Después de La sociedad abierta

Spanish translation of collected social and political writings of Karl R. Popper from during and after WWII. In them, Popper criticizes teleological historicism and accuses Plato, Hegel and Marx of totalitarianism for their use of historicism to underpin their philosophies. At the same time, he defends the open society, which he identifies with a liberal democracy and which he considers the only form of government that allows institutional improvements without bloodshed.

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Editor: 
Paidós
Year of publication: 
2010
Language: 
Spanish.