This study offers an introduction to the life and work of Karl Popper; it charts the development of Popper's philosophy and shows his unfailing political commitment to humenism and enlightenment. At the center of Popper's thought stands rationality and a strong belief in the power of human mind to change things for the better. Rationality thus serves as a guide both in his philosophical considerations and for his political views.
|Numero di pagine||210|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 1997|
- contemporary philosophy