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Popper's Open Society After Fifty Years


Fifty years ago, Routledge took a chance on a bulky manuscript by an unknown thinker, that, it turned out, made a decisive contribution to liberal thought--that book was "The Open Society and its Enem



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Popper's Open Society After Fifty Years


Fifty years ago, Routledge took a chance on a bulky manuscript by an unknown thinker, that, it turned out, made a decisive contribution to liberal thought--that book was "The Open Society and its Enem