A Tangled Web of Guesses

 Posted by on 14 April 2002 at 2:14 pm  Uncategorized
Apr 142002

Although I mentioned this essay in passing in my previous blog entry, I’d like to give a hearty endorsement to Nicholas Dykes’ monograph-length essay A Tangled Web of Guesses: A Critical Assessment of the Philosophy of Karl Popper. It is perhaps the best analysis of a mainstream philosopher from an Objectivist perspective that I’ve ever read. (Of course, Dykes knock-down arguments don’t just apply to Popper, but also to the similar ideas in Kant and Hume and others in the history of philosophy.)

Hooray for good philosophy!

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