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Разделы каталогаArhiivuРазделы каталога2014Разделы каталогаNoumeru 16Объекты каталогаŠovašša huavotettu lapšuuš КомментарийRe: Šovašša huavotettu lapšuuš Основные параметрыПоле H1Re: Šovašša huavotettu lapšuuš Свойства комментарияСообщениеOlen lukenut Popperia jousks kauan sitten. Hiukan minulle tulee mieleen ette4 filosofi-mike4-filosofi, vaikka arvostan kylle4 Popperia. Ilman muuta ne4en te4sse4 avoimen yhteiskunnan ajatuksessa ensi sijaisesti hyve4e4.IDA:n laittamassa Burke-linkisse4 sanottiin jotain mike4 ehke4 sopii Popperinkin abstrahointiin:Burke argued that the French Revolution would end disastrously, because its abstract foundations, purportedly rational, ignored the complexities of human nature and society. Further, he focused on the practicality of solutions instead of the metaphysics, writing 'What is the use of discussing a man's abstract right to food or to medicine? The question is upon the method of procuring and administering them. In this deliberation I shall always advise to call in the aid of the farmer and the physician, rather than the professor."TM:n laittamassa linkisse4 kerrottiin, ette4 George Soros, a student of Karl Popper, has argued that the sophisticated use of powerful techniques of deception borrowed from modern advertising and cognitive science by political operatives such as Frank Luntz and Karl Rove casts doubt on Popper's original conception of Open Society.[9] Because the electorates' perception of reality can easily be manipulated, democratic political discourse does not necessarily lead to a better understanding of reality.[10] Soros argues that besides the requirements for the separation of powers, free speech, and free elections, we also need to make explicit a strong commitment to the pursuit of truth.Olen samaa mielte4 totuuden etsimiseen sitoutumisesta.Eikf6 Popperin ajattelussa te4me4 ole tulevaisuuden ne4kemiste4 suljettuna eike4 avoimena:Popper argues that the ideas of individuality, criticism, and humanitarianism cannot be suppressed once people become aware of them, and therefore that it is impossible to return to the closed societyToisaalta en te4ysin ehke4 ke4yte4nnf6sse4 allekirjoita site4, ette4 ideaali on ette4 [in] an open society ... individuals are confronted with personal decisions" as opposed to a "magical or tribal or collectivist society". In this context, tribalistic and collectivist societies do not distinguish between natural laws and social customs. Individuals are unlikely to challenge traditions they believe to have a sacred or magical basis. The beginnings of an open society are thus marked by a distinction between natural and man-made law, and an increase in personal responsibility and accountability for moral choices.Дата публикацииTue, 23 Dec 2014 00:14:31 +0300Автор