Paul Feyerabend, 1924-1994. He was born and did his early studies in Vienna, Austria; later he emigrated to the United States. Known as a pluralist and opponent of Karl Popper's philosophy of science. His most noted works were written in English.
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Against Method (1975)
Concluding chapter of the book in which the philosopher's argues for the fact that anything can be science.
Biographical and expository essay from the Stanford Encyclopedia, by John Preston.
Wikipedia: Paul Feyerabend
Brief biographical essay, ideas and bibliography in the free encyclopedia.
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