Some Problems of the Scientific-Philosophical Theory of Truth II. Truth as a Unity of the Objectivity and Relativity of Knowledge
Russian Studies in Philosophy 21 (4):33-58 (1983)
The subjectivist-agnostic interpretation of the category of truth, which we examined in Part One, on "critical rationalism," has deep epistemological roots. Hence, Lenin's analysis of the epistemological intentions of "physical" idealism, which emerged at the end of the last century, is fully applicable to a description of the epistemological falsification of Karl Popper and his followers
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