Search results for: 'the works'
POPPER, Karl R. The Open Society and Its Enemies.
London : 1947First edition, second impression of this important work by the greatest scientific philosopher of the twentieth century, first published in 1945. In The Open Society and Its Enemies Popper traces, analyses, and refutes theories of historicism, or the idea that history progresses inexorably according to a series of laws. Beginning with Plato, he proceeds... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 136026
POPPER, Karl R. The Poverty of Historicism.
London : 1957First edition of Popper's third book, an extensive attack on historicism, "the doctrine that there are general laws of historical development that render the course of history inevitable and predictable... In The Poverty of Historicism, historicism is formally refuted and attributed to two oppositely mistaken views about the nature of social science.... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 132435
POPPER, Karl R. Conjectures and Refutations.
London : 1963First edition, first impression, of one of the author's most wide-ranging and popular works, gathering together his articles and lectures to chart the growth of scientific understanding, and its influence on history. "The essays and lectures of which this book composed are variations upon one very simple theme - the thesis that we can learn from our... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 143371