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Popper on Theory Probability, Testability, and Induction

The Logic of Scientific Discovery


Karl Popper was a Philosopher of Science who rejected many popular Positivist positions, positions which actually seemed transient due to the rapid advancement of 20th century science. Popper’s main gripes with the positivist position are mainly three fold.




Today’s relevant science, politics, philosophy, and entertainment through the narrow and flawed senses of a pessimisstic primate and recent B.S. graduate.

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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Writes about science, politics, philosophy, and the spaces that separates us as as species — and occasionally in story form.

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