Karl Popper, the formative years, 1902-1945

politics and philosophy in interwar Vienna

By Hacohen, Malachi Haim

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978-0-52147-053-7
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Cambridge, U.K. ; Cambridge University Press, 2000.


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Reviewed on August 1, 2000

Karl Popper is famous for his thesis that scientific theories are never confirmed yet can always be falsified and for his blistering attacks on ideologies that lead to tyranny. The two positions form a passionate defense of the individual against bureaucracy. The lone individual, Popper argued, can overturn a powerful scientific theory with a single negative example, while most political ideologies, including those of Marx...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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