Karl Popper is not, as yet anyway, a household name among the educated, and this fact requires explanation. In this book, Bryan Magee gives a bold, clear outline of Popper's thought which exhibits its systematic unity.
Table of Contents
1. Introductory, 2. Scientific Method- the Traditional View and Popper's View, 3· The Criterion of Demarcation between what is and what is not Science, 4· Popper's Evolutionism and his theory of World 3, 5· Objective Knowledge, 6. The Open Society, 7. The Enemies of the Open Society, Postscript, Bibliography