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Volume 2 - Marx as Oracular Philosopher,
This review is from: The Open Society and Its Enemies, Vol. 2: Hegel and Marx (Routledge Classics) (Paperback)
the hegel-part of this book can be skipped but the marx-part is the true jewel of this series and i suspect poppers entire reason to write the open society. as opposed to what some of the other reviewers have said i think popper tried to treat marx fairly as for example, popper disowns rothchilds book on marx which is fare more critical.
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Initial post: 3 Jul 2010 18:25:17 BDT
Chris Hilton says:
Do any of these philosophers have anything to say on spelling, apostrophes, capitals at the beginning of sentences and for names? marx? I can't take people seriously when they can't be bothered to punctuate or use a spellcheck. What does Popper have to say about that?
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