The Significance of Popper's Thought: Proceedings of the Conference 'Karl Popper : 1902-1994', March 10-12 1995, Graduate School for Social Research,

The Significance of Popper's Thought: Proceedings of the Conference 'Karl Popper : 1902-1994', March 10-12 1995, Graduate School for Social Research,

By: Stefan Amsterdamski (volume_editor)Paperback

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From the contents: Towards hones public relations of science (Joseph Agassi).- Between relativism and absolutism: the Popperian ideal for knowledge (Stefan Amsterdamski).- Karl Popper: the thinker and the man (Ernest Gellner).- Popper on prophecies and predictions (Jan Wolenski). skills in writing.

Contents

KARL POPPER'S THREE WORLDS. John WATKINS: World 1, World 2 and the Theory of Evolution. Adam GROBLER: World 3 and the Cunning of Reason. THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD AS ETHICS. Joseph AGASSI: Towards Honest Public Relations of Science. Stefan AMSTERDAMSKI: Between Relativism and Absolutism: the Popperian Ideal of Knowledge. THE OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS PROSPECTS. Ernest GELLNER: Karl Popper - The Thinker and the Man. Jan WOLENSKI: Popper on Prophecies and Predictions.

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  • ISBN13: 9789042000797
  • Format: Paperback, Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 128
  • ID: 9789042000797
  • ISBN10: 9042000791

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