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The Open Society and its Enemies By Sir Karl Popper

The Open Society and its Enemies
by Sir Karl Popper

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The Open Society and its Enemies: Volume II: The High Tide of Prophecy: Hegel, Marx and the Aftermath by Sir Karl Popper

Bertrand Russell described this study, with its companion volume on Plato, as a work of first-class importance. Karl Popper writes with extreme clarity and vigour. Platonic history will never be the same again.

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Table of Contents


VOLUME 2: THE HIGH TIDE OF PROPHECY, The Rise of Oracular Philosophy, Chapter 11. The Aristotelian Roots of Hegelianism, Chapter 12. Hegel and The New Tribalism, MARX'S METHOD: Chapter 13. Sociological Determinism, Chapter 14. The Autonomy of Sociology, Chapter 15. Economic Historicism, Chapter 16. The Classes, Chapter 17. The Legal and the Social System, MARX'S PROPHECY: Chapter 18. The Coming of Socialism, Chapter 19. The Social Revolution, Chapter 20. Capitalism and Its Fate, Chapter 21. An Evaluation, MARX'S ETHICS: Chapter 22. The Moral Theory of Historicism, THE AFTERMATH: Chapter 23. The Sociology of Knowledge, Chapter 24. Oracular Philosophy and the Revolt against Reason, CONCLUSION: Chapter 25. Has History any Meaning?, Notes, Addenda (1961, 1965), Index of Names, Index of Subjects.

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The Open Society and its Enemies: Volume II: The High Tide of Prophecy: Hegel, Marx and the Aftermath by Sir Karl Popper
Sir Karl Popper
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
1968-03-31
428
0415051347
9780415051347
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