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  1. Denken uber die Zukunft: Ein Symposium mit Hoimar von Ditfurth, Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Hans Jonas, Hannes Keller, Hansjurg Mey, Eduard Pestel, Karl Popper, Walther Ch. Zimmerli (German Edition)
  2. Rationalitat und Begrundung: Das Grundlagenproblem in der Philosophie Karl Poppers (Mainzer philosophische Forschungen) (German Edition) by Heinz Weinheimer, 1986
  3. Offene Gesellschaft, offenes Universum: Franz Kreuzer im Gesprach mit Karl R. Popper : aus Anlass des 80. Geburtstages des grossen osterreichischen Philosophen (German Edition) by Franz Kreuzer, 1982
  4. Aesthetic Criteria: Gombrich and the Philosophies of Science of Popper and Polanyi (Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rational) by Sheldon Richmond, 1994-01
  5. Karl Popper's Response to 1938
  6. Mythologie der "kritischen Vernunft": Zur Kritik d. Erkenntnis- u. Geschichtstheorie Karl Poppers (Kleine Bibliothek, Politik, Wissenschaft, Zukunft ; 86) (German Edition) by Kurt Bayertz, 1977
  7. L'inconnu devant soi: Karl Popper et l'angoisse du theoricien moderne (Collection Philosophie, epistemologie) (French Edition) by Nicole-Edith Thevenin, 1991
  8. A Philosophers Apprentice: In Karl Poppers Workshop. (Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism) by Joseph Agassi, 2008-11-22
  9. Bounds of Freedom: Popper, Liberty and Ecological Rationality (Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism, 16) (Series in the ... of Karl R.Popper & Critical Rationalism) by Mahasweta Chaudhury, 2004-08
  10. Karl Popper: A Centenary Assessment : Metaphysics and Epistemology by Unnamed Unnamed, 2006
  11. Karl Poppers kritischer Rationalismus heute. by Jan M. Böhm, Heiko Holweg, et all 2002-07-01
  12. In Pursuit of Truth: Essays on the Philosophy of Karl Popper on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday
  13. Karl Popper: a Centenary Assessment Vol.3: Science
  14. Karl Popper: The Arguments of the Philosophers by Anthony O-Hear, 2010-06-04

61. Ureda - POPPER, Karl
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62. Remembering Karl Popper By Piers Norris Turner
A 2000 reflection on the life of this thinker, by Piers Norris Turner.
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Piers Norris Turner Remembering Karl Popper A reflection on the life of former Hoover fellow Karl Popper, one of the past century’s greatest thinkers.
Karl Popper One person’s life can sometimes tell the story of an entire century. Such is the case with Sir Karl Popper (1902–1994), one of the foremost critics of authoritarianism in the twentieth century, yet also arguably the premier philosopher of science during a century of unparalleled scientific discovery. THE OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS ENEMIES In 1989, the fall of the Berlin Wall brought renewed interest in Popper’s major contribution to political philosophy, The Open Society and Its Enemies . When The Open Society Popper was a fallibilist , one who perceives great error and danger in any theory of knowledge—or regime—that claimed to offer certain truth. In such a system, there would be no incentive to establish social and political structures that promote learning or the free exchange of ideas; truth is already at hand. In the name of historical progress, the regime may then justify the squelching of human freedoms and even atrocities on a grand scale. Consequently, Popper fought against those who claimed to know the historical laws of change, a false doctrine Popper called historicism. Historicist prophecies were a threat to the open society, and, indeed, both nazism and Soviet-style totalitarianism alike produced unimaginable horrors. Despite its success in articulating the inherent threat of Marxism, Popper’s book is not about Soviet Russia or conceived of as a Cold War tome. In fact, Popper developed his ideas just before World War II, in a radically different geopolitical landscape. Yet, soon after it appeared

63. Popper, Karl Raimund (1902–94) : Routledge Encyclopedia Of Philosophy Onlin
popper, karl Raimund (1902–94). Fully updated and revised August 23, 2002. IAN C. JARVIE. popper, karl Raimund (1902–94). popper
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Popper belongs to a generation of Central European ©migr© scholars that profoundly influenced thought in the English-speaking countries in this century. His greatest contributions are in philosophy of science and in political and social philosophy. Popper’s ‘falsificationism’ reverses the usual view that accumulated experience leads to scientific hypotheses; rather, freely conjectured hypotheses precede, and are tested against, experience. The hypotheses that survive the testing process constitute current scientific knowledge. His general epistemology, ‘critical rationalism’, commends the Socratic method of posing questions and critically discussing the answers offered to them. He considers knowledge in the traditional sense of certainty, or in the modern sense of justified true belief, to be unobtainable. After the Anschluss , Popper was stimulated by the problem of why democracies had succumbed to totalitarianism and applied his critical rationalism to political philosophy. Since we have no infallible ways of getting or maintaining good government

