The Open Society and Its Enemies Vol I

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Creative Media Partners, LLC, Aug 24, 2017 - 284 pages

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I'm still in some shock from the utter thrashing that Popper perpetrates upon Plato, maybe the most venerated philosopher in the history of the world. For that alone the book is exceedingly welcome ... Read full review

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