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By Sergio L. de C. Fernandes

Kant and Popper. The affmity among the philosophy of Kant and the philosophy of Karl Popper has usually been famous, and so much decisively in Popper's personal reflections on his inspiration. yet during this paintings sooner than us, Sergio Fernandes has given a cogent, accomplished, and tough research of Kant which differs from what we may perhaps name Popper's Kant whereas however exhibiting Kant as greatly a precursor of Popper. The research is without delay conceptual, even if Fernandes has additionally contributed to a singular ancient figuring out of Kant in his reinterpretation; the newness is the true results of meticulous research of texts and commentators, characterised through the author's thorough command of the epistemological concerns within the philosophy of technology within the twentieth century up to by means of his mastery of the Kantian topics of the 18th. evidently, we might need to appreciate no matter if Kant is appropriate to Popper's philosophy of data, how Popper has understood Kant, and to what volume the Popperian Kant has systematically or traditionally been of impression on later philosophy of technology, as noticeable by means of Popper or not.

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