64. Popper, Karl Raimund (1902–94) : Routledge Encyclopedia Of Philosophy Onlin
popper, karl Raimund (1902–94). Fully updated and revised August 23, 2002. popper, karl Raimund. In E. Craig (Ed.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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The English translation of The Logic of Scientific Discovery is palimpsestic: while translating it Popper intercalated comments, glosses, developments and corrections in new footnotes and appendices, as well as drafting a supplementary work, the three- volume Postscript of 1982–3. Opinion differs over whether all this is fully consistent. A case in point is ‘The Aim of Science’ section of the Postscript , published already in 1957, which argues that science aims at satisfactory explanations. It centres around a historical example (Galileo, Kepler, Newton), showing how each theory superseded and explained its predecessor. Satisfactory explanation, in addition to being testable, must fulfil other conditions, making it a rather stronger aim than falsifiability, one that may or may not be the same as the aim of science articulated at the end of The Logic of Scientific Discovery , of discovering ‘new, deeper and more general problems’.

65. Karl Popper Philosopher
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POPPER, Sir Karl Raimund (1902-1994) The following pages are designed to provide an introduction to the work of the philosopher Karl Popper. Few philosophers have been so influential in so many diverse fields but his works on the philosophy of science and later in political philosophy are masterpeices of thought and have revolutionised our understanding.
Biography and Views Austrian born British philosopher whose considerable reputation rests on his philosophy of science and his political philosophy. He left Vienna in 1937 and taught philosophy at Canterbury University, New Zealand (1937-1945); and then was reader (1945-1948) and later professor (1949-1969) at the London School of Economics. Associated with the Vienna Circle in his youth and shared their interest in distinguishing between science and other activities. He became critical of their logical positivism and their views on meaning and verification. He did not think that it was possible to approach any philosophical problem by an analysis of language or meaning, nor did he see the success of science in terms of its being more verifiable than other branches of thought like ethics or metephysics. Popper took the opinion that it is impossible to verify or even confirm a universal scientific theory with any positive degree of probability. All that can be done is to disprove a universal theory. Whilst no number of observations can confirm a hypothesis only one observation will refute a hypothesis. Thus was born the concept of

66. Liberal Thinkers
A short biography from the site of Liberal International.
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(Sir) Karl R. Popper
Karl R. Popper was one of the most eminent philosophers of the 20th century, who was primarily concerned with questions of epistemology and methodology. In his book “Logik der Forschung” (Logic of Scientific Discovery) of 1935 he argued that any inductive approach to science was bound to fail, and that all scientific knowledge was hypothetical and could only be critically tested (i.e. refuted, but never be demonstrated) by experience. Later Popper became more and more involved in political philosophy – mainly due to the Nazi-occupation of his native Austria in 1938 and his escape to exile in New Zealand. In his classic book “The Open Society and its Enemies” (1945) he applied his epistemological ideas to social theory. The wholesale political construction of a society (what he called “utopian social engineering”), Popper argued, would inevitably lead to tyranny. Instead, in a liberal society, all progress would depend on step-by-step reform (“piecemeal social engineering”), in which every step could be critically examined and corrected. With this position in mind, Popper launched a devastating (sometime even slightly unfair) attack against some major occidental thinkers – such as Plato, Hegel and Marx -, whose alleged humanitarianism he considered to be more than doubtful. In fact, they were to him prophets of totalitarianism. After WW II Popper became professor at the London School of Economics. Many important liberal thinkers were strongly influenced by his writings, among them Friedrich August von Hayek, Hans Albert and Ralf Dahrendorf.

67. Jacques Maritain Center: Mariano Artigas
Paper by Mariano Artigas. A detailed study of the underlying motivations for popper's approach to epistemological problems.
Jacques Maritain Center: Thomistic Institute
The Ethical Roots of Karl Popper's Epistemology
Mariano Artigas
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      1. The 1919 experiences
      2. The circumstances
      3. The crisis
      4. The consequences
      5. Fallibilism and conjecturalism
      6. Fallibilism and skepticism
      7. The reasons for fallibilism 8. Critical rationalism
      9. Some qualifications of fallibilism 10. The ethical meaning of fallibilism 11. Faith in reason 12. Realism: metaphysical and epistemological
    I am very grateful to the organizers of the annual Thomistic Institute for having invited me to take part in this summer Institute (1). When I read in the invitation that I was supposed, so the letter runs, «to give a lecture on the area of Karl Popper and Aquinas», I realized that the task was not an easy one, even for a person like me who considers himself as a Thomist and has worked for thirty years on the philosophy of Sir Karl Popper. Indeed, it is difficult to find two authors so different as Aquinas and Popper. They differ widely in their religious beliefs, in their interests, in their methods and in their conclusions. Empirical science, which plays a central role in Popper's entire philosophy, was almost nonexistent in Aquinas' times.

