Cold Turkey - kicking the habit of justification (Review of Critical Rationalism: A Restatement and Defence) [Book Review]

New Scientist (1939) (1994)
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Ray Scott Percival
London School of Economics
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Keywords Critical Rationalism  David Miller  Karl Popper  Philosophy of Science
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