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SPEECHES AND WRITINGS I, 1928-1986

Scope and Contents note

Conference papers, drafts of books, essays, notes, reviews, speeches, and related correspondence, arranged chronologically
 

Unidentified writings, n.d.

Box: 1, Folder 1-6

General

Box: 2, Folder 1-15

General

Folder 16-24

Fragments

Box: 3, Folder 1-36

Fragments

Box: 459, Folder 1-2

Fragments

Box: 3, Folder 37

Miscellaneous pages

Box: 4, Folder 1

"An Alternative Proof that Probability Is Now Ampliative," Holograph n.d.

Folder 2

"Animal Alphabet," Holograph and typescript n.d.

Folder 3

"The Arrow of Time," Typescript of chapter for a book n.d.

Folder 4

"Axiom Definition," Holograph n.d.

Folder 5

"An Axiom System for Intuitionist Probability," Holograph n.d.

Folder 6

"Axiome, Definitionen, und Postulate der Geometrie," Typescript (2 bound volumes) n.d.

Folder 7

"Bemerkung zum komplementaritatsproblem der Quantenmechanik," Typescript n.d.

Folder 8

"Bemerkungen uber Sprachtheorie und ihre Geschichte," Holograph n.d.

Folder 9

"Bemerkungen zum sogenannten Problem der Willensfreiheit," Typescript n.d.

Folder 10

"Bleen is Projectible," Holograph n.d.

Folder 11

"Bohr Copenhagen Interpretation," Typescript outline n.d.

Folder 12

"Boole's Philosophy of Logic," Typescript n.d.

Folder 13

"C-Axiom System," Holograph n.d.

Folder 14

"Can There Be a Quantum Logic?" Holograph n.d.

Folder 15

"Cardinal Numbers in New Foundation," Holograph n.d.

Folder 16

"Causal Completeness," Holograph n.d.

Folder 17

"Causality," Holograph n.d.

Folder 18

"Clouds, Clocks, and Organisms: An Essay on Causation and Propensity," Holograph outline n.d.

Folder 19

"Comments on Quantum Mechanics," Typescript n.d.

Folder 20

"The Construction of Shortest Random-Like Sequences of Degree n" (with L. R. B. Elton), Typescript n.d.

Folder 21

"A Contradiction Between Special Relativity and the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics," Holograph n.d.

Folder 22

"A Conversation between Karl R. Popper and Jean-Pierre Vigier," Typescript n.d.

Folder 23

"Counterexamples to a Proof of Clauser and Horne" (with Thomas D. Angelidis), Typescript n.d.

Folder 24

"Determinism and Indeterminism," Holograph outline n.d.

Folder 25

"Dismembering (Dismantling) the Philosophy of Meaning," Holograph outline and notes n.d.

Folder 26

"Do Ampliative Probabilistic Inferences Exist?" Holograph n.d.

Folder 27

"The End of Materialism," Holograph outline n.d.

 

Essay volumes, (apparently Projected compilations of selected writings n.d. 1970s and 1980s).

Box: 5, Folder 1

General

 

Untitled volumes

Folder 2

Preface; Science: Problems, Aims, Responsibilities; Optimist, Pessimist, and Pragmatist Views of Human Knowledge; Physics and Philosophy; Plato; Historical Explanation

Folder 3

The Bucket and the Searchlight; In Search of Enlightenment; The Status of Science; A Note on the Theory of the Cold War; The Open Society and the Democratic State

Folder 4

Evolutionary Epistemology

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Gunter Wachtershauser); On the Nutritive Origin of Vision; Remarks on 'Place of Mind in Nature'; The Place of Mind in Nature
Folder 5

The Influence of Einstein on My View of Science; Julius Kraft; A Brief Remark on the Theory of the Cold War; A Political Postscript on the Central Problem of the Cold War; The Open Society and the Democratic State

Folder 6

Of Clouds and Clocks; A Realist View of Logic, Physics, and History; Evolution and the Tree of Knowledge; Epistemology Without a Knowing Subject; On the Theory of the Objective Mind; Professor Popper's Seminar On Seeing Red, ; The Myth of the Framework; Models, Instruments, and Truth 1969 January 7

Folder 7

A Paradox of Zero Information; Extract from Logic without Assumptions; On the Status and the Methods of Science; The Open Society and the Democratic State

 

"Einstein"

Folder 8

Holograph outline and notes

Folder 9

Typescript miscellaneous pages

Folder 10

"Four Essays on Social Philosophy." Notes

 

"How I See Philosophy"

Box: 6, Folder 1

How I See Philosophy

Folder 2

Indeterminism Is not Enough

Folder 3

Einstein's Influence on My View of Science

Folder 4

The Status of Science: A Broadcast to Russia

Folder 5

Science: Problems, Aims, Responsibilities; Epistemology and Industrialization; Emancipation Through Knowledge

Folder 6

Creative Self-Criticism in Science and in Art

 

"In Search of Enlightenment: Essays in the Philosophy of Science and of Politics." Preface; Science: Problems, Aims, Responsibilities; Optimist, Pessimist, and Pragmatist Views of Scientific Knowledge; Physics and Philosophy; The Bucket and the Searchlight; In Search of Enlightenment; The Status of Science; A Note on the Cold War; The Open Society and the Democratic State; Einstein's Influence on My View of Science; Julius Kraft, ; Epistemology and Industrialization; Historical Explanation: An Interview; Models, Instruments, and Truth: The Rationality Principle in the Social Sciences 1898-1960

Folder 7

General

Folder 8

Typescript

 

"Lady Popper's Essay Volume"

Folder 9

Philosophy and Physics

Folder 10

The Revolution in Our Idea of Knowledge

 

"The Myth of the Framework" (also entitled "Emancipation through Knowledge" and "On History and Society")

 

General

Box: 7, Folder 1

Notes and table of contents

Folder 2

Correspondence

Folder 3

Working copy

Folder 4-5

Emancipation through Knowledge

Folder 6-8

The Myth of the Framework

Box: 8, Folder 1-2

The Pluralist Approach to the Philosophy of History

Folder 3-4

Epistemology and Industrialization

Folder 5-6

Science: Problems, Aims, Responsibilities

Folder 7-8

The Moral Responsibility of the Scientist

Folder 9

Models, Instruments and Truth

Folder 10

The Logic of the Social Sciences

Folder 11

Reason or Revolution

Folder 12

The Frankfurt School

Folder 13

The Rationality of Scientific Revolutions

 

"Philosophy and Physics" (also entitled "Realism and Physics")

Box: 9, Folder 1

General

 

Notes

Folder 2

General

Folder 3

Dictated to Jeremy F. G. Shearmur

Folder 4

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Includes queries and suggestions
Folder 5

Tables of contents

Folder 6

Preface

Folder 7-12

Philosophy and Physics

Folder 13-14

Science: Problems, Aims, Responsibilities

Folder 15-19

Quantum Mechanics without 'The Observer'

Folder 20-23

The Propensity Interpretation of the Calculus of Probability, and the Quantum Theory

Folder 24-26

The Propensity Interpretation of Probability

Box: 10, Folder 1-4

Particle Annihilation and the Argument of Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen

Folder 5-7

Quantum Theory, Quantum Logic and the Calculus of Probability

Folder 8-10

Birkhoff and von Neumann's Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Folder 11-13

Indeterminism in Quantum Physics and in Classical Physics

Folder 14-15

On the Objectivity of the Arrow of Time and the Current Theory of Entropy

Folder 16-17

Time, Probability and Indeterminism

Folder 18-19

Discussion Remarks from a Symposium

Folder 20

Normal Science and Its Dangers

Folder 21-22

The Moral Responsibility of the Scientist

Box: 11, Folder 1-3

Appendices: On the Probabilistic Theory of Induction. Probability Magic or Knowledge out of Ignorance; On Carnap's Version of Laplace's Rule of Succession; The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Reply to Professors Jeffrey and Bar-Hillel; A Comment on Miller's New Paradox of Information; A Paradox of Zero Information; On Rules of Detachment and So-Called Inductive Logic; Theories, Experience, and Probabilistic Intuitions; Creative and Non-Creative Definitions in the Calculus of Probability

Folder 4

Bibliography

Folder 5

"A Pluralist Approach to (the Philosophy of) History." Theories of Knowledge: The Bucket and the Searchlight; Three Idols of Empiricism: Precision - Definition - The Senses and Their Data; A Pluralist Approach to the Philosophy of History; Eine objektive Theorie des historischen Verstehens; Historical Explanation; Die Logik der Sozialwissenschaften; Models, Instruments, and Truth; Epistemology and Industrialisation; In Search of Enlightenment; The Status of Science; The Open Society and the Democratic State; A Note on the Cold War; Reason or Revolution. Outline for a suggested volume sent to Arne F. Petersen on 1971 May 21

 

"Social Science/Social Philosophy" (also entitled "Philosophy of Science and of Politics")

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Historical Explanation

Folder 8

Julius Kraft

Folder 9

Optimist, Pessimist, and Pragmatist Views of Scientific Knowledge

Folder 10

A Note on the Cold War

Folder 11

The Open Society and the Democratic State

 

"Wie ich die Philosophie sehe" (intended for publication in Reclam ). Das Sokratische Nichtwissen; Wie Ich die Philosophie sehe; Wissenschaft und Kritik; Der Einfluss philosophischer Probleme auf die Physik der Materie; Wissenschaftliche Reduktion und die essentielle Unvollstandigkeit der Wissenschaft; Die Rationalitat wissenschaftlicher Revolutionen; Der relativistische Mythos; Woran glaubt der Westen?; Utopie und Gewalt; Selbstbefreiung durch das Wissen

Folder 12

Typescript

Folder 13

Proofs

Box: 12, Folder 1

"Ethical and Methodological Individualism," (probably 1960s or early 1970s). Speech given in the United States. Typescript n.d.

Folder 2

"Explanation and Prediction," Speech. Holograph and typescript (also entitled "Natural Laws and Theoretical Systems" and "Laws of Nature and Theoretical Methods") n.d.

 

"Extensionality," (probably 1940s). See also Notes while developing a theory of natural deduction n.d.

Folder 3

"Extensionality in a Rudimentary Boolean Algebra" (Paper No. 1). Notes, outlines, and typescript

Folder 4

"Completeness and Extensionality of a Rudimentary Boolean Algebra" (Paper No. 2). Notes and typescript

Folder 5

"Postulates for Boolean Algebra" (Paper No. 3). Notes and typescript

Folder 6

Foreword to unidentified book, Holograph (in German) n.d.

Folder 7

"A Formal Proof that Universal Laws of Nature Have Zero Probability," Holograph n.d.

Folder 8

"Francis Bacon's Theory of Science," Typescript n.d.

Folder 9

"Freedom and Truth," Speech fragment. Holograph and typescript n.d.

Folder 10

"A General Theory of Inference," Holograph. n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes on interpretations
Folder 11

"'Gewohnheit' und 'Gesetzerlebnis' in der Erziehung: Eine Padagogisch-strukturpsychologische Monographie," Typescript n.d.

Folder 12

"Historicism and the Treason of the Intellect," Holograph n.d.

Folder 13

"Hypothesis and Confirmation: Fundamentals of Scientific Research," Typescript (translated by J. H. Woodger) n.d.

Folder 14

"The Idea of an Ampliative Probabilistic Inference," Holograph outline n.d.

Folder 15

"The Illusion of Probabilistic Induction," Holograph n.d.

Folder 16

"In Defense of Classical Physics," Typescript n.d.

Folder 17

"Induction," Holograph notes n.d.

Folder 18

"The Inquiring Mind," Typescript outline n.d.

Folder 19

"The Insignificance of Definitions," Holograph n.d.

Folder 20

"The Interpretation of Bell's Inequality and of the Aspect's Experiments," Holograph n.d.

Folder 21

"Is the Human Will Free?" Holograph n.d.

Folder 22

"Is there a Quantum Logic?" Holograph n.d.

Box: 13, Folder 1

"Joske's Two Problems," Typescript n.d.

Folder 2

"Knowledge Without Belief," Typescript speech n.d.

Folder 3

"The Left-Hand Side of the Clauser and Horne Inequality: An Attempt to Localize a Mistake," Holograph n.d.

Folder 4

"Library," Holograph notes n.d.

Folder 5

"Logic Derivations," Typescript n.d.

Folder 6

"Natural Deduction and Sheffer Strokes," Holograph n.d.

Folder 7

"A New Axiomatization of Probability," Holograph n.d.

Folder 8

"A New Basis for General Semantics and General Syntax," Holograph. n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Includes a footnote about semantical categories
Folder 9

"A New Model for One Mind-Body Problem," Typescript n.d.

Folder 10

"Nichtwissen, Glaube, und Hoffnung," Holograph n.d.

Folder 11

"Niels Bohr," Holograph n.d.

Folder 12

"A Note on Carnap's 'Formalization of Logic'," Holograph notes and typescript. n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes entitled "Generalized Lattices and Modal Logic"
Folder 13

"A Note on Evolution," Typescript n.d.

Folder 14

"A Note on Four Interpretations of the Quantum Formalism," Typescript n.d.

Folder 15

"A Note on Inductivism and the Ceteris Paribus Clause," Typescript n.d.

Folder 16

"Note on Schrodinger for Irreversibility Paper," Typescript n.d.

 

Notes, (approximate dates given when known). Holograph unless otherwise stated n.d.

Folder 17-23

Miscellaneous

Box: 459, Folder 3

Miscellaneous

Box: 13, Folder 24

On Sigmund Freud

Folder 25

On Germany and nuclear war, after Typescript 1979.

Folder 26

On induction

Folder 27

On memory

Folder 28

On prime numbers

Folder 29-34

On probability (and induction)

Folder 35

On the probability calculus (and induction), 1980s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes two versions of holograph fragment
Folder 36

On Putnam's analogy thesis and on the Haldane argument

Folder 37

On rationality.

Scope and Content Note

Includes translation by Karl Popper of part of Paul Bernays' letter of 1975 January 27
Folder 38

On realism

Folder 39

On time

Folder 40

On the work of Carnap or Tarski

Folder 41

While developing a theory of natural deduction, Holograph and typescript notes and fragments. This material eventually went into the following publications: "Why are the Calculuses of Logic and Arithmetic Applicable to Reality?" "New Foundations for Logic," "Logic without Assumptions," "Functional Logic without Axioms or Primitive Rules of Inference," "On the Theory of Deduction," and "The Trivialization of Mathematical Logic" 1940s.

Box: 14, Folder 1

"Objective and Subjective Probability," Typescript n.d.

Folder 2

"On a Crucial Form of the Original Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment," Holograph n.d.

Folder 3

"On Probability and Induction," Holograph n.d.

Folder 4

"On Relative Logic," Holograph n.d.

Folder 5

"On Some Measures of Independence," Holograph n.d.

Folder 6

"On the Descriptive Function of Language," Holograph n.d.

Folder 7

"On the Impossibility of Universal Induction," Notes, holograph, and typescript n.d.