68. From Sir Karl Popper:
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(1902-1994) was Professor of Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Among his works are The Spell of Plato and The High Tide of Prophecy: Hegel, Marx, and the Aftermath , the two volumes of The Open Society and Its Enemies (Princeton Paperbacks), The Logic of Scientific Discovery The Poverty of Historicism , and Conjectures and Refutations . The Popper books not all of them have been translated into 37 languages by now. JAS Fallowfield, Manor Road, PENN, Buckinghamshire. July 20th 1961. My dear Doctor Szasz, Thank you very much for sending me your truly admirable book, The Myth of Mental Illness . Although my eyesight makes reading difficult, I found it so fascinating that I read it at one go. It is a most important book, and it marks a real revolution. Besides, it is written in that only too rare spirit of a man who wants to be understood rather than to impress. I feel certain that you will take it as a re- affirmation of my admiration of your great work if I indicate here, though only very sketchily, some criticism. (1) Although you have been very successful in resisting modern fashions of doubtful value, and especially the terrible ephemerally-modern jargon of modern books in this field, I do think that you have [not] entirely escaped from the seductions and temptations of a school of thought which I have dubbed 'instrumentalism' and described in my article on Berkeley in the BJPS IV, 1953, pp. 26 ff. (I have criticized it more fully in my contribution to volume iii of

69. Popper, Karl Raimund
popper, karl Raimund. British philosopher of science, who was born in Austria and became a naturalized British subject in 1945. His
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Or search the encyclopaedia: Popper, Karl Raimund conjectures and refutations , approaching, though never reaching, a definitive truth. For Popper, psychoanalysis and Marxism are unfalsifiable and therefore unscientific. Popper is one of the most widely read philosophers of the 20th century. His book The Open Society and its Enemies (1945) became a modern classic. In it he investigated the long history of attempts to formulate a theory of the state. Animated by a dislike of the views of Freud and Marx, Popper believed he could show that their hypotheses about hidden social and psychological processes were falsifiable. His major work on the philosophy of science is The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1935). Other works include

70. Letter From Karl Popper
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71. MediaMente: Karl Popper
An interview with Sir karl popper, in Italian, with an English summary.
Karl Popper
Born in Vienna 20 July 1902, Karl Raimund Popper was attracted by many intellectual experiences (music, physics, mathematics, politics) and worked for a time at the Alfred Adler children's clinic. In 1928 he graduated in philosophy. After the Nazi occupation of Austria he emigrated to New Zealand where he taught at Canterbury University College of Christchurch. In 1946 he became professor of logic and then of methodology at the London School of Economics. He left the LSE in 1969, after having taught, among others, Feyeraband and Lakatos. In the 1950 Popper was recognised for his research activities: he was named a member of the Royal Society and was knighted in 1965. Emeritus professor of the London School of Economics and Visiting Professor of many other universities, he died in September 1994.
A complete bibliography of Karl Popper can be found in T. E. HANSEN, Bibliography of the Writings of Karl Popper, in P. A. SCHILPP, The philosophy of K. Popper, La Salle, 1974. pp. 1199- 1287. Among his principal works:
  • The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1934).

72. Popper, Karl, Il Razionalismo Critico, A Cura Di Massimo Baldini.
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73. LookSmart - Directory - Sir Karl Popper
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    Biography explains his contributions to the philosophy of science, in particular his ideas about the inductive nature of how science operates.
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    Profiles the life, works, and philosophy of the Anglo-Austrian philosopher. Read about logical positivism, psychology, communism, and fascism.
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  • 74. Martin Gardner "A Skeptical Look At Karl Popper," 2001
    A Skeptical Look at karl popper. ir karl popper, who died in 1994, was widely regarded as England s greatest philosopher of science since Bertrand Russell.
      A Skeptical Look at Karl Popper
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      A familiar example of falsification concerns the assertion that all crows are black. Every find of another black crow obviously confirms the theory, but there is always the possibility that a non-black crow will turn up. If this happens, the conjecture is instantly discredited. The more often a conjecture passes efforts to falsify it, Popper maintained, the greater becomes its "corroboration," although corroboration is also uncertain and can never be quantified by degree of probability. Popper's critics insist that "corroboration" is a form of induction, and Popper has simply sneaked induction in through a back door by giving it a new name. David Hume's famous question was "How can induction be justified?" It can't be, said Popper, because there is no such thing as induction! There are many objections to this startling claim. One is that falsifications are much rarer in science than searches for confirming instances. Astronomers look for signs of water on Mars. They do not think they are making efforts to falsify the conjecture that Mars never had water. Falsifications can be as fuzzy and elusive as confirmations. Einstein's first cosmological model was a universe as static and unchanging as Aristotle's. Unfortunately, the gravity of suns would make such a universe unstable. It would collapse. To prevent this, Einstein, out of thin air, proposed the bold conjecture that the universe, on its pre-atomic level, harbored a mysterious, undetected repulsive force he called the "cosmological constant." When it was discovered that the universe is expanding, Einstein considered his conjecture falsified. Indeed, he called it "the greatest blunder of my life." Today, his conjecture is back in favor as a way of explaining why the universe seems to be expanding faster than it should. Astronomers are not trying to falsify it; they are looking for confirmations.

