Philosophy and the real world: an introduction to Karl Popper

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Open Court, 1985 - Philosophy - 120 pages
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Review: Philosophy and the Real World: An Introduction to Karl Popper

User Review  - Sophia - Goodreads

Liked it, but will probably be struggling with the concepts presented for months (or years) to come. Science books really aren't my forte; I really struggled with this book. But I managed to finish it, and I guess that's what counts. Read full review

Review: Philosophy and the Real World: An Introduction to Karl Popper

User Review  - Goodreads

Liked it, but will probably be struggling with the concepts presented for months (or years) to come. Science books really aren't my forte; I really struggled with this book. But I managed to finish it, and I guess that's what counts. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
65
Section 3
75
Section 4
117

About the author (1985)

Brian Magee is a noted philosopher, writer, critic, and broadcaster. His publications include Men of Ideas (1982), The Great Philosophers (1988), and (with Martin Milligan) On Blindness (1995). He has held visiting fellowships at Yale and Oxford Universities, among others. He has been Honorary
Senior Research Fellow in the History of Ideas at King's College, London since 1984, and he is an Honorary Fellow at Keble College, Oxford.

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