Karl Popper

Philosophy Out in the Cold, Sheldon Richmond

Author Information: Sheldon Richmond, Independent Researcher Richmond, Sheldon. “Philosophy Out in the Cold.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 7, no. 4 (2018): 33-40. The pdf of the article gives specific page references: Shortlink: https://wp.me/p1Bfg0-3Wi   John McCumber’s book, The Philosophy Scare:… Read More ›

Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of ‘Democratic Problem-Solving’, Justin Cruickshank, Part 2

Author Information: Justin Cruickshank, University of Birmingham, j.cruickshank@bham.ac.uk Cruickshank, Justin. “Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of Democratic Problem-Solving.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 12 (2017): 25-38. Please refer to: Bacevic, Jana. “Solving the Democratic… Read More ›

Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of ‘Democratic Problem-Solving’, Justin Cruickshank, Part 1

Author Information: Justin Cruickshank, University of Birmingham, j.cruickshank@bham.ac.uk Cruickshank, Justin. “Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of Democratic Problem-Solving.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 12 (2017): 25-38. Please refer to: Bacevic, Jana. “Solving the Democratic… Read More ›

The Problem of Demarcation Isn’t Going Away: On the Legitimation of the Social Sciences in Light of Popper, Cruickshank, and Reed, Raphael Sassower and Seif Jensen

Author Information: Raphael Sassower, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, rsassowe@uccs.edu; Seif Jensen, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, sjensen4@uccs.edu Sassower, Raphael and Seif Jensen. “The Problem of Demarcation Isn’t Going Away: On the Legitimation of the Social Sciences in Light of… Read More ›