Two of the manuscript collections were edited and published. The first, Labor and Value , edited and introduced by Cyril Levitt and the late Rod Hay, was published in ; the second, Noetics , edited, introduced and prefaced by Cyril Levitt, in Lawrence Krader was trained in philosophy at the City College of New York, the University of Chicago and Columbia University in the late thirties and early forties and received his doctorate from Harvard University in anthropology in He is best known for his empirical research and writings on the peoples of Central Asia and as the editor of The Ethnological Notebooks of Karl Marx. He never lost interest, however, in his first academic subject, philosophy, and the Festschrift , published in his honour on the occasion of his 75 birthday, aptly bears the title: Ethnohistorische Wege und Lehrjahre eines Philosophen [Ethno-historical Paths and Years of Apprenticeship of a Philosopher]. Noetics , is largely a philosophical work which covers important topics in a variety of fields including, aesthetics, anthropology, history of philosophy, linguistics, literary theory, mathematical logic, philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, psychology and sociology.
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Wiener and mathematical logic and linguistics with Alfred Tarski. In , he also studied logic with Rudolf Carnap and ethnology with Franz Boas. During this time, he developed an interpretation of human evolution which stimulated him to leave philosophy, and commence an intensive study of the nomadic peoples of Central Asia, becoming a fellow of the Far Eastern Institute at the University of Washington in Seattle. His new research interests probably also owed something to meeting Karl Wittfogel in whom he helped with research and Russian translations, and his contact with Karl Korsch. In Krader traveled for the first time to outer Mongolia. From to Krader received finance for his research project on the evolution of the state and nomadism from the National Science Foundation. For his study of the roots of the theory of evolution in the 19th century he received support from the International Institute of Social History Amsterdam during