Folder 8

"On the Logic of Negation," Typescript n.d.

Folder 9

"On the Logic of Quantum Mechanics," Notes and holograph n.d.

 

"On the Power of the Probability Calculus to Solve the Problem of Induction," n.d.

Folder 10

Holograph

Folder 11

Typescript

Folder 12

"On the Relation of Explanation to Description," Typescript n.d.

Folder 13

"On the Role of Critical Arguments in Science and in Philosophy," Typescript n.d.

Folder 14

"On the So-Called Rule of Succession," Holograph n.d.

Folder 15

"On the Symmetry and Consistency of the Special Theory of Relativity," Typescript n.d.

Folder 16

"On the Theory of almost Rabid Inference, or p(a,b) = 1," Holograph n.d.

Folder 17

"The Origin of the Subjectivist Interpretation of the Mathematical Theory of Probability," Holograph n.d.

Box: 15, Folder 1

"Philosophical Analysis and the Economic Relation," Typescript n.d.

Folder 2

"Philosophie," Typescript n.d.

Folder 3

"Philosophy and the Sciences," Holograph n.d.

Folder 4

"Philosophy, Science, and Art," Notes and incomplete typescript n.d.

Folder 5

"The Physical Theory of the Nothing," Holograph n.d.

Folder 6

"Pluralism in Physics: A Pluralistic Universe," Holograph n.d.

Folder 7

"Postscript to Ulrich Hoger's Article," Holograph. n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Ulrich Hoger's article, entitled "Statistical Foundations of Wave-Mechanics"
Folder 8

"Pragmatism vs. Theoreticism," Holograph n.d.

Folder 9

"The Present Problem of Knowledge," Holograph n.d.

Folder 10

"Probabilistic Independence and Confirmation or Corroboration: Reply to the Preceding Note" (originally entitled "Probability and Confirmation or Corroboration: Answer to Preceding Note"), Holograph and typescript n.d.

Folder 11

"Probabilistic Independence and Corroboration by Empirical Tests," Typescript n.d.

Folder 12

"Probability, Causation, and So-Called Subjunctive Conditionals," Holograph and typescript n.d.

Folder 13

"Probability of a Theory," Holograph n.d.

Folder 14

"The Probability of Laws and the Laws of Probability," Holograph n.d.

Folder 15

"The Problem of Inductive Support," Holograph n.d.

Folder 16

"The Problem of Superposition - of the Phase," Holograph n.d.

Folder 17

"Problems, Insoluble and Soluble," Notes and outlines. See also "Philosophy and the Sciences" and "Structure and Status of Scientific Theories" n.d.

Folder 18

"Proof of Euclid's Theorem 'There Does Not Exist a Greatest Prime Number'," Typescript n.d.

Folder 19

"Die Prufbarkeit von statistischen Hypothesen," Typescript n.d.

Folder 20

"Pure Science: Its Motives and Objectives," Broadcast conversation with Professor P. Percival. Typescript n.d.

Folder 21

"Quantum Theory and Action at a Distance," Holograph n.d.

Folder 22

"Radical Nominalism," Notes, holograph, and typescript n.d.

Folder 23

"Raum und Zeit," Holograph n.d.

Folder 24

"Reason, Freedom, and Society," Speech. Notes, holograph, and typescript n.d.

 

"A Refutation of Determinism," n.d.

Folder 25

Notes

Folder 26-29

Holograph (in part typescript)

Box: 16, Folder 1-2

Typescript (in part holograph)

Folder 3

"A Refutation of Idealism, Phenomenalism, and Positivism," Speech, Moral Sciences Club, Cambridge, England. Holograph n.d.

Folder 4

"Relative Theory of Systems," Holograph n.d.

Folder 5

"A Remark on Carnap's Version of Laplace's Rule of Succession," Typescript n.d.

Box: 459, Folder 4

Remarks made in a discussion of an address by Willard Van Orman Quine, Typescript n.d.

Box: 16, Folder 6

"Revolution and Continuity in Science," Typescript n.d.

Folder 7

"La Science est-elle un bien public?" Typescript speech n.d.

Folder 8

"The Sciences Natural and Physical: What Is Science?" Typescript speech n.d.

Folder 9

"Seeing Red," Holograph n.d.

Folder 10

"Shortest Absolutely Random Sequences," Holograph n.d.

Folder 11

"Significance and Limits of Demarcation," Holograph outline n.d.

Folder 12

"The Significance of the Reflexive Paradoxes," Holograph n.d.

Folder 13

"Simply Independent Postulates for Boolean Algebra" (Paper No. 1), Notes and typescript n.d.

Folder 14

"Some Comments on Truth and the Growth of Knowledge," Typescript n.d.

Folder 15

"Some Fundamental Problems of the Theory of Probability," Three lectures held at the Imperial College, London, England. Typescript n.d.

Folder 16

"Some Remarks on Recent Philosophy," Typescript n.d.

Folder 17

Speech in defense of science and mathematics, and against the attack on "the great tradition," Holograph (in German) n.d.

Folder 18

Speech on the history of some problems of physics, Holograph n.d.

Folder 19

Speech on the philosophy of science (within the framework of a course entitled "Recent Developments in Contemporary British Philosophy"), Typescript n.d.

Folder 20

Speech on the probability calculus, (probably 1980s). Holograph of first two paragraphs n.d.

Folder 21

Speech on the theory of knowledge and on the philosophy of history, Typed transcript n.d.

Folder 22

Speech on various theories of artistic creativity, Typescript n.d.

Folder 23

"A Statistical Experiment to Determine the Michelsonian Ether-Drift," Typescript n.d.

Folder 24

"The Status of the Principle of Equivalence and of Mach's Principle in General Relativity," Typescript n.d.

Folder 25

"Structure and Status of Scientific Theories," Typescript n.d.

Folder 26

"Three (Complexes of) Ideas of Political Philosophy," Holograph n.d.

Folder 27

"Three Proofs of the Non-Existence of Inductive Probability," Speech. First page of holograph n.d.

Folder 28

"Towards a Liberal Theory of Public Opinion," Typescript remarks designed to provide material for debate at a conference of Liberals n.d.

Folder 29

"Towards a Local Explanatory Theory of the Einstein- Podolsky-Rosen-Bohm Experiment" (with Thomas D. Angelidis), Typescript n.d.

Folder 30

"Two Kinds of Induction," Holograph fragment (pages n.d. 1-6)

Folder 31

"Uber die empirische Methode und den Begriff der Erfahrung," Typescript n.d.

Folder 32

"The Vitality of Maxwell's Demon," Holograph and typescript n.d.

Folder 33

"A World without Natural Selection but with Problem Solving," Holograph n.d.

Folder 34

"Das Ziel der Naturwissenschaft," Typescript n.d.

Box: 17, Folder 1

"Zur Methodenfrage der Denkpsychologie," Ph.D. dissertation, Universitat zu Wien, Vienna, Austria. Typescript 1928.

 

"Ein Kriterium des empirischen Charakters theoretischer Systeme," Erkenntnis, 1932-1933

 

German version

Folder 2

Typescript

Box: 459, Folder 5

Printed copy

Box: 17, Folder 3

English version. Typescript (prepared in the 1950s as appendix for The Logic of Scientific Discovery )

 

Logik der Forschung, 1934

Folder 4

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes research material for various revisions, and correspondence, 1975-1984
 

German version

 

First edition, 1934

Folder 5

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

Unidentified, 1932-1935

Folder 7

McWhirter, Mr., n.d.

Folder 8-10

Typescript

Box: 18, Folder 1

Typescript

 

Reviews

Folder 2

German, 1935-1937

Folder 3

English, 1935-1936

Folder 4

Italian, 1936

Folder 5

Polish, 1936

 

Second edition, 1966

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1963-1965

Folder 7

Foreword, Typescript and holograph 1960-1961.

Folder 8

Appendices. German translation of 'New Appendices,' first English edition, Typescript 1959.

Folder 9

Corrections of earlier English edition for use in second German edition. Typescript

Folder 10

Proofs, 1964

Box: 19, Folder 1

Proofs, 1964

Folder 2

Reviews, 1967-1970

 

Third edition, 1969

Folder 3

Foreword. Typescript

Folder 4

Appendix, Typescript and holograph 1968.

Folder 5

Corrections and retyped pages

 

Reviews

Folder 6

German, 1969-1970

Folder 7

Greek, 1970

 

Fourth edition, 1971

Folder 8

Corrections of third German edition for use in fourth German edition (1969)

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1971

Folder 10

Proofs

 

Reviews

Folder 11

German

Folder 12

Spanish

Box: 20, Folder 1

Fifth edition, Typescript 1973.

 

Seventh edition, 1982

Folder 2

General

Folder 3

Correspondence, 1980-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Includes extensive corrections, particularly to 'New Appendices'
Folder 4

Foreword. Typescript

Folder 5

Afterword (not published in seventh edition). Typescript

Folder 6

Appendix *XV. Typescript (in German and English)

Folder 7

Appendix *XVI. Typescript

Folder 8

Corrections

Folder 9

Proofs

Folder 10

Promotional material

Folder 11

Reviews

 

Eighth edition, 1984

Folder 12

Correspondence, 1984

Folder 13

Appendix *XIX. Holograph

Folder 14

Promotional material

 

English version

 

First edition, 1959

Folder 15

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 16

Simon and Schuster, Inc., n.d.

Folder 17

William Hodge & Co. Ltd., 1937-1941

Box: 21, Folder 1-11

Typescript and holograph

Box: 22, Folder 1-6

Typescript and holograph

Box: 23, Folder 1-10

Typescript and holograph

Box: 24, Folder 1-2

Typescript and holograph

Folder 3-7

Proofs

Folder 8

Promotional material

 

Reviews, 1959-1960

 

English

Folder 9

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes replies to reviewers
Folder 10

Correspondence with Tim Raison, 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Albert Einstein (transcript), 1935, and Peter B. Medawar, 1959
Box: 25, Folder 1

French

Folder 2

Polish

Folder 3

Spanish

Folder 4

Fourth impression, revised, General. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Includes French translation of preface and errata slips
 

Second edition, 1968

Folder 5

Correspondence, n.d.

Folder 6-10

Typescript and holograph. Consists primarily of corrections to appendices

Folder 11

Review

 

Third edition, 1972

Folder 12-13

Corrections and addenda

Box: 26, Folder 1-2

Printed copy (of second edition, with annotations 1968)

Folder 3

Proofs

Folder 4-5

Eighth impression, Page proofs 1975.

 

Tenth impression, revised, 1980

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1979

Folder 7

Printed copy (of third edition) with annotations

Folder 8

Preface to the edition. Holograph 1985

 

Spanish version, 1962

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1962

Folder 10

Corrections of first English edition for use in first Spanish edition (1959)

Folder 11

Reviews, 1975-1976

Folder 12

Italian version, Preface. Typescript 1970.

 

Japanese version, Correspondence 1971.

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Mori, Hiroshi, 1959-1971

 

French version, 1973

Folder 15

Correspondence, 1972

Folder 16

Reviews

 

Chinese versions

Folder 17

Note re translation for the Chinese version, n.d.

Box: 459, Folder 6

Translation of Chapter 1 ("A Survey of Some Fundamental Problems"), in Philosophical Problems of Natural Sciences ( Ziran Kexue Zhexue Wenti Conkam ), Printed copy 1981.

Box: 26, Folder 18

Dutch version, Correspondence, 1968 n.d.

Folder 19

"Wittgenstein's Ethics," Speech. Holograph and typescript 1934.

 

"Zur Kritik der Ungenauigkeitsrelationen," Die Naturwissenschaften, 1934

 

Typescript

Box: 27, Folder 1

Drafts by Karl Popper

Folder 2

Drafts edited by Troels Eggers Hansen, 1982

Folder 3

Printed copy

Folder 4

Correspondence with Troels Eggers Hansen, 1983

Box: 459, Folder 7

"'Induktionslogik' und 'Hypothesenwahrscheinlichkeit,'" Erkenntnis, Printed copy 1935.

Box: 27, Folder 5

"A Set of Axioms for Probability," Typescript. 1937.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence and notes
Folder 6

Book fragment relating to symbolic logic, 1940s. Holograph.

Scope and Contents note

Includes draft (on verso) of reply to G. J. De Vries' review of Karl Popper, The Open Society and its Enemies
Folder 7

Speeches relating to fundamental ideas of The Open Society and Its Enemies, and to ethics, Typescript. undated.

General note

See also "Public and Private Values" (box 39, folder 17) and Speech on The Open Society and Its Enemies (box 466, folder 14)
 

"What is Dialectic?" Mind, German version, 1965 1940.

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9-10

Printed copy

Folder 11

"The Changing Bases of Society: Trends Likely to Influence the Future," Two radio broadcast scripts, National Broadcasting Services, Christchurch, New Zealand (other participants in the discussions were Colin G. F. Simkin, Hugh N. Parton, P. Percival). Typescript 1941 July 23.

Folder 12

"An Independent Set of Axioms for Lattices, with Complete Subsets," Typescript ca. 1944.

 

"The Poverty of Historicism," Economica, 1944-1945. See The Poverty of Historicism, 1957

Folder 13

Review of Bertrand Russell, A History of Western Philosophy, Typescript 1945.

 

The Open Society and Its Enemies, 1945

 

English version

Folder 14-15

General

 

Correspondence, 1956-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence neither to nor from Karl Popper
Folder 16

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes corrections
Folder 17

Panine, Dimitri

 

First edition, 1945

 

Correspondence

Box: 28, Folder 1

General, 1948-1949

 

Braunthal, Alfred

Folder 2

1943

Folder 3

1944

Folder 4

Condliffe, Professor, 1943

Folder 5

Drucker, Doctor, n.d.

 

Hellin, Frederick

Folder 6

1942

Folder 7

1943

Folder 8

1945

Folder 9

Hibbert Journal, 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Dr. Mellone, 1948
Folder 10

Mabbott, J. W., 1947

Folder 11

Moore, G. E., 1948

Folder 12-16

Typescript

Box: 29, Folder 1-4

Typescript

 

Reviews

Folder 5-6

English.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1946
Box: 30, Folder 1

German

Folder 2

Clippings

 

Second edition, 1950

Folder 3

General. Published excerpt

Folder 4

Preface. Typescript

Folder 5-6

Proofs

Folder 7

Reviews.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Professor Walther, 1952
 

Third edition, 1957

Folder 8

Corrections

Folder 9

Proofs

Folder 10

Reviews. German

 

Fourth edition, 1962

 

Correspondence

Folder 11

Jarvie, Ian Charles, n.d.

Folder 12

Mates, Benson, 1962

Folder 13

Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 1961

Folder 14

Typescript. General

Folder 15

Addendum, "The Dating of the Theaetetus." Typescript

Folder 16

Addendum, "Facts, Standards, and Truth: A Further Criticism of Relativism." Typescript

Box: 31, Folder 1-3

Addendum, "Facts, Standards, and Truth: A Further Criticism of Relativism." Typescript

Folder 4-5

Addendum, "Reply to a Critic," formerly "Reply to my Critics." Typescript and holograph

Folder 6

Appendix. Reply to G. S. Kirk, "Popper on Science and the Presocratics" (not published in fourth edition). Typescript

Folder 7

Index. Typescript

Box: 32, Folder 1

Proofs. Index and addenda only

Folder 2

Printed copy

Folder 3

Revised version, Corrections 1963.

