Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (4):499-508 (2005)

Raphael Sassower
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Joseph Agassi's themes in this piece relate to the importance of science and technology in the modern world, the interaction between science and technology, the interrelation between science and culture, the political dimension of science in a democracy, the improvement on the Popperian project in the methodology of science (shifting gears to pluralistic critical rationalism), and the philosophical elements that inform science as well as being informed by science. Key Words: science • scientism • methodology of science • Popper • Agassi • methodological pluralism • critical rationality • science and democracy.
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