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Popper's Open society after fifty years : the continuing relevance of Karl Popper

Author: I C Jarvie; Sandra Pralong
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A coherent survey of the reception and influence of Karl Popper's masterpiece The Open Society and its Enemies over the fifty years since its publication in 1945.

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Genre/Form: Congresses
Named Person: Karl R Popper
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: I C Jarvie; Sandra Pralong
ISBN: 0415290678 9780415290678
OCLC Number: 50851993
Notes: Revised papers presented at a conference held in 1995 at the Central European University, Prague, Czech Republic.
Originally published: 1999. With a new pref.
Description: xx, 217 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Personal recollections of the publication of The open society / E.H. Gombrich --
The future is open: a conversation with Sir Karl Popper / Adam J. Chmielewski and Karl R. Popper --
The Open society and its enemies: authority, community, and bureaucracy / Mark A. Notturno --
Popper and Tarski / David Miller --
Popper's ideal types: open and closed, abstract and concrete societies / Ian Jarvie --
The sociological deficit of The Open society, analyzed and remedied / John A. Hall --
A whiff of Hegel in the Open society? / John Watkins --
The problem of objectivity in law and ethics / Christoph von Mettenheim --
Minima moralia: is there an ethics of the open society? / Sandra Pralong --
What use is Popper to a practical politician? / Bryan Magee --
The Polish Church as an enemy of the open society: some reflections on the post-communist social-political transformations in Central Europe / Andrzej Flis --
Life after liberalism / Adam J. Chmielewski --
The notion of the modern nation-state: Popper and nationalism / Joseph Agassi --
Is there causality in history? / Cyril Höschl --
Matching Popperian theory to practice / Fred Eidlin.
Responsibility: edited by Ian Jarvie and Sandra Pralong.
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