Milton Friedman meets Karl Popper, talks philosophy of science

From a good interview with Milton Friedman from 1992:

“One of the major benefits that I personally derived from the first meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society in 1947 was meeting Karl Popper and having an opportunity for some long discussions with him, not on economic policy at all, but on methodology in the social . . . → Read More: Milton Friedman meets Karl Popper, talks philosophy of science

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Jack Birner, “From Group Selection to Ecological Niches:  Popper’s Rethinking of Evolution in the Light of Hayek’s Theory of Culture” in Rethinking Popper, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science,  Volume 272, Springer Netherlands,  2009, Part II, pp. 185-202.  University of Trento — Department of Sociology, University College Maastricht, Piazza Venezia 41, Trento, 38100, Italy . . . → Read More: New Articles

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