 

Fifth edition, 1966

 

Correspondence

Folder 4

Magee, Bryan, 1966

Folder 5

Musgrave, Alan, 1965

Folder 6

Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 1965

Folder 7

Typescript and holograph. Primarily corrections to fourth edition

Folder 8

Proofs

Folder 9

Printed copy with annotations for future corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Jeremy F. G. Shearmur
Box: 33, Folder 1-3

Page proofs

Box: 34, Folder 1

Page proofs

Folder 2

Printed copy

Folder 3

Reviews

 

Dutch version, 1950

Folder 4

Clippings

Folder 5

Correspondence with P. Geyl, 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Includes review by P. Geyl
Folder 6

Reviews.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1952
Folder 7

Spanish version, Review 1957.

 

German version

 

First edition, 1957-1958

Folder 8

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1961
Folder 9-12

Typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with translator
Folder 13

Proofs.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 14

Reviews

Folder 15

Second edition, Reviews 1970.

Folder 16

Third edition, Proofs 1973.

Folder 17

Fifth edition, Correspondence, 1976 1977.

Box: 35, Folder 1

Japanese version, Correspondence, 1976 1973.

 

French version, 1979

Folder 2

Preface and dedication. Holograph and typescript

Folder 3

Review

 

Greek version, 1980

 

Correspondence

Folder 4

Unidentified

Folder 5

Giannaras, Anastasios, 1976-1977

 

Papadaki, Irene

Folder 6

1977

Folder 7

1978

Folder 8

1979.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript preface
Folder 9

1980

Folder 10

1981

Folder 11

1982

Folder 12

1983

Folder 13

1984

Folder 14

Theodorakopoulos, I. N., 1977

Folder 15

Tournikiotis, L. G., 1977

Folder 16

Preface. Typescript

Folder 17

Reviews in Greek and in English (translated by Irene Papadaki), 1980-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Karl Popper's letter to the editor of Kathimerini and his reply to a review
Folder 18

Persian version, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Ali A. Mohajer, 1984
Folder 19

Review of Friedrich Engel-Janosi, The Growth of German Historicism, Economica, Typescript and printed copy 1945.

Folder 20-21

"Principles of Scientific Method," Lectures, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Typescript and notes based on lectures 1945 May 22-26.

Box: 36, Folder 1

"Comments on the Paper on Goedelian Sentences," Review of unidentified article. Holograph ca. 1946.

Folder 2

Proposals, relating to the treatment of Germany and the Germans following World War II. Typescript. ca. 1946,

Scope and Contents note

Includes a memorandum from Vera Anstey
 

"Why are the Calculi of Logic and Arithmetic Applicable to Reality?" Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1946

Folder 3

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the conference
Folder 4

Notes

Folder 5-6

Holograph

Folder 7

Typescript

Folder 8

Printed copy

Folder 9

German translation. Typescript

 

"Methods in Philosophy," Speech, Cambridge University Moral Science Club, Cambridge, England 1946 October 25.

Folder 10

Holograph

 

Correspondence

Folder 11

Bennett, Cheryl, 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence neither to nor from Karl Popper and copy of the meeting's minutes
Folder 12

Edgerton, Stephenie G., 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Includes fragment of a book by Professor McLendon relating to the Moral Science Club meeting
Folder 13

Untitled monograph (with Paul Bernays), Holograph ca. 1947.

Folder 14-16

"New Foundations for Logic," Mind, Typescript and holograph 1947.

 

"The Propositional and Functional Logic of Derivation and of Demonstration," 1947

Folder 17-19

Correspondence

Folder 20

Holograph

Folder 21

Typescript

Folder 22

"Social Institutions and Social Responsibility," Typescript (reply to Rush Rhees, "Social Engineering," 1947) 1947.

 

"Logic without Assumptions," Speech, Aristotelian Society, London, England 1947 May 5.

Folder 23

Notes.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Willard Van Orman Quine, n.d.
Box: 37, Folder 1

Typescript and holograph

Folder 2

Printed copy (as published in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1947)

Folder 3

Review, 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a review of "New Foundations for Logic," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1947
 

"Utopia and Violence," Speech, Rencontres Philosophiques de Bruxelles, Institut des Arts, Brussels, Belgium 1947 June.

 

English published version, 1948

Folder 4

Typescript

Folder 5

Printed copy (as published in Conjectures and Refutations, 1962)

 

Japanese version, Correspondence 1963.

Folder 6

Ichii, Saburo, 1963

Folder 7

Takiguchi, Mitsuko, 1963

 

German published version, 1968

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Proofs

Folder 10

Printed copy (as published in Kritischer Rationalismus und Sozialdemokratie, 1975, and Logik, Mathematik und Philosophie des Transzendenten, 1977)

Folder 11

"On the General Theory of Derivation, and the Definitions of Classical and Intuitionist Negation," Notes and typescript. 1947 November.

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter to L. E. J. Brouwer
Folder 12

"What Can Logic Do for Philosophy?" 1948 July 11. Speech, Aristotelian Society, London, England (published in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Printed copies with corrections 1948).

Folder 13

"Towards a Rational Theory of Tradition," Speech, Third Annual Conference of the Rationalist Press Association, Magdalen College, Oxford, England. 1948 July 26.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, 1959
 

"On the Theory of Deduction," Speech, 10th International Congress of Philosophy, Amsterdam, Holland (published in Proceedings of the Koninklijke Nederlandsche Wetenscappen: Proceedings of the Section of Sciences, 1948 August 11-18. 1948)

Folder 14

Printed copy

Folder 15

Review

 

"Prediction and Prophecy and the Significance for Social Theory," 1948 August 11-18. Speech, 10th International Congress of Philosophy, Amsterdam, Holland (published in Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Philosophy, 1948)

Folder 16

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with organizing committee, 1948
 

English version

Folder 17

Proofs

Folder 18

Printed copy

Folder 19

German version, Printed copy 1965.

 

"The Trivialization of Mathematical Logic," Paper, 10th International Congress of Philosophy, Amsterdam, Holland 1948 August 11-18.

Folder 20

Typescript

Folder 21

Printed copy with corrections

 

"Naturgesetze und theoretische Systeme," 1948 August 24. The European Forum Alpbach 1948, Alpbach, Austria (published in Gesetz und Wirklichkeit, 1949)

 

German version.

Scope and Content Note

Includes materials relating to the Alpbach Forum
Folder 22

General

Folder 23

Correspondence with Simon Moser, 1949

Folder 24

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescripts of discussions
 

English versions. Typescript

Box: 38, Folder 1

"Laws of Nature and Theoretical Methods"

Folder 2

"The Bucket and the Searchlight: Theories of Knowledge" (final version: "The Bucket and the Searchlight: Two Theories of Knowledge," Objective Knowledge, 1972)

Folder 3

"Wahrer und falscher Rationalismus," Holograph speech. 1949.

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and correspondence with Hans Barth, 1949
Folder 4

Contribution, Philosophy Working Group, The European Forum Alpbach 1949, Alpbach, Austria, Typescript 1949 August 23-September 2.

Folder 5

"Autonomous and Independent Axiom Systems for the Classical and Intuitionist Calculi of Probabilities," Typescript and holograph 1950?

Folder 6

"Lande's Blade, Propensities and the Direction of Time," Holograph ca. 1950.

Folder 7

Table of contents for book never written, Typescript 1950s.

 

"Indeterminism in Quantum Physics and in Classical Physics," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1950 (expanded version of paper read before the British Society for the History of Science, 1948 November 15)

Folder 8

Typescript, "Indeterminism in Classical Physics and Quantum Physics"

Folder 9-10

Typescript and holograph

Box: 39, Folder 1

Printed copy

Folder 2

Printed copy with annotations (for inclusion in "Prediction and Prophecy")

Folder 3

"Reflections on Science and Philosophy in our Time," Two speeches: "The Challenge to Reason," and "The Task of Social Philosophy," University of Chicago, Illinois. Holograph (consists primarily of notes and outlines) 1950.

 

"The Study of Nature and Society," The William James Lectures, Department of Philosophy, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Holograph (consists primarily of notes and outlines) 1950 February 16-April 27.

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Lecture no. 1: "Is Science Still Interesting?" February 16

Folder 6

Lecture no. 2: "Understanding Nature - The Passing of an Illusion," February 23

Folder 7

Lecture no. 3: "Explanations and Tests," March 2

Folder 8

Lecture no. 4: "The Tradition of Science and the Postulate of Independent Evidence," March 9

Folder 9

Lecture no. 5: "Indeterminism and the Reality of Time," March 16.

Scope and Content Note

Includes "Indeterminism in Quantum Physics and in Classical Physics," 1950
Folder 10

Lecture no. 6: "Do We Control Nature and Can We Control Society?" March 23

Folder 11

Lecture no. 7: "The Plight of the Social Sciences," March 30.

Scope and Content Note

Includes "Prediction and Prophecy and their Significance for Social Theory," 1948
Folder 12

Lecture no. 8: "Understanding Society," April 13

Folder 13

Lecture no. 9: "Social Science and Social Philosophy," April 20

Folder 14

Lecture no. 10: "The Ethics of Despair and the Ethics of Reason," April 27

Folder 15

"The Situation in Contemporary Philosophy," Speech. Holograph notes 1950 October 8.

Folder 16

"Introducing the Conceptions of Scientific Realism and of Metaphysical Realism," Speech, Metalogical Society. Holograph outline 1950 November 23.

Folder 17

"Public and Private Values," Speech. Typescript and holograph 1951.

General note

See also Speech relating to fundamental ideas of The Open Society and Its Enemies (box 27, folder 7)
Folder 18

"A Criticism of Operationalism and Related Views," Speech, Philosophy of Science Group. Typescript abstract 1951 May 21.

 

"The Classical Conditional," 1952

Folder 19

Correspondence, 1952

Folder 20-21

Typescript and holograph

 

"Humanism and Reason," The Philosophical Quarterly, 1952. Review of E. Grassi and T. von Uexkull, Von Ursrpung und Grenzen der Geistwissenschaften und Naturwissenschaften, 1950

Folder 22

Typescript

Folder 23

Proofs

Folder 24

"The Nature of Philosophical Problems and Their Rooots in Science," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Typescript 1952.

 

"The Role of the Scientist in Society Today," Speech, The English Speaking Union of the British Commonwealth, London, England 1952 September 26-28.

Box: 40, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1952

Folder 3

Notes

 

"Complementarity and the Two-Slit Experiment," 1953

Folder 4

Correspondence with Erwin Schrodinger, 1953

Folder 5

Holograph

Folder 6

Typescript

 

"A Defence of Free Thinking in Quantum Theory," Speech, Cambridge University Philosophy of Science Club, Cambridge, England. 1953.

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes on complementarity and the two-slit experiment. See also "Complementarity and the Two-Slit Experiment," 1953
Folder 7

Correspondence with Norwood Russell Hanson and Keith L. Manchester, 1953

Folder 8-10

Typescript and holograph

Folder 11

"A Note on Berkeley as Precursor of Mach," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Typescript 1953.

 

"Philosophy of Science: A Personal Report," 1953 July 30. Speech, Peterhouse, Cambridge, England. Typescript for publication in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, 1957

Folder 12

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 13

Braithwaite, Richard B., 1952

Folder 14

Farrer, Evelyn, 1953

Folder 15

Fenizio, Ferdinando di, 1956-1957

Folder 16

Korner, Stephan, 1957

Folder 17

Mace, C. Alec, 1953-1963

Folder 18

Masterman, Margaret, 1953

Folder 19

Stone, A. H., 1957

Folder 20

Tomlin, E. W. F. T., 1953

Folder 21

Unwin, Philip, 1970

Folder 22

Unwin, Stanley, 1957

Folder 23

Wisdom, John Oultan, n.d.

Folder 24

Typescript

Folder 25

Notes

Box: 41, Folder 1

Typescript from sound recording of speech

Folder 2-4

Typescript

Folder 5

Proofs

Folder 6

Printed copy

 

"Language and the Body-Mind Problem: A Restatement of Interactionism," Speech, 11th International Congress of Philosophy, Brussels, Belgium 1953 August 20-26.

Box: 42, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1951-1953

Folder 3-4

Notes.

Scope and Content Note

Includes excerpts from correspondence with John C. Eccles, 1952, and notes entitled "The Descriptive and Argumentative Functions of Human Language"
Folder 5

Holograph

Folder 6

Typescript

Folder 7

Proofs

Folder 8

"Theorie und Erfahrung," Speech, Berlin, Germany. Typescript. 1953 September 21.

Scope and Contents note

Includes reply by Herbert Stachowiak
 

Miseria dello storicismo, 1954. See The Poverty of Historicism, 1957

 

"The Construction of Shortest Random-Like Sequences of Degree n" (with L. R. B. Elton), 1954-1955

Folder 9

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Hermann Bondi
Folder 10

Holograph

Folder 11

Typescript

 

"Immanuel Kant: Philosopher of the Enlightenment," 1954 February 5. Radio broadcast, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, England (published in The Listener, 1954 February 18)

Folder 12

Outline

Folder 13

Holograph

Folder 14

Typescript

Folder 15

Printed copy.

Scope and Content Note

Includes announcement
 

"Self-Reference and Meaning in Ordinary Language," Mind, 1954 April

Box: 43, Folder 1

Correspondence, including with Gilbert Ryle, 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript
Folder 2

Holograph

Folder 3

Typescript

Folder 4

Printed copy

Folder 5

"Axioms for Relative Probability (Elementary Theory)," Typescript 1954 June 11.

 

"Degree of Confirmation," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1954 August

Folder 6

Correspondence

Folder 7

Holograph

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Proofs

 

"Die Philosophie und die Wissenschaften," Speech, The European Forum Alpbach 1954, Alpbach, Austria 1954 August 19.

Folder 10

General

 

German version

Folder 11

Holograph

Folder 12

Typescript

Folder 13

Clipping

 

English version

Folder 14

Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outlines and notes
Folder 15

Typescript

 

"On a Proposed Solution of the Paradox of the Liar," Speech, Association for Symbolic Logic, Amsterdam, Holland 1954 September 1.

Folder 16

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 17

Heyting, Arend, 1954

Folder 18

Schrodinger, Erwin, 1954

Folder 19

Notes

Folder 20-22

Holograph

Folder 23

Typescript

 

"Towards a Liberal Theory of Public Opinion," Speech, Mont Pelerin Conference, Venice, Italy 1954 September 6-11.

