字母党对《The Open Society and its Enemies, Volume I》的笔记(4)

The Open Society and its Enemies, Volume I
  • 书名: The Open Society and its Enemies, Volume I
  • 作者: Karl Popper
  • 副标题: The Spell of Plato
  • 页数: 432
  • 出版社: Routledge
  • 出版年: 2002-7-11
  • 第13页
    What it owes to scientific method is largely the awareness of its limitations: it does not offer proofs where nothing can be proved, nor does it pretend to be scientific where it cannot give more than a personal point of view.
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  • 第21页
    This emphasis on change, and especially on change in social life, is an important characteristic not only of Heraclitus’ philosophy but of historicism in general.
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  • 第22页
    It often seems as if they were trying to comfort themselves for the loss of a stable world by clinging to the view that change is ruled by an unchanging law.
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  • 第24页
    And being a typical historicist, he accepts the judgement of history as a moral one9; for he holds that the outcome of war is always just10: ‘War is the father and the king of all things. It proves some to be gods and others to be mere men, turning these into slaves and the former into masters ... One must know that war is universal, and that justice—the lawsuit—is strife, and that all things develop through strife and by necessity.’
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