Kantian Roots of Karl Popper’s Scientific Methodology
PAITLOVÁ, J. Kantian Roots of Karl Popper’s Scientific Methodology. Groningen (Nizozemsko), 2018.
|Anglický název:||Kantian Roots of Karl Popper’s Scientific Methodology|
|Autoři:||Mgr. Jitka Paitlová Ph.D. ,|
|Abstrakt EN:||The paper explains the background and some important issues of Kant influence on thought of young Popper. Popper himself admits that he used to think that his criticism of the Vienna Circle was simply the result of having read Kant, and of having understood some of his main points. In this respect, all scholars concerned in Popper’s early work – like Alexander Naraniecki (2010, 2014) or Malachi Hacohen (1998) – agree that an essential key to decrypt his intellectual development lies in Poppers first large work The Two Fundamental Problems of the Theory of Knowledge. The paper is focused on traditional influences and it presents Popper’s early theory of knowledge in context of inspirations from the classical philosophical approaches – classical rationalism and empiricism as well as Kant’s transcendental idealism.|