Folder 24

Version for speech. Outline, typescript, and holograph

 

Versions for publication

 

English, 1955-1956

Folder 25

Correspondence, 1955

Folder 26

Typescript, 1955? (intended for publication in Encounter, but not published)

Folder 27

Typescript, 1956 (published as "Public Opinions and Liberal Principles," Conjectures and Refutations, 1963)

Folder 28

Italian, Printed copy 1955.

 

German

 

1956

Folder 29

Correspondence, 1955-1961

Folder 30

Typescript

Folder 31

Proofs

Folder 32

Printed copy

Folder 33

1984. Printed copy from Auf der Suche nach einer besseren Welt, 1984

Box: 44, Folder 1-7

"The Demarcation between Science and Metaphysics," in Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap, Typescript. 1955.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, 1961
 

"A Note on Tarski's Definition of Truth," Mind, 1955

Folder 8

Holograph

Folder 9-10

Typescript and holograph

Folder 11

"A Note on the Body-Mind Problem: Reply to Professor Wilfrid Sellars," Analysis, 1955. Printed copy and typescript (with corrections for its appearance in Conjectures and Refutations, 1962)

 

"A Paradox of Measure Theory," 1955

Folder 12

Correspondence with Professor Copeland, 1955

Folder 13

Typescript and holograph

 

"Two Autonomous Axiom Systems for the Calculus of Probabilities," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1955

Folder 14

Letter from W. B. Elton, 1955

Folder 15

Notes

 

Typescript and holograph

Folder 16

General

Folder 17

"Autonomous and Independent Axiom Systems for the Classical and Intuitionist Calculi of Probabilities"

 

"Adequacy and Consistency: A Second Reply to Dr. Bar-Hillel," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1956

Box: 45, Folder 1

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Yehoshua Bar-Hillel, "Further Comments on Probability and Confirmation: A Rejoinder to Professor Popper"
Folder 2

Correspondence, 1956

Folder 3

Typescript

 

Misere de l'historicisme, 1956. See The Poverty of Historicism, 1957

 

"Three Views Concerning Human Knowledge," Contemporary British Philosophy, 1956

 

English version, 1956

Folder 4

Outline

Folder 5

Typescript

Folder 6

Proofs

Folder 7

Italian version, Printed copy 1958.

 

"The Arrow of Time," Nature, For replies and counterreplies, see "Irreversibility and Mechanics," 1956 August 18; "Irreversible Processes in Physical Theory," 1957 June 22; "Irreversibility, or Entropy since 1905," 1957 August; "Irreversible Processes in Physical Theory," 1958 February 8; "Time's Arrow and Entropy," 1965 July 17; "Time's Arrow and Feeding on Negentropy," 1967 January 21; "Structural Information and the Arrow of Time," 1967 April 15 1956 March 17.

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Proofs

Folder 10

Printed copy

 

Correspondence

Folder 11

Blair, G. W. Scott, 1956

Folder 12

Bondi, Hermann, 1956

Folder 13

Nature, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence neither to nor from Karl Popper
Folder 14

Schlegel, Richard, 1956

Folder 15

Whitrow, Gerald J., 1955

Folder 16

Notes on logic, Holograph 1956 May 13.

 

"Reason and Tradition: Problems of the Open Society," Lecture series, Conference on Social Theory, Department of Sociology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Typescript and holograph (consists primarily of notes and outlines) 1956 June 25-July 6.

Folder 17

General

Folder 18

Notes

Folder 19

Lecture no. 1, untitled

Folder 20

Lecture no. 2, untitled

Folder 21

Lecture no. 4, untitled

Folder 22

Lecture no. 5, untitled

Folder 23

Lecture no. 6, "Whig and Tory Epistemology," July 5

Folder 24

Lecture no. 7, "The New Renaissance," July 6

 

"Irreversibility and Mechanics," Nature, Reply to Richard Schlegel 1956 August 18.

Folder 25

Typescript

Folder 26

Printed copy

 

"Entropy since 1905," Speech, Annual Conference of the Philosophy of Science Group, Manchester, England 1956 September 21-23.

Folder 27

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes research material
Folder 28

Notes

Folder 29

Holograph

Folder 30

Typescript

 

"The Non-Existence of Scientific Method," Autumn? Speech, Stanford, California 1956

 

Correspondence

Folder 31

Unknown, 1956

Folder 32

Russell, Bertrand, 1957

Folder 33

Typescript

 

"The Riddle of Experience," Radio broadcast, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, England 1956 October 1.

Folder 34

General

Folder 35

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with T. S. Gregory, 1956
 

"The History of Our Time: An Optimist's View," Sixth Eleanor Rathbone Memorial Lecture, University of Bristol, England 1956 October 12.

Box: 46, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1956

Folder 3

Notes

Folder 4

Holograph

Folder 5

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with suggested corrections
Folder 6

"Reply to Professor Carnap," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Typescript. 1956 November.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Rudolf Carnap, "Remarks on Popper's Note on Content and Degree of Confirmation"
Folder 7

"Against Induction: One of Many Arguments," Ratio, Typescript and holograph 1957.

 

"The Aim of Science," Ratio, 1957

 

English version

 

1957

Folder 8

Typescript. Section 15 from the early manuscript of Postscript to the Logic of Scientific Discovery

Folder 9

Proofs

 

1959

Folder 10

Typescript

Folder 11

Printed copy

Folder 12

Printed copy 1969.

Folder 13

Italian version, Printed copy 1962.

 

German versions

Folder 14

Undated. Printed copy

Folder 15

second revised version. Printed copy of 1964 first revised version, with corrections 1972,

 

The Poverty of Historicism, 1957

Box: 47, Folder 1

General

 

English version

 

Journal edition, as published in Economica, 1944-1945

Folder 2-3

Typescript

Folder 4

Proofs

 

Book edition

 

First edition, 1957

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Proofs of journal edition, with corrections for first book edition 1944-1945,

Folder 7

Typescript

Folder 8

Proofs

 

Reviews

Folder 9

English, 1957-1958

Folder 10

Polish, 1958

 

Correspondence

Folder 11

Unidentified, 1957

Folder 12

Meyer, Justus, 1957

Folder 13

Sabine, George H., 1957

Folder 14

Woolley, Geoffrey, 1957

 

Second edition, 1960

Folder 15

General

Folder 16

Typescript. Corrections

Folder 17

Correspondence with Ichii Shaburo, 1961

 

Second edition, corrected, 1963

Folder 18

Printed copy of second edition, with corrections 1960,

Folder 19

Reviews. English, 1965

 

Italian version, 1954

Box: 48, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Preface. Typescript

Folder 3

Proofs

 

Reviews

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Pasquinelli, Alberto.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1954
 

French version, 1956

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

Leroy, Andre Louis, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes review
Folder 7

Librairie Plon, 1981

Folder 8

Review, 1960

 

German version

 

First edition, 1965

Folder 9

Foreword and dedication. Typescript

Folder 10

Reviews, 1966-1967

Folder 11

Second edition, Proofs 1969.

 

Third edition, 1971

Folder 12

Correspondence with Hans Georg Siebeck, 1970

Folder 13

Proofs. Corrected proofs of second edition, 1969

Folder 14

Reviews, 1972

 

Fifth edition, 1979

Folder 15-16

Proofs

Folder 17

Reviews

 

Japanese version, 1965

Folder 18

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 19

General

Folder 20

Choukoron-Sha, Inc., 1959-1966

Folder 21

Heibonsha Limited, 1957-1958

Folder 22

Ichii, Saburo, 1957-1959

Folder 23

Iwanami Shoten, Publishers, 1963

Folder 24

Misuzu Shobo Publishing Co., 1958-1959

Folder 25

"A Problem in Probability Theory," Speech, Berkeley-Stanford Colloquium in Logic and Methodology, Stanford University, Stanford, California. Typescript, holograph, correspondence, and announcement 1957 January 18.

 

"The Propensity Interpretation of the Calculus of Probability and Quantum Theory," Speech, Colston Research Society of Bristol, University of Bristol, England 1957 April 1-4.

Folder 26

General

Folder 27

Correspondence with Stephan Korner, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence neither to nor from Karl Popper
Folder 28

Typescript

Folder 29

Printed copy with corrections (for unidentified publication, 1973)

Folder 30

Printed copy

Folder 31

"Irreversible Processes in Physical Theory," Nature, 1957 June 22. Reply to Edward L. Hill and Adolf Grunbaum. Notes, holograph, typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Nature

 

"Irreversibility; or Entropy since 1905," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1957 August

Folder 32

Typescript

Folder 33

Proofs

Folder 34

Printed copy

 

"Probability Magic, or Knowledge out of Ignorance," Dialectica, 1957 September 15-December 15. Abridgement of chapter from the early manuscript of Postscript to the Logic of Scientific Discovery

 

Correspondence

Box: 49, Folder 1

Gonseth, Ferdinand, 1956-1957

Folder 2

Maurer, E., 1956-1957

Folder 3

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes summary
Folder 4

Printed copy

Folder 5

Speech relating to natural language, Typescript 1957 November.

 

"On Mr. Roy Harrod's New Argument for Induction," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1958

Folder 6

Holograph

Folder 7

Typescript

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes proofs
 

"A Third Note on Degree of Corroboration or Confirmation," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1958.

Folder 9

Typescript and holograph

Folder 10

Printed copy

 

"Irreversible Processes in Physical Theory," Nature, Reply to R. C. L. Bosworth 1958 February 8.

Folder 11

Correspondence

Folder 12

Typescript

Folder 13

Printed copy

 

"Remarques critiques sur la philosophie analytique," Speech, Fourth International Seminar on Analytical Philosophy, Royaumont, France 1958 April 7-13.

Folder 14

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1958
Folder 15

Typescript

Folder 16

"The Imperfect or Very Weak Modular Law," Holograph 1958 June 27.

 

"On the Status of Science and Metaphysics: Two Radio Talks," 1958 July 2. Radio broadcasts entitled "Experience and Logic" and "The Problem of the Irrefutability of Philosophical Theories," Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany (first published in Ratio, 1958).

Folder 17

Holograph

Folder 18

Typescript

Folder 19

Proofs.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Richard Blackwell, 1958
Folder 20

German translation, revised version, Printed copy 1959.

 

"Zum Thema Freiheit," 1958 August 25. Speech, The European Forum Alpbach 1958, Alpbach, Austria (subsequently published in Die Philosophie und die Wissenschaften: Simon Moser zum 65. Geburtstag, 1967)

Folder 21

German version.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed copy
Folder 22

English version, 1965

 

"Philosophy and Physics: The Influence on Physics of Some Metaphysical Speculations on the Structure of Matter," 1958 September 12-18. Paper, 12th International Congress of Philosophy, Venice, Italy (published in Atti del XII congresso internazionale di filosofia, 1958)

Folder 23

General

 

English version

Folder 24

Correspondence, 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes illustrations
Folder 25

Holograph

Folder 26

Typescript

Folder 27

Printed copy

Folder 28

German version, Typescript 1960.

Box: 50, Folder 1

"Back to the Presocratics," Speech, Aristotelian Society, London, England. Typescript 1958 October 13.

 

"Interpretation of Indeterminacy Formulae," 1959?

Folder 2

Correspondence with P. W. Higgs, 1960

Folder 3

Holograph

Folder 4

Typescript

 

"A Note on Logically False Evidence Statements," 1959?

Folder 5

Holograph

Folder 6

Typescript

Folder 7

Review

 

"A Note on the Tunnel Effect," 1959?

Folder 8

Notes

Folder 9

Holograph

Folder 10

Typescript

 

"Some Comments on Heisenberg's Principle of Indeterminacy," 1959?

Folder 11

Holograph

Folder 12

Typescript

 

Untitled, Relates to indeterminism and Heisenberg's formula 1959?

Folder 13

Holograph

Folder 14

Typescript

Folder 15

"On Subjunctive Conditionals with Impossible Antecedents," Mind, Typescript. 1959.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Gilbert Ryle, 1959
 

"Woran glaubt der Westen?" 1959. Speech, Zurich, Switzerland (published in Erziehung zur Freiheit, 1959)

Folder 16

Typescript

Folder 17

Printed copy

Folder 18

English translation, modified version. Typescript

 

"The Propensity Interpretation of Probability," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, " 1959 May

Folder 19

Correspondence, 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Includes corrections
Folder 20

Notes

Folder 21

Holograph

Folder 22

Typescript

Folder 23

Proofs

Folder 24

Printed copy

Folder 25

Printed copy with corrections and annotations for inclusion in "Realism and the Aim of Science," 1983

 

"Epistemology and Industrialization: Remarks on the Influence of Philosophical Ideas on the History of Europe," Speech, School of Economics, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland 1959 June 13.

Folder 26

Lecture version (German). Typescript

 

Published version (English), 1975-1979

 

Typescript

Box: 51, Folder 1-3

Preliminary versions

Folder 4

Final version

Folder 5

Proofs

Folder 6

Printed copy

Folder 7

Correspondence, 1979

 

"Die Philosophie in den Grundentscheidungen," Speech, Handels-Hochschule St. Gallen, Switzerland 1959 June 23.

Folder 8

General

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1984

Folder 10

Speech, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Notes and schedule of meetings for conference 1959 July 10-12.

Folder 11

"On the Sources of Our Knowledge," The Indian Journal of Philosophy, (forms part of "On the Sources of Knowledge and Ignorance," 1960). Printed copy 1959 August

Box: 52, Folder 1

"A Political Postscript on the Central Problems of the Cold War," Typescript 1960s.

 

"Probabilistic Independence and Corroboration by Empirical Tests," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1960

Folder 2

Holograph

Folder 3

Typescript

Folder 4

Printed copy

 

"Reason or Revolution?" 1960

Folder 5

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes critical remarks by Jeremy F. G. Shearmur
Folder 6-8

Typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes "Addendum 1974: The Frankfurt School," originally intended for radio broadcast
Folder 9-10

Proofs

Folder 11

Printed copy, in Archives europeennes de sociologie, 1970

Folder 12

"An Indeterminist's View of the Physical World," Speech, British Society for the Philosophy of Science. Typescript of notes taken from speech 1960 January 16.

 

"On the Sources of Knowledge and of Ignorance," Speech, British Academy. See also "On the Sources of Our Knowledge," 1959 1960 January 20.

 

Lecture version, 1960

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Notes

Box: 53, Folder 1-2

Typescript and holograph

Folder 3

Correspondence with Mario Bunge, 1960

 

Published versions

 

English

 

Proceedings of The British Academy, 1960

Folder 4

Correspondence with Doris W. Pearson, 1960

Folder 5-8

Typescript and holograph

Box: 54, Folder 1

Typescript and holograph

Folder 2

Proofs

Folder 3

Printed copy

 

Encounter, 1962

Folder 4

Proofs

Folder 5

Printed copy

 

Studies in Philosophy: British Academy Lectures, 1966

Folder 6

Correspondence with Jon Stallworthy 1966

Folder 7-8

Proofs

Folder 9

Italian, Printed copy 1964.

