Karl Popper on knowledge and natural laws

We must search for natural laws, for law-like regularities, if we want to obtain any knowledge at all. But this does not in any way require us to assume the existence of strictly universal laws; il is enough for us to know that knowledge consists in searching for strictly universal laws — as if they existed. (p. 85)

Popper, K. (2012). The two fundamental problems of the theory of knowledge. London: Routledge Classics. (Originally published 1978)


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