Karl Popper
Routledge Classics, London, 2011; first published 1945, English
Nonfiction, General
ISBN: 9780415610216

A two-volume validation of democracy, written during World War II, in which Popper criticizes Plato, Hegel, and Marx and examines the link between philosophy and the rise of totalitarian regimes.

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Craig Hodgetts

Popper’s thinking directed me toward an inclusive philosophy in which the values of unrestricted access, transparency, and non-hierarchical structures became embedded in my consciousness and still serve as a moral and intellectual framework for my decisions, both architectural and personal.

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