of Carnap's correspondence with others. Also featured are writings on Carnap authored by Jeffrey and others.

The folders are arranged in chronological order, followed by undated material.


Box 9
Folder 1 Carnapiana: Drafts, Notes Correspondence with or on Carnap, 1952-1973
Folder 1 B Carnapiana: Drafts, Notes Correspondence with or on Carnap, 1952-1973
Folder 2 Copies of Correspondence with Carnap regarding Jeffrey's PhD Thesis, 1957
Folder 3 Copies of Revised and Edited Drafts of Carnap's Schilpp Autobiography, 1958
Folder 4 Copies of Revised and Edited Drafts of Carnap's Schilpp Autobiography, 1958
Folder 5 Copies of Revised and Edited Drafts of Carnap's Schilpp Autobiography, 1958
Folder 6 Copies of Revised and Edited Drafts of Carnap's Schilpp Autobiography, 1958
Folder 7 Carnap's Comments on Jeffrey's Ms. "On Changing One's Betting Function" and Handwritten Notes by Carnap and Jeffrey, 1958
Folder 8 Carnap Correspondence, 1958-1981
Folder 9 Carnap Correspondence, 1958-1981
Folder 10 Carnap's Comments on Jeffrey Manuscripts and Letters by Jeffrey, 1960-1962
Folder 11 Goodman's Query: Letter by Jeffrey to Carnap, 1966
Folder 12 Studies in Inductive Logic and Probability : Jeffrey-Carnap Collaboration, Drafts and Notes, 1968-1976
Folder 12 B Studies in Inductive Logic and Probability : Jeffrey-Carnap Collaboration, Drafts and Notes, 1968-1976
Folder 13 Studies in Inductive Logic and Probability : Jeffrey-Carnap Collaboration, Drafts and Notes, 1968-1976
Folder 14 Studies in Inductive Logic and Probability : Jeffrey-Carnap Collaboration, Drafts and Notes, 1968-1976
Folder 14 B Studies in Inductive Logic and Probability : Jeffrey-Carnap Collaboration, Drafts and Notes, 1968-1976
Folder 15 Letter by Carnap to Haim Gaifman, 1970
Folder 16 Translation and Publication of Carnap's Early Essays: Correspondence with Cambridge University Press and Hanna Carnap-Thost/Arthur Benson, 1988-1991
Folder 17 Jeffrey-Carnap Correspondence: Editing Project with Open Court, 2002

Box 10
Folder 1 Carnap Material Used for Teaching: Typescripts "On Protocol Sentences" and Translation of Carnap's "'ber Protokolls'tze", undated
Folder 2 "Carnap and His Friends: The Career of Logical Positivism", Phil 531
Folder 3 Copies of Carnap Articles "Über Protokollsätze", and "Truth and Confirmation"