Tag Archives: Karl Popper

Book Review: Wittgenstein’s Poker

Wittgenstein’s Poker:  The Story Of A Ten-Minute Argument Between Two Great Philosophers, by David Edmonds & John Eidinow Calling Wittgenstein a great philosopher would appear to be a highly charitable view given his terrible sense and fondness for oracular statements.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Logic Of Scientific Discovery

The Logic Of Scientific Discovery, by Karl Popper This book is certainly a serious one and one that is well worth reading, but it is a different sort of book than one might expect.  After all, Popper is a man … Continue reading

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Book Review: All Life Is Problem Solving

All Life Is Problem Solving, by Karl Popper In reading a book like this one has to temper one’s expectations.  Typically when a great philosopher or writer dies, there are a lot of essays and generally unread speech transcripts and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Open Society And Its Enemies: 2: Hegel And Marx

The Open Society And Its Enemies:  2:  Hegel And Marx, by Karl Popper It is a great shame that my local library system does not have the first volume of this collection stocked but only the second, but as someone … Continue reading

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