Karl Popper: Life and time, and values in a world of facts

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Ian Charles Jarvie, Karl Milford, David W. Miller
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1 Ιαν 2006 - 295 σελίδες
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Sir Karl Popper (1902 1994) is one of the most controversial and widely read philosophers of the 20th century. His influence has been enormous in the fields of epistemology, logic, metaphysics, methodology of science, the philosophy of physics and biology, political philosophy, and the social sciences, and his intellectual achievement has stimulated many scholars in a wide range of disciplines. These three volumes of previously unpublished essays, which originate in the congress Karl Popper 2002 held in Vienna to mark the centenary of Popper's birth, provide an up-to-date examination of many aspects of Popper's life and thought. Volume I discusses a variety of topics in Popper's early intellectual history, and considers also some features of his remarkable influence outside philosophy. The second part of the volume contains papers that, from different political perspectives, tackle problems raised by Popper's principal contribution to political theory, democracy and community, The Open Society and Its Enemies.
  

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Περιεχόμενα

Karl Popper und die Philosophie im 20 Jahrhundert
17
Hunting for Roots of Viennese Philosophy
57
Leonard
83
A Tour of Poppers Vienna
125
More than just a Name?
139
Popper and Nationalism
157
The Enlightenment Programme and Karl Popper
177
The Resonance of his
191
Karl Poppers RevisionistRealist Theory of Democracy
217
Ethical and Political
231
Towards a New Theory of the Closed Society
251
Karl Poppers Third Way Public Policies for Europe and
273
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