Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul
A critical account of popper's basic tenets, emphasizing his scepticism and arguing that his attempts to circumvent it are undermined by his initial stance. the systematic nature of popper's thought is illustrated by showing the connections between his views on knowledge, science, falsifiability, probability, society, evolution and the self. there is also an extended analysis of popper's 'three world' thesis.
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