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This essay argues that Popper’s work, seen from the vantage point of increasing historical distance, can be viewed as the first attempt to understand the grand narrative as the adjustment of metaphysics to the modern world. When viewed from such a distance enduring questions regarding holism, identity, essentialism, and truth can once again be thrown into relief, together with the pressing issues of the paradox of freedom and sovereignty.

In: Contemporary Perspectives in Critical and Social Philosophy
In: Philosophical and Cultural Theories of Music
In: East Central Europe
In: Logik und Realität
In: Anthropologie und Technik
In: Poetica
In: The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller
In: Wind and Whirlwind: Utopian and Dystopian Themes in Literature and Philosophy
In: Wind and Whirlwind: Utopian and Dystopian Themes in Literature and Philosophy
In: Wind and Whirlwind: Utopian and Dystopian Themes in Literature and Philosophy