writings on ludwig mises
sleeping giant of the twentieth century
'I greatly admired my cousin, Eric Schiff, for his being one year older than I, for his tidiness and, especially for his good looks, gifts which I always regarded as important and unattainable".
Popper had quite a lot to say about education, mostly in scattered comments and notes. This is a collection of his statements on various aspects of that topic
A Master's thesis exploring the Popperian response to the uncertainty of experimental testing and the underdetermination of theories.
Ian Jarvie has recently published a potentially revolutionary account of the "social" or "conventional" turn in Popper's work. This review argues that Jarvie's work helps to elucidate the unity of Popper's thought in natural science, the social sciences, politics and moral discourse.
A remarkable paper, published in 1942, anticipating Popper's usage of the terms "open society" and "closed society". Clearly this was an independent development, and there is no suggestion that Popper's usage derives from Auden.
For Very Busy People
The Open Society and its Enemies Commentary
Conjectures and Refutations Commentary