 

German, 1975

Folder 10

Typescript (translation by R. Kiesewetter)

Folder 11

Printed copy

 

"Some Comments on Truth and the Growth of Knowledge," 1960 August-September. Paper, International Congress for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Stanford, California (condensed version of the original draft entitled "The Idea of Truth and the Empirical Character of Scientific Theories," subsequently published as "Truth Rationality, and the Growth of Scientific Knowledge," Chapter 10, Conjectures and Refutations, 1962)

Folder 12

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 13

American Express, 1960

Folder 14

Ewing, A. C., 1960

Folder 15

Freudenthal, H., 1960

Folder 16

Hesse, Dr., 1960

Folder 17

Mehlberg, Henryk, 1960

Folder 18

Nagel, Ernest, 1960

Folder 19

Peltours Ltd., 1960

Folder 20

Suppes, Patrick, 1959-1960

Folder 21

Thompson, Elsa Knight, 1960

Box: 55, Folder 1-8

Typescript and holograph

Box: 56, Folder 1-2

Typescript and holograph

 

"Selbstbefreiung durch das Wissen," Radio broadcast, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich, Germany 1961 February.

 

German version

 

Broadcast version

Folder 3

Holograph

Folder 4

Typescript

 

Published version, in Der Sinn der Geschichte, edited by Leonhard Reinisch, 1961

Folder 5

Typescript

Folder 6

Proofs

Folder 7

Review

 

English version, in Humanist Outlook, edited by Alfred J. Ayer, 1968

 

Correspondence

Folder 8

Ayer, Alfred J., 1967

Folder 9

Blackham, H. J., 1967

Folder 10

Macy, C. J. G., 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Includes proofs
Folder 11

Pemberton Publishing Co. Ltd., 1967

Folder 12

Typescript, "The Enlightenment and the Meaning of History: Self-Liberation Through Knowledge"

Folder 13

Printed copy

Folder 14

Printed copy with corrections

 

"Die Logik der Sozialwissenschaften," Speech, Symposium on the Logic of the Social Sciences, Tubingen, Germany 1961 October.

Folder 15

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, n.d., and abstract by Julius Freed
 

German version

 

Lecture version, 1961

Folder 16

General

Folder 17

Notes

Folder 18

Typescript

 

Published version, 1962

Box: 57, Folder 1

Typescript

Folder 2

Proofs

Folder 3-4

Printed copy

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1983

Folder 6

Reviews

 

English version, 1976

Folder 7

Notes

Folder 8-12

Typescript

Folder 13

Proofs

Folder 14

Printed copy

 

"Evolution and the Tree of Knowledge," The Herbert Spencer Lecture, Oxford, England 1961 October 30.

 

Correspondence

Folder 15

Gray, T. S., n.d.

Folder 16

Ostler, A., 1961

Folder 17

Draft. Typescript and holograph

Box: 58, Folder 1

Version read. Typescript

Folder 2

Final version. Typescript

Folder 3

Revised version, Typescript and holograph 1965.

 

"Science and the Growth of Knowledge," The Shearman Memorial Lectures, University College, London, England 1961 November 21-30.

Folder 4

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

Evans, Ifor, 1961

Folder 6

Radley, Winifred, 1961

Folder 7-10

Notes and outlines

Folder 11

Lecture no. 1, "The Objective Theory of Knowledge." Typescript

Box: 59, Folder 1

Lecture no. 2, "The Logic of the Growth of Knowledge." Typescript

Folder 2

Lecture no. 3, "Getting Nearer to the Truth." Typescript

Folder 3

Lecture no. 4, "The Logic of Conjecture and Refutation." Typescript

 

Conjectures and Refutations, 1962

Folder 4

General

Box: 459, Folder 8

General

 

English version

 

Correspondence

Box: 59, Folder 5

Albert, Gretl, 1982

Folder 6

Gombrich, Richard, 1960

Folder 7

Kidd, James C., 1969

Folder 8

Levison, Arnold B., 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes review written by Arnold B. Levison
Folder 9

Magee, Bryan, 1961

Folder 10

Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965-1984

 

First edition, 1962

 

Correspondence, 1963

Folder 11

Hill, Edward L., 1963

Folder 12

Kelsen, Hans, 1963

Folder 13

Strong, E. W., 1963

 

Typescript and holograph

Folder 14-16

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 17

General

Box: 60, Folder 1-4

General

Folder 5

Outlines

Folder 6

Chapter 1

Folder 7

Chapter 2

Folder 8

Chapter 3

Folder 9

Chapter 4

Folder 10

Chapter 5

Folder 11

Chapter 6

Box: 61, Folder 1

Chapter 7.

Scope and Content Note

Includes German version
Folder 2

Chapter 8

Folder 3

Chapter 9

Folder 4-5

Chapter 10

Folder 6

Chapter 11

Folder 7

Chapters 12-13

Folder 8

Chapter 14

Folder 9

Chapter 15

Folder 10

Chapter 16

Folder 11

Chapter 17

Folder 12

Chapter 18

Folder 13

Chapter 19

Folder 14

Chapter 20

Folder 15

Appendices

Folder 16

Index of names

Box: 62, Folder 1

Index of subjects

Folder 2-4

Proofs

Box: 63, Folder 1

Proofs

Folder 2

Reviews

 

Reprint of first edition, 1964

Folder 3

General

Folder 4-5

Indices. Typescript

Folder 6

Reviews

 

Second edition, 1965

 

Typescript and holograph

Folder 7-8

General

Folder 9

Indices

Folder 10

Proofs

Folder 11

Reviews

 

Third edition, 1969

Box: 64, Folder 1-3

Typescript and holograph. General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 4-7

Proofs

Box: 65, Folder 1

Proofs

Folder 2

Reviews

Box: 459, Folder 9

Seventh impression, 1978. Extract entitled "Science: Conjectures and Refutations," published in The Search for the Human Sciences, Printed copy 1980.

Box: 65, Folder 3

Spanish version, Second edition, 1983. Correspondence, 1983 1967.

Folder 4

Italian version, Reviews 1972.

 

German version (not published)

 

Correspondence, 1967-1969

Folder 5

Kiesewetter, R., 1967-1969

Folder 6

Oppacher, Franz, 1967-1968

Folder 7

Schleichert, Hubert, 1967

Folder 8

Walentik, Leonhard, 1967

Folder 9

Weingartner, Paul, 1967

 

Typescript and holograph

Folder 10-13

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1974, and fragments translated by Lisbeth Gombrich
Folder 14-17

Introduction (translation by Gretl Albert).

Scope and Content Note

Includes translation of other chapters and correspondence with Grete Albert, 1979
Box: 66, Folder 1-4

Introduction

Folder 5-7

Chapter 1.

Scope and Content Note

Includes translation by R. Kiesewetter
Box: 67, Folder 1-3

Chapter 2

Folder 4-6

Chapter 3

Folder 7-8

Chapter 4 (translation by Hermann Fischer).

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Hermann Fischer, 1970
Folder 9-11

Chapter 5

Folder 12

Chapter 6

Box: 68, Folder 1-2

Chapter 7

Folder 3

Chapter 8

Folder 4

Chapter 9

Folder 5

Chapter 10

Folder 6

Chapter 11

Folder 7

Chapter 12

Folder 8

Chapter 13

Folder 9

Chapter 14

Folder 10

Chapter 15

Folder 11

Chapter 16

Folder 12

Chapter 17

Folder 13

Chapter 18

Folder 14

Chapter 19

Box: 69, Folder 1

Chapter 20

Folder 2

Addenda

 

French version, 1985

Folder 3

Correspondence, 1984-1985

Folder 4

Printed copy

 

Japanese version, Correspondence n.d.

Folder 5

Ichii, Saburo, 1967-1968

Folder 6

Nakamura, Junichi, 1967-1975

Folder 7

"Historical Explanation: An Interview," Cambridge Opinion, Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and correspondence 1962.

 

"Julius Kraft, 1898-1960," Ratio, 1962

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1962

Folder 9

Holograph

Folder 10

Typescript

Folder 11

Printed copy

Box: 70, Folder 1

"Knowledge and Society," Speech, Berkeley, California. Holograph and typescript 1962.

Folder 2

"A New Prediction Paradox," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Typescript 1962.

Folder 3

"On Carnap's Version of Laplace's Rule of Succession," Mind, 1962. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Richard C. Jeffrey's reply and letter of 1962 February 14.See also "The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Reply to Professors Jeffrey and Bar-Hillel," 1967 January
Folder 4

"Uber Geschichtsschreibung und uber den Sinn der Geschichte," Geist und Gesicht der Gegenwart, 1962 (revised version of Open Society and Its Enemies, chapter 25). Printed copy

 

"The Erewhonians and the Open Society," Speech, San Francisco State College, San Francisco, California 1962 March 14.

 

English version

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1962

Folder 6

Typescript and holograph

Folder 7

Printed copy

Folder 8

German version. Typescript and correspondence, 1963

 

Contribution to the discussion sessions following the three lectures given by Bertrand de Jouvenel on the art of conjecture, Geneva, Switzerland, (organized by the Congress for Cultural Freedom and by the Graduate Institute of International Studies) 1962 June 25-28

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Correspondence, 1962

Folder 11

Notes

 

"On the Status and the Methods of Science," Radio broadcast, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, England, 1963 1963.

 

Early version

Folder 12

Holograph

Folder 13

Typescript

Folder 14

Later version. Typescript

Folder 15

"Science: Problems and How to Solve Them," Speech, MENSA, London, England. Typescript. 1963.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, 1963
 

"The Open Society," Speech, Bloomington, Indiana 1963 February 14.

Folder 16

Typescript

 

Revised version, "The Open Society and the Democratic State," Indian Institute of Public Administration, Delhi, India, 1963 August

Folder 17

Typescript and holograph

Box: 71, Folder 1

Typescript

Folder 2

Review

Folder 3

Revised version, San Francisco, California, Typescript n.d.

 

"Models, Instruments and Truth: The Rationality Principle in the Sciences," Speech, Department of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Bergson, Abram and Conrad, Alfred H. 1963 February 26.

Folder 4

General

Folder 5-10

Typescript and holograph

Box: 72, Folder 1-4

Typescript and holograph

 

Abstract entitled "Rationality and the Status of the Rationality Principle," in Les Fondements philosophiques des systemes economiques: Textes de Jacques Rueff et essais rediges en son honneur, 23 aout 1966, 1967

 

English version, 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1966
Folder 5-6

Holograph

Folder 7-9

Typescript

Folder 10

Correspondence

Folder 11

French version, Printed copy 1967.

Folder 12

Spanish version, Printed copy 1968.

 

"The Problem of Scientific Knowledge" Two speeches, Princeton University, New Jersey 1963 February 28.

Folder 13

Part I. Typescript and holograph

Folder 14

Part II. Typescript

Folder 15

Correspondence

Folder 16

Clipping

 

"Science: Problems, Aims, Responsibilities," Speech, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1963 April 17.

 

English version, 1963

Folder 17

General

Folder 18-19

Correspondence, 1963-1966

Box: 73, Folder 1

Holograph

Folder 2-10

Typescript

Folder 11

Proofs

Folder 12

Printed copy

Folder 13

Italian version, Printed copy 1966.

Folder 14

"Objectivity and Subjectivity in Scientific Method," Speech, Queens College. Typescript and holograph outline 1963 April 19.

 

"Problems of Scientific Knowledge," Speech, University of Illinois, Chicago 1963 April 25.

Folder 15

Typescript

Box: 459, Folder 10

Japanese translation, Printed copy 1963.

 

"Creative and Non-Creative Definitions in the Calculus of Probability," Synth'se, 1963 June

 

Early versions. Holograph and typescript

Box: 73, Folder 16

"Axioms and Definitions of the Probability Calculus"

Box: 74, Folder 1

"Productive and Non-Productive Formal Definitions in the Calculus of Probability"

 

Final version

Folder 2

Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1962-1963
Folder 3

Proofs

Folder 4

Printed copy

Folder 5

"Kirk on Heraclitus, and on Fire as the Cause of Balance," Mind, Reply to G. S. Kirk, "Back to the Pre-Socratics." Printed copy 1963 July.

Folder 6-8

"Research in Science: Problems, and How to Solve Them," Speech, Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. Typescript and holograph 1963 July 22.

 

"The Improbability of Explanatory Hypotheses," 1964

Folder 9

General. Notes and research material

 

Correspondence

Folder 10

Curnow, R. N., 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes fragments of typescript
Folder 11

Freed, Julius, 1964

Folder 12

Lakatos, Imre, 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Paul Bernays, Arend Heyting, Stephen C. Kleene, D. W. MacKinnon, Hao Wang
Folder 13

Silvey, S. D., 1964

Folder 14-15

Typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1964
Box: 75, Folder 1-2

Typescript and holograph

Folder 3

Untitled seminars (six), Vienna, Austria, Holograph 1964 June.

Folder 4

Speech relating to relativity theory, Typescript 1964 August 4.

 

"Normal Science and Its Dangers," Paper, International Colloquium in the Philosophy of Science, London, England 1965.

Folder 5

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Karl Popper's contribution to the Kuhn-Watkins discussion, and Imre Lakatos, "Demarcation Criterion and Scientific Research Programmes"
 

English version

Folder 6

Holograph

Folder 7-8

Typescript

Folder 9

Printed copy with corrections

Folder 10

German version. Typescript

Folder 11

"On Problems and How to Understand Them," Speech, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1965 April.

 

"Of Clouds and Clocks: An Approach to the Problem of Rationality and the Freedom of Man," The Arthur Holly Compton Memorial Lecture, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 1965 April 21.

Box: 76, Folder 1

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outlines and fragments
 

Correspondence

Folder 2

General, 1965-1969

Folder 3

Karlson, Marjorie, 1965

Folder 4

Litvag, Irving, 1965

Folder 5

Malmquist, Carl P., 1968

Folder 6

McCormick, M. L., 1967

Folder 7

O'Brian, Frank, 1965-1968

Folder 8

Pake, George E., 1964-1965

Folder 9

Papanek, Helene, 1966

Folder 10

Rudner, Richard S., 1965-1966

Folder 11

Spiegelberg, Herbert, 1965

Folder 12

Standen, Gray, 1965-1968

Folder 13

Zollschan, George K., 1968

Folder 14-15

Holograph

 

Typescript

Folder 16-17

Early versions

Box: 77, Folder 1

Early versions

Folder 2-13

Later versions

Box: 78, Folder 1

Proofs

Folder 2

Printed copy

Folder 3

Reviews

 

"The Myth of the Framework," Seminar, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1965 April 23.

Scope and Contents note

Includes speech "On Problems and How to Understand Them" and discussion
Folder 4

Typescript

 

Revised version, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 1965 April 26

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1965

Folder 6

Typescript and holograph

Folder 7-8

Revised version, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, Typescript and notes 1969 November 19.

Folder 9

Revised version, Dunedin, New Zealand, Typescript 1973.

 

English version

Folder 10

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1973
Box: 79, Folder 1-7

Typescript and holograph

Folder 8

Proofs

Folder 9

Printed copy, 1976

Folder 10

German version. Typescript

 

"Rationality and the Search for Invariants," Speech, International Colloquium on the Philosophy of Science, Bedford College, London, England. 1965 July 11.

