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The Open Philosophy and the Open Society A Reply to Dr. Karl Popper's Refutations of Marxism

The Open Philosophy and the Open Society - Maurice Cornforth - Régikönyvek
The Open Philosophy and the Open Society - Régikönyvek The Open Philosophy and the Open Society - Régikönyvek The Open Philosophy and the Open Society - Régikönyvek The Open Philosophy and the Open Society - Régikönyvek
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Kiadó:
Lawrence and Wishart
Kiadás éve:
1968
Kiadás helye:
London
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
396
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 14.00cm, Magasság: 21.50cm
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CONTENTS

PART ONE: TOWARDS AN OPEN PHILOSOPHY

CHAPTER I : THE SCIENTIFIC CHARACTER OF page
MARXISM
I. Marxism in Wonderland 17
2. Is Marxism Falsifiable? i8
3. Fundamentals of Marxist Social Theory 23
4. Docs Marxisin Allow Logical Contradictions? 31
5. Dialectical Materialism and Scientific Method 36

CHAPTER 2: THE MATERIALIST APPROACH 42
1. Matcrialism versus Idealism 42
2. Thc Case against Idealism 47
3. Thc Case for Materialism

CHAPTER 3: THE MEANING OF DIALECTICS 6o
I. Dialectics versus Metaphysics 6o
2. Materialist Dialectics 67
3. The Concrete Analysis of Concrete Conditions 73
4. The Dialectical Materialist Theory of Knowledge 81
5. Reinforced Dogmatism Reinforced 88

CHAPTER 4: THE NECESSITY OF DIALECTICS 97
I. The Science of Interconnections 97
2. The Unity of Opposites
3. The Test of Dialectical Matcrialism
4. The Philosophy of Identity 121

PART TWO: PREMISES FOR POLITICS

CHAPTER I: HISTORICISM AND HISTORICAL 129
PREDICTION
I. The Doginatism of Historicism 129
2. Men Makc their own History 133
3. Historical Prediction 137
4. Prediction, Probability and Inteni 143
5. Nccessity and Inevitability 151
6. Science and Utopia 159


t .1. THE OPEN PH1LOSOPHY AND THE OPEN SOCIETY
CHAP•Iqt 2: SCIENCE APPLIED TO POLITICS 164
t, Problems of Social Science 164
2, Social Science and Politics 172
3. Conduct and Aims of Marxist Political Parties 178

CHAPTER 3: THE CRITIQUE OF CAPITALISM 188
i. Has Capitalism Disappeared? 188
2. 'The Labour Theory of Value 192
3. Surplus Valuc and Exploitation of Wagc-Labour 198
4. Thc General Law of Capitalist Accumulation 204

CHAPTER 4: SOCIAL REVOLUTION AND SOCIAL 215
ENGINEERING
I. The Socialist Revolution 215
2. Social Engineering 222
3. Reform and Revolution 227

CHAPTBR 5: THE INSTITUTION OF POLITICAL 232
POWER
I. Institutions 232
2. Institutions and Classcs 239
3. Classes and Political Power 245
4. The Executive Power of the State 253
CHAPTER 6: THE BATTLE OF DEMOCRACY 258
I. The Definition of Democracy 258
2. Public Control and Class Control 265
3. Political and Economic Power 271
4. Socialist Dernocracy 274

PART THREE: TOWARDS AN OPEN SOCIETY
CHAPTER 1: EQUALITY 281
I. Equality of Rights 281
2. Equality and the Abolition of Classcs 287

CHAPTER 2: FREEDOM 292
I. Freedom. and Restriction of Freedom 292
2. Freedom, Rights and Security 299
3. Freedom. from. Exploitation 304
4. Freedom and Ncccssity 312
s. Thc Mcans and Opportunitics for Individual Freedom 319


CONTENTS 13
CHAPTER 3: THE OPEN SOCIETY 325
r. The Closed and the Open Society 325
2. The Way Into the Open Society 328
3. Responsibility, Individual and Collective 336

CHAPTER 4: COMMUNISM 343
I. The Rationality and Practicality of Coannunism 343
2. Social Imphcations of Modern Techniques 345
3. The Communist Programme 352
CHAPTER 5: THE TRANSITION TO COMMUNISM 360
i. Democratic Socialist Planning 36o
2. Front Socialism to Cominunism 368
CHAPTER 6: THE OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS ENEMIES 373
1. Communism and Anti-Communism 373
2. Against Violence, for Just Laws, for Individual Rights 375
3. The Rationalist Belief in Reason 383
INDEX: 391


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