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Karl Popper is one of the greatest and most influential philosophers of the twentieth century. Perhaps his greatest book, The Logic of Scientific Discovery, sets out his epistemology of critical rationalism, while his most famous book, The Open Society and Its Enemies, applies the principles of critical rationalism to social philosophy. Herbert Keuth?s book (first published in German in 2000) is a systematic exposition of Popper?s philosophy covering in part 1 the philosophy of science, in part 2 the social philosophy, and in part 3 the later metaphysics, in particular the theses to solve indeterminism/determinism and mind/body problems, and the famous idea of a third world of objective thought. This book is more comprehensive than any current introduction to Popper. Its perspicuous structure and lucid exposition should ensure that it could be used in courses in both the philosophy of science and the philosophy of social science. Contents "Preface List of abbreviations Table of cases 1. Introduction 2. Interpretation of texts 3. Legal personality 4. Membership and representation 5. Non-judicial organs of organizations 6. Acts of non-judicial organs: their legal effect 7. Acts of non-judicial organs: the doctrine of ultra vires 8. Judicial organs 9. The internal law: employment relations 10. Privileges and immunities 11. Financing 12. Responsibility to and of international organizations 13. The liability of member states vis-a-vis third parties 14. Amendment of constitutions 15. Dissolution and succession 16. The peaceful settlement of disputes Index." Printed Pages: 576. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 11767
Titel: Principles of the Institutional Law of ...
Verlag: Cambridge University Press
Auflage: 2nd edition.