Criticism, Justification, and Learning

Open versus closed minds and the transformation of universities from places of education into places of indoctrination. A one-page summary.
Keywords Karl Popper  criticism  open mind  closed mind  learning  freedom of expression  free speech  justification  critical thinking  education
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