The Logic of Scientific Discovery

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, 1959 - Philosophy - 479 pages
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When first published in 1959, this book revolutionized contemporary thinking about science and knowledge. It remains the one of the most widely read books about science to come out of the twentieth century.

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User Review  - Katie Echols - Goodreads

I just love Karl Popper! I love the point of this book (though it is quite repetitive after the first 50 pages). I think it is important to note that Popper disliked the way Marxism was abusing ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cris - Goodreads

An elegant although highly idealistic response to Hume's problem of induction. Popper is interested in reclaiming the objectivity of science, and while it's not obvious he succeeds, he writes with ... Read full review

Contents

Preface to the First Edition 1934
13
Preface to the English Edition 1958
15
PART I
25
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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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