Scope and Contents note

Includes material relating to the colloquium's organization
Box: 80, Folder 1-2

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes papers by Oliver E. Ford, Stephan Korner, and L. Pearce Williams, and transcripts of discussion sessions
 

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence neither to nor from Karl Popper
Folder 3

Church, Alonzo, 1964

Folder 4

Findlay, Allan F., 1967

Folder 5

Freudenthal, H., 1964

Folder 6

Godel, Kurt, 1964

Folder 7

Henkin, Leon, 1964

Folder 8

Heyting, Arend, 1964

Folder 9

Kuhn, Thomas S., 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Thomas S. Kuhn, "Logic of Discovery or Psychology of Research: A Gestalt Switch?"
Folder 10

Quine, Willard Van Orman, 1964

Folder 11

Robinson, Abraham, 1964

Folder 12

Notes. Typescript and holograph

Folder 13

Holograph

Folder 14-20

Typescript

Box: 81, Folder 1-12

Typescript

 

Lecture, Symposium of Inductive Logic, Bedford College, London, England 1965 July 17.

Folder 13

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 14

Typescript and holograph

Folder 15

Papers read by others

 

Bunge, Mario, "Induction: A Motely Assembly." Typescript

 

Carnap, Rudolf, "Inductive Logic and Inductive Intuitions." Typescript

 

Hilpinen, Risto, "On Epistemic Utility: Comments on Dr. Vetter's Paper." Typescript

 

Hintikka, Jaakko, "Conditionalization and Information: Two Marginal Comments on Carnap's Paper." Typescript

 

Lejewski, Czeslaw, "Quantification and Ontological Commitment." Typescript

 

Watkins, John W. N., "Hume, Carnap and Popper," and "Decision and Belief." Typescripts

Folder 16

Transcript of discussion between Karl Popper, Rudolf Carnap, William C. Kneale, Paul Bernays, and Yehoshua Bar-Hillel. Typescript and proofs

 

"Time's Arrow and Entropy," Nature, 1965 July 17

Box: 82, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1965

Folder 3

Holograph

Folder 4

Typescript

Folder 5

Proofs

Folder 6

"Why Zeno was Right," Speech. Typescript and holograph 1965 September.

Folder 7

"Otto Neurath: Memories and Impressions," Typescript 1966?

Folder 8

Foreword to L. M. Loring, Two Kinds of Values, Typescript and holograph 1966.

Folder 9

"A Note on the Theory of the Cold War," Typescript 1966.

 

"A Theorem on Truth Content," in Paul K. Feyerabend and Grover Maxwell, ed., Mind, Matter, and Method: Essays in Philosophy of Science in Honor of Herbert Feigl, 1966

 

Correspondence

Folder 10

Maxwell, Grover, 1963-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correpondence with William W. Bartley, III, Imre Lakatos, and Jacob Bruno Bronowski
Folder 11

Shechtman, Joseph, 1965

Folder 12

Holograph

Folder 13

Typescript

Folder 14

Proofs for illustrations

Folder 15

Printed copy

Folder 16

"A Note on the Difference Between the Lorentz-Fitzgerald Contraction and the Einstein Contraction," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Typescript and holograph. 1966 February.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, 1965
Folder 17

"The Influence of Einstein on my View of Science," Radio broadcast, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, England. Typescript 1966 February 23.

 

Lecture series, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, Typescript and holograph outlines and notes. See also "A Realist View of Logic, Physics and History," 1966 May 1966 March 30-June 1.

Folder 18

General

Folder 19

Lecture no. Relates to historical knowledge 1, March 30.

Folder 20

Lecture no. Relates to theory of knowledge and art 2, April 6.

Folder 21

Lecture no. Relates to historicism 3, n.d.

Folder 22

Lecture no. Relates to relativism 4, n.d.

Folder 23

Lecture no. Relates to relativism 5, May 5.

Folder 24

Lecture no. Relates to historicism 6, May 11.

Folder 25

Lecture no. Relates to the Cold War 8, May 25.

Folder 26

Lecture no. Relates to philosophy of history 9, June 1.

Folder 27

"A Comment on Miller's New Paradox of Information," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Typescript and holograph. See also "The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Reply to Professors Jeffrey and Bar-Hillel," 1967 January 1966 May.

 

"A Realist View of Logic, Physics and History," Paper, International Colloquium on Logic, Physics and History, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado. 1966 May.

Scope and Contents note

Includes material relating to the conference and to Karl Popper's tenure as visiting professor
Folder 28

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes papers by Jean-Pierre Vigier, Jaakko Hintikka, and Andre Mercier, and Karl Popper's remarks upon these
 

Correspondence

Box: 83, Folder 1

Matzka, John, 1968

Folder 2

Miller, David W., 1966-1967

Folder 3

Yourgrau, Wolfgang, 1966-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes corrections to manuscript
Folder 4

Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes "Remarks on Ranki's Paper"
Folder 5-7

Typescript

Folder 8-10

Printed copy

 

"Education versus Common Sense," Commencement speech, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado 1966 June 10.

Box: 84, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1966

Folder 3

Typescript

 

"The Paradox of Zero Information," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1966 August

Folder 4

Correspondence, 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Includes corrected typescript and corrected proofs
Folder 5

Holograph

Folder 6

Typescript

Folder 7

"Comment on Carnap's 'Inductive Logic and Inductive Intuitions,'" The Problem of Inductive Logic, Typescript 1967?

Folder 8-12

"Three Idols of Empiricism: Precision - Definition - The Senses and their Data," Speech, La Jolla, California. Typescript and notes 1967?

Folder 13

Contribution to Imre Lakatos memorial volume, Notes. 1967.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Imre Lakatos, "A Renaissance of Empiricism in the Recent Philosophy of Mathematics"
Folder 14

"The Cosmological Origins of Euclidean Geometry," in Imre Lakatos, ed., Problems in the Philosophy of Mathematics, Printed copy 1967.

Folder 15

"Einstein: An Interview," in Gerald J. Whitrow, ed., Einstein: The Man and His Achievement, Printed copy of an excerpt 1967.

 

"Quantum Mechanics without 'The Observer,'" in Mario Bunge, ed., Quantum Theory and Reality (volume two of Studies in the Foundations, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science ), 1967

 

Correspondence

Folder 16-17

General

Folder 18

Unidentified, 1967

Folder 19

Bohm, David J., 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript with corrections
Folder 20

Musgrave, Alan, 1967

Folder 21

Miller, David W., 1967

Box: 85, Folder 1-8

Typescript and holograph

Box: 86, Folder 1-8

Typescript and holograph

Box: 87, Folder 1-11

Typescript and holograph

Box: 88, Folder 1-12

Typescript and holograph

Box: 89, Folder 1-2

Proofs

Folder 3

Printed copy

 

"The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Reply to Professors Jeffrey and Bar-Hillel," Mind, See also "On Carnap's Version of Laplace's Rule of Succession," 1962, and "A Comment on Miller's New Paradox of Information," 1966 May 1967 January.

Folder 4

Correspondence with Gilbert Ryle, 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Includes corrected proofs
Folder 5-7

Typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes early draft entitled "Demonstrable Irrelevance: A Reply to Professor Richard C. Jeffrey"
Folder 8-9

Typescript and holograph

Box: 90, Folder 1-2

Typescript and holograph

Folder 3

Mimeographed copy intended to be published in an essay volume entitled "Six Contributions to the Theory of Induction."

Scope and Content Note

Includes contributions by Yehoshua Bar-Hillel, Richard C. Jeffrey, and David W. Miller
 

"Time's Arrow and Feeding on Negentropy," Nature, Reply to Wolfgang Buchel 1967 January 21.

Folder 4

Correspondence, 1965-1966.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Wolfgang Buchel, "On Entropy and Information in the Universe"
Folder 5

Typescript

Folder 6

Printed copy

Folder 7

"Structural Information and the Arrow of Time," Nature, Reply to H. W. Woolhouse. Printed copy 1967 April 15.

 

"Epistemology without a Knowing Subject," Speech, Third International Congress for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Amsterdam, Holland 1967 August 25.

 

First version

Folder 8

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 9

Anstadt, Dr., 1971

Folder 10

Elders, Fons, 1971

Folder 11

Kampen, Miss van, 1971

Folder 12

Nederlandse Omroep Stichting, 1971

Folder 13

North Holland Publishing Company, 1968

Folder 14

Rijntjes, G. J. P., 1971

Folder 15

Rootselaar, B. van, 1967

Folder 16

Notes

Folder 17-19

Holograph

Box: 91, Folder 1-15

Typescript

Box: 92, Folder 1-7

Typescript

Folder 8

Proofs

Folder 9

Printed copy with corrections

Box: 93, Folder 1-4

Second version, Proofs and printed copies of 1967 version with corrections 1972.

Box: 459, Folder 9

Third version, Printed copy 1980.

 

"Time, Probability and Determinism," Speech, Oxford University, Oxford, England 1967 October 20.

Box: 93, Folder 5

Correspondence with J. Ravest, 1967

Folder 6

Notes

Folder 7-9

Typescript

Folder 10

"Erkenntnistheorie und Wissenschaftstheorie," Notes 1968?

Folder 11

"Problems and History Problem-Situations," Typescript. 1968?

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter from L. Landgrebe
 

"The Distributivity of Lattices with Unique Complements," 1968

Box: 94, Folder 1

General

 

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Includes copies of text
Folder 2

Unidentified, 1968

Folder 3

Bernays, Paul, 1968

Folder 4

Bunge, Mario and Marta, 1968

Folder 5

Dilworth, R. P., 1968

Folder 6

Hermes, Hans, 1968

Folder 7

Kleene, Stephen C., 1968

Folder 8

MacLane, Professor, 1968

Folder 9

Maddox, John, 1968

Folder 10

Robinson, Abraham, 1968

Folder 11-16

Typescript and holograph

Folder 17

"Mathematics, Observation and Physical Thought," in Imre Lakatos and Alan Musgrave, ed., Problems in the Philosophy of Science, Printed copy 1968.

Folder 18

"On Rules of Detachment and So-Called Inductive Logic," in Imre Lakatos, ed., The Problem of Inductive Logic: Proceedings of the International Colloquium in the Philosophy of Science, Typescript and printed copy 1968.

Folder 19

"On So-Called Paradoxes in Physics," in Imre Lakatos, ed., Problems in the Philosophy of Science, Printed copy 1968.

 

"Plato," International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1968

Folder 20

General

Folder 21

Correspondence, 1962-1968

Folder 22

Holograph

Box: 95, Folder 1

Typescript

 

"Remarks on the Problems of Demarcation and of Rationality," in Imre Lakatos, ed., Problems in the Philosophy of Science, 1968

Folder 2

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes memoranda, contributions by others, and William W. Bartley, III, "Theories of Demarcation between Science and Metaphysics"
Folder 3-4

Typescript

 

"Theories, Experience and Probabilistic Intuitions," in Imre Lakatos, ed., The Problem of Inductive Logic: Proceedings of the International Colloquium in the Philosophy of Science, 1968

Folder 5

General. Discussion by Yehoshua Bar-Hillel of Rudolf Carnap's paper

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

Lakatos, Imre, 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Imre Lakatos, "Dr. Lakatos on Professor Mercier"
Folder 7

Miller, David W., 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript of "Theories, Experience and Probabilistic Intuitions"
Folder 8-9

Typescript and holograph

Folder 10

Printed copy

 

"A Revised Definition of Natural Necessity," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Reply to G. C. Nerlich and W. A. Suchting 1968 February.

Folder 11

Correspondence, 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Includes G. C. Nerlich and W. A. Suchting, "A Note on Popper on Law and Natural Necessity"
Folder 12-17

Typescript and holograph

Folder 18

Printed copy

Folder 19

"Im Dickicht der Ideen: Moderne Philosophie zwischen Politik und Wissenschaft," Television interview, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich, Germany. Typescript questions, notes, and correspondence 1968 April 29.

 

"Birkhoff and von Neumann's Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics," Nature, See also "Reply to Ramsey and Pool," 1969 May 1968 August 17.

Box: 96, Folder 1

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes research material
 

Correspondence

Folder 2

General

Folder 3-4

Unidentified

Folder 5

Atkin, R. H., 1968

Folder 6

Bohm, David J., 1969

Folder 7

Broglie, Louis de, 1969

Folder 8

Browne, G. L., 1967-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence neither to nor from Karl Popper
Folder 9

Conant, James B., 1968

Folder 10

Dockx, S., 1968

Folder 11

Fay, G., 1968

Folder 12

Feyerabend, Paul K., 1969

Folder 13

Finkelstein, David, 1968

Folder 14

Groenewold, H. J., 1968

Folder 15

Heerden, Pieter J. van, 1968

Folder 16

Herz, Martin F., 1968

Folder 17

Jates, Dr., 1968

Folder 18

Jauch, J. M., 1968-1970

Folder 19

MacIntyre, Rae, 1969

Folder 20

Margenau, Henry, 1969

Folder 21

Montague, Richard, 1968

Folder 22

Motz, Hans, 1968

Folder 23

Nature, 1968

Folder 24

Ramsay, Arlan, 1969

Folder 25

Strauss, Martin, 1968

Folder 26

Vajda, S., 1968

Folder 27

Waerden, B. L. van der, 1968

Folder 28

Wilson, J. A., 1969

Folder 29

Yourgrau, Wolfgang, 1968

Folder 30

Typescript and holograph

Box: 97, Folder 1-8

Typescript and holograph

Box: 98, Folder 1-10

Typescript and holograph

Box: 99, Folder 1-3

Typescript and holograph

Folder 4

Proofs

Folder 5

Printed copy

 

Contributions, 1968 Salzburg Colloquium in the Philosophy of Science, Salzburg, Austria, 1968 August 29-31

Folder 6-7

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes papers of others
 

Correspondence and clippings. See Contributions, 14th International Congress of Philosophy, 1968 September 2-9

 

"The Moral Responsibility of the Scientist" (paper actually read in Vienna)

 

English version

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Proofs

Folder 10

Printed copy with corrections

Folder 11

French version. Typescript

 

German version

Folder 12

Typescript

Folder 13

Proofs.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 14

Printed copy

 

Italian version. See CORRESPONDENCE, Edizioni della Nuova Antologia

Folder 15

Participation in a discussion of a paper by Adolf Grunbaum. Proofs and printed copy

 

Contributions, 14th International Congress of Philosophy, Vienna, Austria, 1968 September 2-9

Box: 100, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Max Black and Paul Weingartner, 1968
Folder 3

Clippings

 

"On the Theory of the Objective Mind"

 

English version

Folder 4-5

Holograph

Folder 6-8

Typescript

Box: 101, Folder 1-2

Typescript

Folder 3

Proofs

Folder 4

Printed copy

 

German version

Folder 5

Holograph

Folder 6

Typescript

 

"Quantum Theory, Quantum Logic and the Calculus of Probability"

Folder 7

Typescript and holograph

Folder 8

Proofs

Folder 9

Printed copy

Folder 10

Contribution, Simposium de Filosofia de la Ciencia: Homenaje a Karl R. Popper, Burgos, Spain, Correspondence, program, and summary of a paper by Pedro Schwartz 1968 September 23-25.

