Popper’s serious Rationalism offers Popper’s perspectives on technological know-how, wisdom, and inquiry, and examines the importance and tenability of those in gentle of modern advancements in philosophy of technology, philosophy of chance, and epistemology. It develops a clean and novel philosophical place on technological know-how, which employs key insights from Popper whereas rejecting different components of his philosophy.
Central theses include:
- Crucial questions on medical approach come up on the point of the gang, instead of that of the individual.
- Although feedback is key for technological know-how, dogmatism is critical too.
- Belief in medical theories is permissible even within the absence of facts of their favour.
- The target of technology is to do away with fake theories.
- Critical rationalism might be understood as a kind of advantage epistemology