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(too many) barn owl, locrian, burning star core, kikiyama
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No, it's logical positivism: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logical_positivism
It has a basis in rationalism, which is merely that everything could be done through deduction.
It's not like analytic philosophy magically appeared, it was a gradual transition, which is why earlier I also pointed out the time frame distinction playing a role. The more mathematically minded continental philosophers like leibniz and descartes generally had fairly analytic arguments, but that wasn't always the case, and it's not in the same vain as frege, wittgenstein, russell or carnap.
My advice is to read descartes, kant, and leibniz, and then read kripke, wittgenstein, and frege and you'll get a better grasp of the distinction.