Title:David Rynin papers, 1948-1963
Creator/Contributor:Rynin, David, 1905-, creator, creator.
Consists of materials relating to academic freedom including letters written and received by Rynin and a manuscript draft
of a paper entitled, "Laws of Nature, Positivism and Professor Whitehead."
Rynin, David -- 1905- -- Archives
Rynin, David -- 1905- -- Correspondence
University of California, Berkeley -- Faculty
University of California (1868-1952) -- Faculty
University of California, Berkeley. -- Department of Philosophy -- Faculty
Academic freedom -- California -- Berkeley
Philosophy -- Study and teaching
Philosophy -- Research
Philosophers -- United States
College teachers -- California -- Berkeley
David Rynin papers, BANC MSS 2005/191 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
David Rynin (October 15, 1905 - February 24, 2000) was an American philosopher. He graduated from the University of California,
Berkeley in 1928 and received his Ph.D. in 1932. Rynin taught philosophy and public speaking at U.C.B and is known mostly
as an exponent of logical positivism. He served as president of the Pacific division of the American Philosophical Association
in the years 1956-1957.
Manuscripts for publication.
BANC MSS 2005/191 c v. 1