Philosophy of the Social Sciences 40 (3):552-564 (2010)

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Joseph Agassi
York University
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This book is largely unpublished material from Popper’s literary remains regarding his The Open Society and Its Enemies that conveys some interesting stories about its publication and initial reception, throws light on its message, and complements it somewhat. It also contains much that Popper hardly discussed elsewhere
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