As we’ve seen, Kierkegaard believed that humans exist in one of three spheres, each superior to the other. At the highest sphere, we would no longer need or want the rules, laws and ‘ethics’ of the Universal Sphere and would instead act by a new and.
Popper’s theory of Falsification was an attempt to resolve both Hume’s Problem of Induction and improve on the generally accepted failings of Verificationism. According to the theory, a proposition, theory or hypothesis is only as strong as how far.
Berkeley’s Idealism stated that only two things exist: the mind, and that which the mind perceives What others (philosophers) called ‘matter’ was, for him, identical to our idea. Objects exist insofar as they can be perceived.
#Marx had argued that the boom and bust of Capitalism would eventually self-destruct and would lead to socialism. In response, #keynesian economics maintains that a state should engineer greater public spending through investment. When trade is booming, a government should spend little, when the economy slumps, public spending should go up. #capitalism #keynes #economy #socialism #investment