Folder 11

"A Statistical Experiment to Determine the Michelson Ether-Drift," Typescript draft and correspondence with Cornelius Lanczos, 1969 1969?

Folder 12

"The Status of the Principle of Equivalence and of Mach's Principle in General Relativity," Holograph and typescript draft 1969?

Folder 13

Introduction of Alfred J. Ayer, Sixth Auguste Comte Memorial Lecture, Typescript 1969.

 

"A Pluralist Approach to the Philosophy of History," in Erich Streissler, ed., Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of F. A. von Hayek, 1969 (based on a speech delivered at Oxford University Science Society, Oxford, England, 1967 November 3)

 

Early version

Folder 14

General

Folder 15

Correspondence, 1968

Folder 16

Typescript

Box: 102, Folder 1

Printed copy

Folder 2-6

Revised version, Printed copy of 1969 with corrections 1971.

 

"Knowledge and the Body-Mind Problem," Lecture series, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. 1969 March-April.

Scope and Contents note

Includes revisions for intended publication
Folder 7-12

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes fragments of revised versions and outline
Box: 459, Folder 11

General

Folder 102

Correspondence

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Atwood, Sanford S., 1968-1969

Folder 15

Laird, Sam L., 1969

Folder 16

Ward, Judson C., 1968

Folder 17

Williams, Frank C., 1968

Folder 18-20

Unidentified fragments

Box: 103, Folder 1-2

Lecture no. Typescript. 1, March 27.

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcript of discussion following
Folder 3

Lecture no. Typescript. 2, April 1.

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcript of discussion following
Folder 4

Lecture no. Typescript. 3, April 8.

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcript of discussion following
Folder 5

Lecture no. Typescript. 4, April 15.

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcript of discussion following
 

Lecture no. 5, April 22

Box: 104, Folder 1

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcript of discussion following
Box: 459, Folder 12

Typescript

Box: 104, Folder 2

Lecture no. Typescript. 6, April 29.

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcript of discussion following
Folder 3

"Reply to Ramsey and Pool," Typescript 1969 May.

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, Encounter, Printed copy. A reply to Henry D. Aiken. 1969 July.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Henry D. Aiken's letter to the editor entitled "Popper's 'Moral Responsibility'"
Folder 5

"Organisms and Computers vis-a-vis Problems," Notes 1969 August 9.

Folder 6

"Knowledge without Belief," University Centennial Symposium in Honor of Sir Karl Popper, Boston Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science, Boston, Massachusetts. Announcement 1969 December 11.

Folder 7

"Mein Expose," (intended for newspaper interview). Typescript 1970?

Folder 8

Notes relating to induction, Holograph 1970.

Folder 9

"On Human Freedom and the Third World," Typescript notes 1970 February 17.

Folder 10

"On the Rationality Principle in Psychology, Biology, and Physics," Typescript notes 1970 February 17.

 

"Plato, Timaeus 54e-55a," The Classical Review, 1970 March

Folder 11

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 12-13

Unidentified

Folder 14

Fordyce, C. J., 1969

Folder 15

Guthrie, William Chambers Keith, 1969

Folder 16

Naff, Thomas, 1969

Folder 17

Typescript

Folder 18

Printed copy

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, Times Literary Supplement, Printed copy 1970 March 26.

 

"Induction," Drafts for books (unpublished) 1970 April.

Folder 20

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes research material
Folder 21

Holograph

Folder 22

Typescript

 

"Eine Objektive Theorie des historischen Verstehens," Schweizer Monatshefte, 1970 June

Folder 23

Printed copy

Box: 459, Folder 13

Printed copy (annotated)

Box: 105, Folder 1

"Some Problems on Which I Have Worked," Holograph notes relating to the philosophy of science 1970 April.

Folder 2

"Situational Logic vs. Induction," Typescript notes 1970 April 2.

Folder 3

"On the Conspiracy Theories of Religion," Typescript notes 1970 April 3.

 

"The Philosophy of Russell: II," Radio broadcast, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, England (participants included Peter Strawson, Geoffrey Warnock, and Bryan Magee) 1970 April 4.

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Notes

Folder 6

Typescript transcript

Folder 7

Proofs

Folder 8

Printed copy

Folder 9

"History: Hume and Kant," Holograph notes 1970 April 6.

Folder 10

"Realism versus Idealism: Comments on Our Present Scientific World Picture or the Reductionist World Picture," Typescript notes 1970 April 6.

Folder 11

"A Pluralist Philosophy of Mathematics," Typescript notes 1970 April 6-27.

Folder 12

"Works of Art Considered as Third-World Objects: Standards of Art and Standards of Science," Typescript notes 1970 April 10.

Folder 13

"On Verisimilitude and Reliability: Criticism of Professor Ayer's Inductive Principle," Typescript notes 1970 April 28.

Folder 14

"The Gamov Postulate and Quantum Mechanics," Typescript notes 1970 September 23.

 

"Conversation with Karl Popper" (on natural selection and the emergence of mind), Radio broadcast, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, England 1970 December 13.

Folder 15

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 16

DeFelice, Daphne, 1984

Folder 17

Denson, Alan, 1970

Folder 18

Listener, 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes corrections
Folder 19

Magee, Bryan, 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript of broadcast
Folder 20

Holograph

Folder 21

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes table of contents and outline
Folder 22

Printed copy, 1971

Folder 23

Danish translation, Printed copy 1972.

Box: 459, Folder 14

Japanese translation, Printed copy 1976.

 

"Conjectural Knowledge: My Solution to the Problem of Induction," Revue internationale de philosophie, 1971

Box: 106, Folder 1-4

Typescript and holograph

Folder 5

Printed copy

 

"Particle Annihilation and the Argument of Einstein, Podolsky, Rosen," in Wolfgang Yourgrau and Alwyn van der Merwe, ed., Perspectives in Quantum Theory: Essays in Honour of Alfred Lande, 1971

Folder 6

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes and research material
 

Correspondence, 1969-1971

Folder 7

Goodall, Charles W., 1970-1971

Folder 8

Lande, Alfred, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Alfred Lande, "The Decline and Fall of Quantum Dualism"
Folder 9

Yourgrau, Wolfgang, 1969-1970

Folder 10-11

Holograph

Folder 12-13

Typescript

Folder 14

Proofs

Folder 15

Printed copy

 

"Revolution oder Reform?" Radio broadcast, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich, Germany 1971 January 5.

Folder 16

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes promotional materials and responses received from viewers
 

Correspondence

Box: 107, Folder 1

Lasky, Melvin J., 1972

Folder 2

Stark, Franz, 1971

Folder 3-5

Typescript and holograph

 

Printed copy

Folder 6

English

Folder 7

Finnish

Folder 8

Reviews

Folder 9

"Einstein's Greatness" (with Peter B. Medawar), 1971 May 23. Letter to the editor, Sunday Telegraph (London). Printed copy

 

"Conjectural Knowledge: My Solution of the Problem of Induction," 1971 June 7. James Scott Lecture, Royal Society of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland (lecture based on version appearing in Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Karl Popper ; revised lecture version published in Objective Knowledge, 1972)

Folder 10

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 11

Pirie, Madsen, 1970-1971

Folder 12

Rutherford, William, 1970-1971

Folder 13

Holograph

Folder 14-16

Typescript

Box: 108, Folder 1-4

Typescript

Folder 5

Printed copy

 

"Some Philosophical Comments on Tarski's Theory of Truth," Speech, Tarski Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, California. See also "Some Philosophical Comments on Tarski's Theory of Truth," 1972 May 4 1971 June 30.

Folder 6

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes papers read by others and research material
 

Correspondence

Folder 7

Hayakawa, S. I., 1971

Folder 8

Vaught, Robert L., 1971

Folder 9

Holograph

Folder 10-11

Typescript

Box: 109, Folder 1-5

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Leon Henkin, 1971-1972
Folder 6

Proofs

Folder 7

"Determinism, Indeterminism and World 3," Speech, Amsterdam, Holland. Typescript 1971 September 22.

Folder 8

"Wider die grossen Worte: Ein Pladoyer fur intellektuelle Redlichkeit," Die Zeit, Holograph and printed copy 1971 September 24.

Folder 9

Interview, radio broadcast, Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg, Germany, Typescript and holograph 1971 November.

Folder 10

Interview granted in English (possibly in the Netherlands), Typescript 1972?

 

Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach, 1972

Box: 110, Folder 1

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 2

General, 1971-1980

Folder 3

Unknown, 1972-1982

Folder 4

Acton, H. B., 1972

Folder 5

Adams, Walter, 1972

Folder 6

Belsey, Andrew, 1973

Folder 7

Fletcher, Amelia, 1976

Folder 8

Kraft, Victor, 1972

Folder 9

Miller, David W., 1972

Folder 10

Moser, Peter, 1974

Folder 11

Ravetz, Jerry R., 1972

Folder 12

Ryle, Gilbert, 1972-1973

Folder 13

Stegmuller, Wolfgang, 1973

 

English version. Typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some proofs
Folder 14-24

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes, fragments, and correspondence
Folder 25

Preface

Folder 26-27

Chapter 1

Box: 111, Folder 1-10

Chapter 1

Box: 112, Folder 1-11

Chapter 2.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with John W. N. Watkins, 1971
Box: 113, Folder 1-8

Chapter 2

Box: 114, Folder 1-3

Chapter 3

Folder 4-5

Chapter 4

Folder 6-7

Chapter 5

Folder 8-10

Chapter 6

Folder 11-16

Chapter 7

Box: 115, Folder 1-3

Chapter 8

Folder 4-10

Chapter 9

Folder 11-13

Appendix 1. "The Bucket and the Searchlight: Two Theories of Knowledge"

Folder 14-18

Appendix 2. "Supplementary Remarks" (1978)

Box: 459, Folder 15

Appendix 2. "Supplementary Remarks" (1978).

Scope and Content Note

Includes introduction to the 1979 revised edition
Box: 116, Folder 1

Index

Folder 2-12

Proofs.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Box: 117, Folder 1-6

Proofs

Box: 118, Folder 1-6

Proofs

Box: 119, Folder 1-2

Proofs

 

Reviews

Folder 3

Danish

Folder 4

English

Folder 5

French

Box: 459, Folder 16

Greek

Box: 119, Folder 6

Swedish

 

German version, 1973

Folder 7-8

Typescript and holograph

Folder 9

Proofs

Box: 120, Folder 1

Proofs

 

Reviews

Folder 2

English

Folder 3

French

Folder 4-5

German

 

"On Reason and the Open Society," Encounter, 1972. Interview (translated and reworked version of Norddeutscher Rundfunk broadcast of 1971 November)

Folder 6

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by others
Folder 7

Correspondence with Melvin Lasky, 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript
Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Proofs

Folder 10

Printed copy

Folder 11

"Revolution and Continuity in Science," Typescript and holograph 1972.

 

"Wissenschaftstheorie," Radio broadcast, Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg, Germany 1972 March 16.

Box: 121, Folder 1

Holograph

Folder 2

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
 

"Was ist Liberal?" Radio broadcast, Osterreichischer Rundfunk, Vienna, Austria 1972 May.

Folder 3

Correspondence, 1972

Folder 4

Typescript and holograph

 

"Aufklarung-Gegenaufklarung," Speech, Dusseldorf, Germany 1972 May 2.

Folder 5

Correspondence with Hans-Friedrich Holters and Wirtschaftswoche, 1971-1972

Folder 6

Notes

Folder 7

Clippings

Folder 8

"Some Philosophical Comments on Tarski's Theory of Truth," Speech, Brussels, Belgium. Correspondence, 1971-1972 1972 May 4.

Folder 9

"Indeterminism is Not Enough," Speech, Louvain, Belgium. Correspondence, 1971-1972 1972 May 6-7.

 

"Bemerkungen eines Realisten uber das Leib-Seele Problem," Speech, Mannheim, Germany 1972 May 8.

Folder 10

Correspondence, 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Simon Moser
Folder 11-12

Holograph

Folder 13

Typescript

Folder 14

"Unvollstandigkeit aller Wissenschaft," Speech, Karlsruhe, Germany. Typescript and holograph 1972 May 10.

 

"Scientific Reduction and the Essential Incompleteness of All Science," Speech, Serbelloni Conference, Chance and Creativity in Evolution, Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Italy 1972 June.

 

English version

Box: 122, Folder 1

Correspondence with Francisco J. Ayala, 1972-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescripts
Folder 2-3

Holograph

Folder 4-9

Typescript

Box: 123, Folder 1-9

Typescript

Folder 10

Printed copy

Folder 11

German version, Typescript n.d.

 

"Indeterminism Is not Enough," Speech, Mont Pelerin Society Anniversary Meeting, Montreux, Switzerland 1972 September 6.

Box: 124, Folder 1

General

Folder 2-3

Holograph

Folder 4-13

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1972
Box: 125, Folder 1-2

Typescript

Folder 3

Proofs

Folder 4

Printed copy

Folder 5

Speech, Symposium on the Development of the Physicist's Conception of Nature, Trieste, Italy, Correspondence, 1972 1972 September 18-25.

Folder 6

Essay, (based on a treatise first worked on in 1965). Typescript (in German) 1972 October

 

"On the Problem of Body and Mind," Romanes Lecture, Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, England. 1972 October 31.

Scope and Contents note

Includes two earlier versions of lecture
Folder 7

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holograph and typescript notes and fragments
Folder 8

Correspondence with Alan Bullock, 1972

 

First version. "Problems of Matter and Life"

Folder 9-10

Holograph

Folder 11-15

Typescript

 

Second version. "Three Worlds"

Box: 126, Folder 1

Holograph

Folder 2-7

Typescript

 

Final version. "On the Problem of Body and Mind"

Folder 8-9

Holograph

Folder 10-13

Typescript

Box: 127, Folder 1-6

Typescript

 

"Zur Theorie der Politik: Bemerkungen zu einer Arbeit von Heiner Flohr," Rechtstheorie: Zeitschrift fur Logik, Methodenlehre, Kybernetik und Theorie des Rechts, 1973

Box: 128, Folder 1

Correspondence with Klaus Adomeit, 1972

Folder 2

Typescript and holograph

Folder 3

Proofs

Folder 4

"Lamarckism and DNA," Typescript and holograph notes 1973 January.

Folder 5

Three speeches entitled "Indeterminism is not Enough," "Three Idols of Empiricism," and "The Myth of the Framework," Faculty of Arts Open Lectures, University of Otago, New Zealand, Announcements 1973 March 14, April 4, and April 11.

 

"Some Notes on Early Greek Cosmology," Henry Dan Broadhead Memorial Lecture, Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand 1973 May 8.

