Karl Popper Critical Rationalism Analysis

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Critical rationalism: this is Poppers theory of knowledge, in which it is explained in few steps for a clearer understanding. Firstly knowledge is about noticing a problem, once the problem has been noticed there has to be something done to solve it this means brainstorming different solutions to solve the problem, this solution will be criticized until only one solution remains to solve the problem further.
To understand better Popper’s theory I separated the words and looked at their different meaning. CRITICAL-judgements, criticism of something, RATIONALISM-the view that regards reason as chief source and test of knowledge, when this words are combined they mean criticism of knowledge. () explains the background of critical rationalism, he explains that this theory is described better in Karl Popper’s book called The Open Society and its Enemies. Popper use this abbreviation for critical rationalism (CR). CR is an approach of holding on a person’s ideas that are open to critical discussion, being open to suggestions and improvements or corrections that needs to be made. The CR approach consist of three principles, the first one is about the thesis of human beings that can be wrong about their scientific information and still holding on to their incorrect error, the second one is criticism-judging,
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The first one explains that critical rationalism views learned task as a process leading to growth of objective knowledge. Second characteristic preserves that the activities begins from the recognition of the attempt to solve intellectual problems. The third one distinguishes between the three worlds of knowledges and their conceptual vocabularies. Lastly it is the theoretical analysis of CR is nomalist. The characteristics explains the advantage of CR, there is explanation or reason for everything. The disadvantage- reasons and explanations are not always

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