    75. Karl Popper
    Translate this page popper, karl-Conjecturas e Refutações.Coimbra. Almedina.2000. popper, karl-Sociedade Aberta.Universo Aberto.Lisboa.Pub.Dom Quixote.
    Karl Popper Popper nasceu em Viena. Fez os seus estudos em matemática, física, filosofia, psicologia e história da música. Exerce a actividade de merceneiro e educador de infância. Entre 1935 e 1936, por várias reside em Inglaterra. De 1937 a 1946 ensina Filosofia na Universidade da Nova Zelândia. Regressa depois a Inglaterra, onde prossegue a carreira universitária, em estudos sobre filosofia, lógica e metodologia das ciências. Embora a filosofia de Popper não se esgote na Epistemologia (Teoria sobre o conhecimento científico), foi contudo, neste domínio, que se tornou conhecido, nomeadamente devido à noção de falsificabilidade como critério essencial para a caracterização das teorias científicas. Popper conviveu com o célebre Circulo de Viena, embora nunca tenha aderido. Obras Lógica da Descoberta Científica(1934); A Sociedade Aberta e os seus Inimigos (1945); Conjecturas e Refutações. O crescimento do conhecimento científico (1963); Conhecimento Científico. Um Enfoque Evolucionário (1973); Sociedade Aberta.Universo Aberto (1982); Para um Mundo Melhor (1989).etc. Edições e Comentários Popper

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    79. Popper, Karl - Bright Sparcs Biographical Entry
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    Sir, FRS Philosopher Born: 28 July 1902 Vienna, Austria. Died: 17 September 1994. Popper was Professor of logic and scientific method at the London School of Economics 1949-69. His first two big works were "The Logic of Scientific Discovery" and "The Open Society and its Enemies". Career Highlights Born 28 July 1902. Died 17 September 1994. Knighted 1965, Companion of Honour 1982. Left school at 16, did manual work, enrolled at the University of Vienna. Coached American students. Learnt cabinet-making 1922-24, then did social work with neglected children. Enrolled at the Pedagogic Institute in 1925, became a school teacher. Wrote "Logic der Forschung", which made his reputation as a philosopher. Spent time in England during 1935-36, meeting leading philosophers and lecturing at the London School of Economics. Senior lecturer in philosophy, Canterbury University College, New Zealand 1937-44, reader, London School of Economics 1945-49, Professor of logic and scientific method 1949-69. Structure based on ISAAR(CPF) - click here for an explanation of the fields Prepared by: Rosanne Walker
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    80. GI Deutsche Bücher In Griechischer Übersetzung - Karl R. Popper - Biografi
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    • Geboren am 28. Juli 1902 als Sohn eines j¼dischen Rechtsanwaltes, der zum Protestantismus ¼bertrat. 1918 schreibt sich Popper als Gasth¶rer an der Wiener Universit¤t ein, wo er neben Mathematik und Physik auch Philosophie, Musik und Psychologie studiert. 1919 schlieŸt Popper sich f¼r kurze Zeit den Kommunisten in Wien an. Als er sich in StraŸenk¤mpfe verwickelt sieht, in dem kommunistische und (unbewaffnete) sozialistische Arbeiter ihr Leben verlieren, ist er entsetzt ¼ber die Polizeibrutalit¤t. Doch dieses Schl¼sselerlebnis bewirkt auch seine Abwendung von der kommunistischen Ideologie, da er sich (wie er in seiner Autobiographie "Unended Quest" schreibt) als Marxist mitverantwortlich f¼hle f¼r die Gewalteskalation, die Marx selbst als Taktik des Klassenkampfes angebe.

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