Folder 6

Correspondence with Charles H. Kahn, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings of Charles Kahn
Folder 7

Holograph

Folder 8-13

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1973
Box: 129, Folder 1-6

Typescript

 

"Historical Prophecy as an Obstacle to Peace," Sonning Prize Lecture, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 1973 May 25.

Folder 7

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 8

Unidentified, 1973

Folder 9

Bak, Thor A., 1973

Folder 10

Blegvad, Mogens, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Includes address delivered by Mogens Blegvad
Folder 11

Bunge, Mario, 1973

Folder 12

Hamilton, Alistair, 1973

Folder 13

Hansen, Troels Eggers, 1973

Folder 14

Hayek, Friedrich A. von, 1973

Folder 15

Hayman, W. K., 1973

Folder 16

Lassen, Elsebeth, 1973

Folder 17

Medawar, Peter B., 1973

Folder 18

Mejer, Jorgen, 1973

Folder 19

Reed, Alan, 1973

Folder 20

Smithers, David W., 1976

Folder 21-22

Typescript

Box: 130, Folder 1

"Some Problems in Evolutionary Theory," Typescript notes 1973 August 7.

Folder 2

"A Note on the Symmetry and Consistency of Special Relativity: Elaborating Nine Lines of Einstein's," Typescript and holograph notes 1973 October 4.

Folder 3

"The Story of Life," Typescript and holograph 1973 October 24.

 

"The Rationality of Scientific Revolutions," The Herbert Spencer Lectures, Oxford, England 1973 November.

Folder 4

General

 

Notes, 1973

Folder 5

November 2

Folder 6

November 6

 

English version

Folder 7

Correspondence, 1973-1975

Folder 8-9

Typescript and holograph

Box: 131, Folder 1-10

Typescript and holograph

Box: 132, Folder 1-9

Typescript and holograph

Box: 133, Folder 1-9

Proofs

Folder 10

Review

Folder 11

Spanish version, Printed copy 1983.

Folder 12

Untitled radio broadcast, Hessischer Rundfunk, Holograph 1973 December 18-20.

 

"Autobiography of Karl Popper," in Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Karl Popper, Vol. I, 1974

Box: 134, Folder 1

Timetable

Folder 2

Instructions of Karl Popper as to standardization of the manuscript, including "Replies to my Critics"

Folder 3

Correspondence re editing conventions adopted

 

Notes

Folder 4-6

General

Folder 7

Editorial (David W. Miller)

Folder 8

1969

 

Holograph

Folder 9-10

First draft

Folder 11-12

Subsequent draft (in part typescript)

Box: 135, Folder 1-3

Subsequent draft (in part typescript)

 

Typescript (in part holograph)

 

1969

Box: 136, Folder 1-5

February

Box: 137, Folder 1-5

March

Box: 138, Folder 1-5

June

Folder 6

July

Box: 139, Folder 1-4

August

Box: 140, Folder 1-2

1971

Folder 3

1971 or 1972

Box: 141, Folder 1-2

1972?

Box: 142, Folder 1-5

1972 March

Box: 143, Folder 1-5

Segments

 

Miscellaneous pages

Folder 6-9

General

Folder 10

Checked

Folder 11

Retyped

Folder 12

Rejected

 

Corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Includes retyped pages and insertions
Folder 13-17

General

Folder 18

Chapters 2,3,6,10,16

Folder 19

Chapter 37.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes on Darwin
 

1969

Folder 20

March

Folder 21

December

Folder 22

1970 February

 

Carbon copy

Box: 144, Folder 1

Pages 7 (complete set, but not checked nor corrected) 1-32

Folder 2

Pages 8 1-23

Folder 3

Pages 6 1-10

Folder 4

Pages 2 70-11

Folder 5

Miscellaneous pages.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some typescript corrected pages
 

Proofs

Box: 145, Folder 1

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes proofs of index for both volumes and Karl Popper's explanatory note, 1973 January 8
 

Undated

Folder 2-6

Complete set

Folder 7-10

Segments and miscellaneous pages

Box: 146, Folder 1

Segments and miscellaneous pages

Folder 2

Insertions

 

1973

Folder 3-5

March.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes and letter of Jeremy F. G. Shearmur to Eugene Freeman, with checklist of corrections and queries
 

December

Folder 6-8

Corrected pages

Folder 9

Correspondence and remarks

Folder 10

Correspondence

Folder 11

Instructions to the printer

 

"Replies to My Critics," in Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Karl Popper, Vol. II, 1974

 

General

Box: 147, Folder 1

Lists of suggested contributors

Folder 2-4

Notes

Folder 5

Table of contents

 

Typescript

 

Copy 1

Folder 6

Chapters 1-24

Folder 7

Chapters 25-47

Folder 8

Chapters 1-24

Box: 148, Folder 1

Chapters 25-47

Folder 2

Chapters 1-47

 

Copy 2

Folder 3

Chapters 1-28

Box: 149, Folder 1

Chapters 29-47

 

Copy 3

Folder 2

Chapters 1-23

Folder 3

Chapters 24-47

 

Miscellaneous chapters

Folder 4-5

1-9

Folder 6-7

1-3

Folder 8

4/1-9/7

Folder 9

6/3-9/5

Folder 10

6/4-8/1

Folder 11

Miscellaneous pages

Folder 12

Suggested corrections and queries

 

Proofs

Box: 150, Folder 1-2

Notes and queries.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 3-7

Complete sets

Box: 151, Folder 1-4

Complete sets

 

Miscellaneous chapters

Folder 5

1-11

Folder 6

1-10

Folder 7

Miscellaneous pages

 

Corrections, 1974

Folder 8

January 30

Folder 9

January 31

Box: 152, Folder 1

Promotional material (for both volumes)

 

Reviews (for both volumes)

Folder 2

General

Folder 3

Flew, Antony G. N., "Thinking Things Through."

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 4

Correspondence

 

Chapters (Section I: Introduction. 1. "Aristophanes and the Socratic Legend." 2. "The Popper Legend." 3. "The Background of the Legend: Criterion of Demarcation versus Criterion of Meaning." 4. "Kraft on My Relation to the Vienna Circle"). Note: the numbers given here are the ones assigned in the final version, and not the ones often used in the manuscript 1-4

Folder 5-8

Holograph

Folder 9

Typescript

 

Chapter 4 ("Kraft on My Relation to the Vienna Circle")

Folder 10

Victor Kraft's contribution

Folder 11

Correspondence, 1970

Box: 153, Folder 1

Chapter 5 ("The Centre of the Dispute: The Problem of Demarcation"). Holograph and typescript

Folder 2

Chapter 6 ("Difficulties of the Demarcation Proposal"). Holograph and typescript

Folder 3

Chapter 7 ("Empirical-Scientific and Non-Scientific Theories"). Holograph

Folder 4

Chapter 8 (" Ad-Hoc Hypotheses and Auxiliary Hypotheses: The Falsifiability of Newton's Theory"). Holograph

Folder 5

Chapter 9 (discarded version). Holograph

 

Chapter 9 ("Kneale on My Alleged Exclusion of Non-Universal Hypotheses")

Folder 6

William Kneale's contribution

Folder 7

Holograph

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1964

 

Chapter 10 ("Quine on My Avoidance of the 'Paradoxes of Confirmation'")

Folder 10

Willard Van Orman Quine's contribution

Folder 11

Notes, including on Carl G. Hempel

Folder 12

Holograph

Folder 13

Typescript

Folder 14

Suggested corrections

Folder 15

Correspondence

 

Chapter 11 ("Putnam on 'Auxiliary Sentences,' Called by Me 'Initial Conditions'")

Folder 16

Hilary Putnam's contribution

Folder 17

Notes

Folder 18

Holograph

Folder 19

Typescript

Folder 20

Proofs

 

Chapter 12 ("Lakatos on the Equal Status of Newton's and Freud's Theories")

 

Imre Lakatos' contribution

Box: 154, Folder 1-2

Early version, n.d.

Folder 3

Final version, 1970 September 25

Folder 4-5

Notes

Folder 6-8

Holograph (in part typescript)

 

Typescript

Folder 9

First draft

Folder 10-12

Subsequent drafts

Folder 13

Final copy sent to the printer

Folder 14

Miscellaneous pages

Folder 15

Corrections and comments

 

Proofs (in part typescript)

Folder 16

Notes from Jeremy F. G. Shearmur

Folder 17

Complete set

Folder 18

Miscellaneous pages

Box: 155, Folder 1

Miscellaneous pages.

Scope and Content Note

Includes inserted holograph and typescript pages
 

Corrections

Folder 2-4

General

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1973

Folder 6

Reply to Lakatos' Postscript of Typescript 1971.

 

Chapters (Section III: The Problem of Induction. 13. "My Solution of Hume's Problem of Induction." 14. "The Psychological and Pragmatic Problems of Induction." 15. "Objective and Subjective Knowledge") 13-15

Folder 7

Notes

Folder 8

Holograph

 

Typescript

Folder 9

Early version, n.d.

Folder 10

Final version, 1970 March-May

 

Chapter 16 ("Medawar on Hypothesis and Imagination")

Box: 156, Folder 1

Peter B. Medawar's contribution

Folder 2

Notes

Folder 3

Holograph

 

Typescript

Folder 4

General.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from David W. Miller to Jeremy F. G. Shearmur
Folder 5

Miscellaneous pages

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1966-1971

 

Chapter 17 ("Maxwell on Demarcation and Induction")

Folder 7

Grover Maxwell's contribution

Folder 8

Holograph

Folder 9-10

Typescript

Folder 11

Correspondence, 1970

 

Chapter 18 ("Levison's Critique of My Solution of the Problem of Induction")

Folder 12

Arnold B. Levison's contribution

Folder 13

Notes

Folder 14

Holograph

Folder 15

Typescript

 

Chapter 19 ("Bar-Hillel on the Compatibility between Static and Dynamic Theories of Science")

Folder 16

Yehoshua Bar-Hillel's contribution.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Paul Arthur Schilpp, 1971 March 18
Folder 17

Notes

Folder 18

Holograph

Folder 19

Typescript

Folder 20

Chapter 20 (Introductory remark to Section IV: "Evolution and World 3"). Typescript

 

Chapter 21 ("Eccles on World 3 and the Mind-Body Liaison")

 

John C. Eccles' contribution

Folder 21

First version

Folder 22

Second version.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Karl Popper's note re John C. Eccles' new introduction
 

Holograph

Folder 23

First draft

Folder 24

Final version

 

Typescript

Folder 25

First draft

Folder 26

Final version

 

Chapter 22 ("Watkins on Indeterminism as the Central Problem of My Philosophy")

Box: 157, Folder 1-2

John W. N. Watkins' contribution

 

Comments on the Watkins-Salmon controversy on induction and corroboration

 

Notes

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

On "Human Freedom and the Third World"

Folder 6

Holograph

Folder 7

Typescript

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1969

 

Chapter 23 ("Campbell on the Evolutionary Theory of Knowledge")

Folder 9-10

Donald T. Campbell's contribution

Folder 11

Holograph

Folder 12

Typescript

Folder 13

Correspondence, 1966-1970

 

Chapter 24 ("Freeman and Skolimowski on Peirce's Anticipations of Popper")

Folder 14-15

Eugene Freeman and Henryk Skolimowski's contribution

Folder 16

Holograph

Folder 17

Typescript

Folder 18

Correspondence, 1968-1970

 

Chapter 25 ("Feigl and Meehl on the Determinism or Completeness of World 1")

Box: 158, Folder 1

Herbert Feigl and Paul E. Meehl's contribution

Folder 2

Notes

Folder 3

Holograph

Folder 4

Typescript

 

Chapter 26 ("Musgrave on My Exclusion of Psychologism")

 

Alan E. Musgrave's contribution.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence
Folder 5

1970 March 26

Folder 6

1970 May 1

Folder 7

1970 July 7

Folder 8

Holograph

Folder 9

Typescript

Folder 10

Chapter 27 (Introductory remark to Section V: "Rationality and Criticism and Some Problems in Logic"). Typescript

 

Chapter 28 ("Bernays' Plea for a Wider Notion of Rationality")

Folder 11

Paul Bernays' contribution.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Jeremy F. G. Shearmur's notes and corrections, 1971 November 30
Folder 12

Notes

 

Holograph

Folder 13

First draft

Folder 14

Final version

 

Typescript

Folder 15

General

Folder 16

Miscellaneous pages (in part holograph)

Folder 17

Correspondence, 1970-1971

 

Chapter 29 ("Bronowski on the Impact of Logik der Forschung and on Tarski's Theory of Truth")

Box: 159, Folder 1

Jacob Bruno Bronowski's contribution

Folder 2

Notes

Folder 3

Holograph

Folder 4

Typescript

 

Chapter 30 ("Lejewski's Axiomatization of My Theory of Deducibility")

 

Czeslaw Lejewski's contribution

Folder 5

1967

Folder 6

1970

Folder 7

Holograph

Folder 8

Typescript

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1966-1970

 

Chapter 31 ("Schlesinger on My Paper on Self-Reference and Meaning")

Folder 10

George Schlesinger's contribution

Folder 11

Notes

Folder 12

Holograph

 

Typescript

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Suggested corrections

 

Chapter 32 ("Ayer on Empiricism and against Verisimilitude")

Folder 15

Alfred J. Ayer's contribution

Folder 16

Notes

 

Holograph

Folder 17-18

First drafts

Folder 19

Final version

Folder 20

Miscellaneous pages

 

Typescript

Folder 21-22

First drafts

Folder 23

Final version

Folder 24

Miscellaneous pages

Folder 25

Suggested corrections

 

Chapter 33 ("Agassi on a Modified Conventionalism")

Folder 26

Joseph Agassi's contribution.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Joseph Agassi, 1971
Folder 27

Notes

 

Holograph

Folder 28

First draft

Folder 29

Final version

 

Typescript

Folder 30

First draft

Folder 31

Final version

Folder 32

Correspondence, 1969-1971

Folder 33

Chapter 34 (Introductory remark to Section VI: "Objectivity in Probability Theory and in Physics"). Typescript

 

Chapter 35 ("Settle on Induction and the Propensity Theory of Probability")

Box: 160, Folder 1

Thomas W. Settle's contribution

Folder 2

Notes

Folder 3

Holograph

Folder 4

Typescript

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1969-1970

 

Chapter 36 ("Margenau on Empiricism, Probability, and Quantum Mechanics")

Folder 6

Henry Margenau's contribution

Folder 7

Holograph

Folder 8

Typescript

 

Chapter 37 ("Suppes' Criticism of the Propensity Interpretation of Probability and Quantum Mechanics")

Folder 9

Patrick Suppes' contribution

Folder 10

Research material (writings by Patrick Suppes, as well as by Satosi Watanabe and V. S. Varadarajan)

Folder 11

Notes

Folder 12-13

Holograph

 

Typescript

Folder 14-18

General

Folder 19-20

Miscellaneous pages

 

Chapter 38 ("Grunbaum on Time and Entropy")

Folder 21

Adolf Grunbaum's contribution

Folder 22

Notes (in