Karl Popper's Problem Of Induction In The 20th Century

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Karl Popper is one of many greatest philosophers of the science world of the 20th century . He was not only a philosopher of science but also socially and politically , he was quite critical and if he felt like a theory does not add up he will argue and correct it so it will be made logical .Popper was reasonable and realistic when it came to theory 's he was an enthusiastic man of science and also in human activities .When Popper was a young man he went to a Realgymnasium (a secondary school for young boys to help them go to university in the future ) , there he was not happy at all with how they wear teaching him , he went ill and that caused him to stay at home for a quite a time , In the year 1918 he went to attend the university of Vienna but , sadly young Popper did not enroll in the university by talking an examination for another extra four years . The most important year of his extraordinary life is in 1919. Popper as a lover of politics became in awe of it that year , he started learning about it , For a small time Popper became a Marxist. In this essay I will discuss how Popper solves the problem of induction as posed by hume in many different out comes . I will examine what are the reasons and why did Popper disagree to humes Problem of Induction and why Popper wants to solve the problem .
The original problem of induction can be made in simple terms . It concerns the support or validation of basic ways and means , ways that are expected or infer , in

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