Conjectures and refutations: the growth of scientific knowledge

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1962 - Methodology - 412 pages
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User Review  - Mafu Goonbag - Goodreads

Admittedly I only read a few of the essays at the start, but enjoyable reading. His writing style is not so difficult as many philosophy texts with each chapter (after intro) being potentially stand alone and written in the style of a lecturer orating for a class. Read full review

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User Review  - Jarrett Kyoma - Goodreads

Not for the lay reader. Read full review

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Contents

On the Sources of Knowledge and of Ignorance
3
CONJECTURES
33
The Nature of Philosophical Problems and their Roots
66
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Popper is deceased. He is widely acclaimed as one of the greatest philosophers and most influential thinkers of our time.

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